The nice thing about having a bad memory,
you enjoy reruns. (Unknown)
Like many of you, we’ll be RV venturing our way north shortly. And before crossing that Mason Dixon line, we’ll be making a stop near one of our favorite cities — Savannah, GA.
For various reasons, we’re going to do a “do-over” RV park-wise. Meaning, we’re going to stay at a campground that we’ve been to before. I have mixed feelings about it, and was wondering what you think and what your personal philosophy is.
First and foremost, we like to stay at different parks and campgrounds because then we can provide more information on this site for you, our fellow venturers.
But on the other hand, I feel as Bill and I have yet another year of RV experience under our belts, it’s good to go back to the same parks every now and then because we now are more savvy about the perks and pitfalls parks offer. Our perspective is broader and wiser, and therefore more helpful.
I don’t know why I’m even debating this. – I mean, the reservation is made, and that’s that. But I guess the reason I wanted to bring this up is to see what you like to do in your travels. Do you like to check out new parks all the time, or are you loyal to certain ones, or a mixture of both? Please share your thoughts below!