Yes, we just rang in the new year, but the stores are already red and pink. Valentine’s Day is right around the corner – so why not surprise your honey with a fun and romantic weekend getaway? Here are some RV tips for Valentine’s day and how to plan the ultimate weekend adventure!
Location, Location, Location
When it comes to a fun and romantic getaway, make sure to pick a prime location. After all, you’ll probably have no more than 72 hours there, so make it count! One great camping destination in Colorado is Aspen. The outdoors are gorgeous year round, and make for phenomenal landscapes in your photo backdrops. (Planning on popping the question over Valentine’s Day? You’ll find plenty of perfect settings in Aspen!)
Time to Chill
There’s nothing better than enjoying a long, full day of snowboarding, skiing, or other winter recreation and coming back to your new or used RV, kicking on the fireplace, and enjoying a nice, romantic evening. Maybe you’ve already dined out for dinner, but nothing beats a simple evening charcuterie board and your favorite wine. You can even find a portable mini wine fridge that’s perfect for your RV’s kitchen, like this one.
Make Reservations Early
Valentine’s Day is 5 weeks away, but reservations book up fast – from restaurants to campgrounds to outdoor recreation trips and gear rentals. Don’t wait until the last minute to make plans – even if you want it to feel spontaneous. If you’re wanting to surprise your sweetheart, start making reservations now and pick things you know both of you will enjoy. Getting the planning and reservations out of the way will free you up to relax and enjoy the weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day without the stress of scrambling to find something to do the night of.
Get Your RV Serviced
A Valentine’s Day weekend getaway may be the first camping trip of the season for you, so you should make sure your RV is road-ready. And we can help! You’ll want to make sure your RV has had routine maintenance, so contact us today to schedule some essential RV service before you go. Happy trails!