What to Know When Planning an RV Trip for the Remainder of 2021
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact travel and impose new restrictions, it’s important to follow local ordinances at your destination, and to have patience. National park operations vary throughout the U.S., with some parks requiring advance reservations.
Campground reservations have been consistently hard to come by this camping season, but quality campsites can still be found if you’re flexible with your dates and willing to travel a bit farther to your destination. If you’re set on a specific national park campground or another campground that fills up quickly, make note of the reservation window now and book as soon as you can for your ideal dates next year.
For more tips on booking campsites, enroll in Togo RV’s free course (available when you download the Togo RV app) where you’ll learn how to land a reservation at coveted campgrounds, find out about lesser-known campgrounds, and more.
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