Summer sadly doesn’t last forever, but the memories made on the road with family certainly do! We’ve captured our top 10 favorite summer #RVmemories below and want to hear yours! Send us your favorite #RVmemory by tweeting @GoRVing or enter here for a chance to win a $50 Visa gift card.

#10 – Watching fireworks GoRving-6122

Nothing says summer like the boom of fireworks.

#9 – Having a beach adventure GoRving-6047 GoRving-5965 copy GoRving-5024

Is there anything better than warm sand between your toes?

#8 – Grillin’ with the family GoRving-2-3_Cropped GoRving-4960 Dads always cooks the best meals when he’s behind the grill.

#7 – Scenic views and sunsets GoRving-256 GoRving-32 GoRving-5797

The thrill of exploring a new place with the comforts of home not too far away.

#6 – Family Time GoRving-5105 GoRving-7095 GoRving-6806

The best summer ever couldn’t have been possible without mom, dad, brother, sister, and everyone else in the RV.

#5 – Fun Outdoors GoRving-4858 GoRving-5080

It’s easy to get lost in special moments – and that’s what summer is for!

#4– Exploring new places GoRving-6612

Turning off the GPS and finding that secret spot while traveling on the back roads? Priceless.

#3 –Campground R&R GoRving-5981 GoRving-5188

Who knew vacations could be so exhausting? Thankfully, the RV always provides a great place for a little R&R.

#2 – Games GoRving-6682 Whether it’s a quick game of “Go Fish” or a never-ending game of Monopoly, the best summer ever is full of games with the family.

#1 – Finding your AWAY with an RV of course! GoRving-6512

Was summer 2014 your best summer ever? Tell us your favorite memories. Find us @GoRVing or comment below.


The first week of our journey from Key West to Alaska has gone wonderfully well. Of course, how could a week in the Florida Keys not be wonderful? Especially when your RV is parked right on the Gulf of Mexico.

The Keys are a chain of islands off the tip of the coast of Florida. There are 1,700 islands total with only 43 being accessible by car. These 43 islands are connected by a 127 mile long highway, the Overseas Highway. It’s a fairly easy drive in an RV, and we didn’t have any problems with our 40’ fifth wheel. Although take note, if you are driving or pulling a larger rig, parking lots big enough to stop in are somewhat scarce, so you may want to plan accordingly.

The drive through the Keys is one of our favorites in the country. Crossing each bridge, you take in a stunning display of color where deep brilliant turquoise gives way to the light aquamarine of shallower waters, and then the soft tans of sandbars. The islands are filled with charm and whimsy. Small colorful beach shacks sit alongside large modern beach homes in visual harmony. You’ll find everything from small local health food stores to touristy shell shops.

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