Being away from home in an RV during the fall allows travelers to enjoy the best of the autumn season. From colorful foliage and cooler temperatures to farm stands packed with apples and pumpkins, travelling during the fall has a lot of advantages. However, some RVers may feel as if they are missing out on a "real" Halloween.
That's not the case, according to many RV lifestyle experts.
According to TheFunTimesGuide.com, many RV resorts, RV parks and campgrounds go out of their way to make Halloween an event to remember. After all, RVing is compatible with a family-oriented lifestyle and Halloween is definitely something that families celebrate together.
Examples of campground-sponsored Halloween activities include costume parties and contests, trick-or-treating, pumpkin carving contests and hayrides.
Your-RV-Lifestyle.com suggests RVers decorate their vehicles and campsites for the holiday with pumpkins, strings of lights and other seasonal decorations.
Checking out local events will also help you get into the Halloween spirit. These may include haunted houses, costume parades and corn mazes. Individuals may find listings for these events in local papers, community websites and by asking around town.
Other ways to celebrate this spooky holiday include throwing your own Halloween party or hunkering down indoors to watch your favorite scary movies.