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  • Long-Term vs. Short-Term RV Park Differences

    Traveling full time may mean you’re staying long-term at many parks & resorts. For this reason, you’ll want specific amenities that will meet your needs.

    Long-term parks offer many amenities other resorts don’t.

    Full-time RVers or those relocating temporarily for work require more amenities. Having access to grocery items, laundry services, exercise facilities, extended site space and more privacy are important. Let’s take a look at each of these and why they matter.

    Access to groceries on a regular basis is a must when you’re traveling long-term.

    Full-time RVers tend to cook meals frequently rather than eating out. Not only does eating out cost more, it’s definitely not as healthy. Finding a variety in restaurant choices also poses challenges. For these reasons, cooking meals is more appealing. Having access to fresh groceries is a paramount factor for RVers staying in one place for long periods of time.

    Laundry services is also a vital amenity when choosing a long-term RV site.

    With limited storage space for clothing, RVers need access to washers and dryers. Some professionals may prefer a wash and fold service, or even dry-cleaning. Some executive RV parks offer pick-up and delivery laundry services, or even have this service on-site. One park that boasts a lovely laundry facility with room to work and relax is Stonebridge RV Park in Sweeny, Texas.

    Exercising while traveling is key to living healthy.

    Many RV parks and resorts have state of art exercise facilities. RVers who travel for work especially look for this amenity. Being able to get a workout in even when the weather is terrible outside is crucial to maintaining a life-balance. Easy RV, one of our partners in the travel industry, highlights Steve Kamb, who founded Nerd Fitness, in this awesome blog.

    Last, but certainly not the least important to long-term RVers, is adequate privacy.

    Travelers who need to stay in a particular area for longer lengths of time, look for a little more space. Understandably, if you’re staying in one spot for awhile, you’ll want more privacy than the average RV park offers. Some parks have special spots they reserve for long-term guests or shift-workers. If you’re planning to stay in one location be sure to let the manager know when making your reservation, so they can assign you the most advantageous site.


  • Exercise Routines That Work While RVing

    Sticking to a good exercise program while traveling in an RV is very attainable. The challenge for many travelers is making a regular workout a priority when many times your location can change on a daily basis. One of the many things people like about traveling, is getting outside, and not staying cooped up indoors. At Stonebridge RV Park in Sweeny, Texas, guests have plenty of room for exercise. Travelers tend to apply the same thought to exercising while on the road. Who wants to be inside a gym when there is so much outdoor space to explore?

    When it comes to working out, there are as many fitness experts handing out advice as there are DVDs, magazines and other resources offering up exercise routines and so much more. A favorite standout in the niche of working out while traveling is Steve Kamb who founded Nerd Fitness. Steve’s exercise routines are made for everyone, no matter if you are a beginner or life-time exerciser. One of the most amazing motivational pieces we’ve come across about working out while on the road, is Steve’s Basic Workout You Can Do Anywhere  that we found while reading through Nomadic Matt’s traveling blog about staying in shape.

    Kamb focuses on basic strength training that works out your muscles, joints & tendons each time. Take a few minutes and watch the video he provides in his travel work-out plan. This workout targets every muscle with just a few moves that help you get stronger and stay healthy. Find a park or a playground where you have enough space on the ground to do your squats, push-ups and something to hand from for your pull-ups (don’t worry if you can’t do pull-ups, he gives you the option to throw in anything you can use to do rows instead).

    Here is Matt’s exercise starter kit:

    • 3 sets of 10 body weight squats
    • 3 sets of 10 push-ups
    • 3 sets of 10 lunges
    • 3 sets of 10 crunches
    • 3 sets of 10 backpack lifts

    That’s it. Do this routine 2-4 times weekly and you are bound to feel a difference in your energy level. While you’re traveling, you’re probably already doing some hiking, walking tours, biking or other fitness activities that make staying healthy much more fun…keep it up!

    The great thing about Steve’s basic exercise routine, is you can truly do it wherever you are…even inside a trailer or motorhome if it’s raining! Check-out the floor plan of this beauty that’s for rent through Easy RV and visualize yourself getting your workout on!