Find out what it’s really like to live in an RV and travel around America during retirement.
The roaming RV lifestyle represents all that is free. It’s not just savvy millennials who are taking up this nomadic lifestyle. Instead, it’s mostly retirees. According to Kevin Bloom of the RVIA, somewhere between 750,000 to one million Americans in retirement have taken up full-time living in an RV.
While the reasons why may vary widely, the common denominator for RV-dwelling retirees is mostly the same. A life on the open road cuts the cost of maintaining a brick-and-mortar home, all the while offering a sense of liberty and exploration that can’t be achieved any other way. But like anything, there are both pros and cons to everyday life on the open road. Here’s what it’s really like to live in an RV during retirement.