RV in Arkansas
The rest of the country may not have caught onto it yet, but Arkansas is one of the best states in the country for natural adventures. While a big piece of that pie is sure to revolve around hiking, biking, fishing, floating and hunting, there’s another slice that shouldn’t go forgotten: RVing. (That’s “recreational vehicle” for the uninitiated.)
There are a myriad of reasons to get an RV. Too many to count, as a matter of fact. Fortunately for all of us, Modern Wellness Guide sums it up pretty succinctly in its “Top 5 Reasons to Buy An RV” listing.
1. It’s your home away from home.
2. Shake up your routine.
3. Make friends wherever you go.
4. See more of the world.
5. Save yourself money.
Here’s another, free of charge: It’s your home on wheels. And when you’re retired — and the kids are away and the office has stopped calling — home can be wherever you want it to be. Travel plans don’t have to be meticulously planned with confirmation numbers and round-trip drive times. You just … go. And stay where you want to stay, leave when you want to leave.
With 52 State Parks from which to choose in the Natural State, there’s plenty of places to start, and just as many to end.
There’s a reason why Arkansas rates in the top ten of most “Best States to Retire” lists. Because it is. We don’t know about you, but when we retire, we’re hitting all four corners of Arkansas by RV at least once.