Long Term Lodging Guidelines for Families With Kids

long term lodging can be a bore without lots of amenities

You’re packed up and about to hit the road in your RV to travel to a park where you’ll be staying for a few months because of a job opportunity. Everyone is excited about the adventure and spending quality time together. One of the important factors in searching for a park that offers long term lodging is to find a place that has lots of amenities so the transition for your kids will be a smooth one.

When you move into long term RV lodging, your needs will be a little different than looking for a place for one or two nights. Your kids will need more activities, you’ll want as many amenities as possible. Most important, you’ll want to feel connected with neighbors and have a sense of security.

The information following will cover some of the basics, and it may make you think of additional factors to add to the list.

Check out the RV park’s website and online reviews.

A well-functioning website, good photos, lots of information about the facilities and amenities should be available. Additionally, look on Google, Yelp, and RV Park Reviews to check out any reviews that may be posted.

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Are all the basics available?

Do they offer level, concrete sites with full hook-ups (water, electricity & sewer)? Ask about other necessities such as an on-site laundromat, free WiFi and free cable. Just as important, are all the amenities offered. Is there a swimming pool? Hot tub? Game Room? Hiking? Fishing? Scheduled activities? Are they pet friendly? Is there a playground? Room to ride bikes and play outdoor games? Are the sites roomy and well-maintained?

Tour the park in advance.

If possible, make a trip to the park in advance and tour of the grounds and facilities with your children. Is the staff courteous and responsive? Are the grounds and amenities well maintained? Do your children get a good feeling and seem excited? Are their other children staying at the park? Does the park have Rules and Regulations and are they enforced?

Stay organized and pack responsibly.

Since an RV is a smaller space than a conventional home, you will want to stay organized and take along only what you absolutely need and want. To avoid clutter in your RV, it is a terrific idea to make sure that all of your belongings, toys, and games have a special place where they can be put away. You will also want to keep the space outside of your RV clean and tidy so your site gives off a good vibe.

Enjoy Quality Time.

Staying in an RV park long term will provide you with ample opportunities to spend quality time together as a family. When you make the move in the park, you’ll want to plan lots of outdoor activities, day trips or other family activities to make the most of your time. Ensure your family enjoys meals together each day. This conscious effort made to stay connected and address any issues will bring you closer together.

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