Campground fees are one of the biggest expense for RVers. RV parks often charge upwards of $50 per night.
Here are 3 ways to find cheap RV camping
Boondocking or camping for free, typically on public land is the most affordable way to RV.
RV clubs, such as Thousand Trails and Harvest Hosts, allow you to pay an annual fee for unlimited RV camping.
Several states in the Midwest have city and county parks with free RV campsites (with hookups).
RV and tow vehicle payments are another huge cost for full-time RVers.
Here are 2 ways to have an affordable payment.
RVs depreciate as soon as they leave the lot. Buy a used RV, but invest in an inspection.
Small travel trailers are the most affordable RVs on the market and can be towed without a big truck.
Finally, fuel is another huge expense for RVers who travel.
Here are 2 ways to save money on RV fuel.
Slow and steady equals better efficiency. Use cruise control to keep your speed slow and constant.
An extra 100 pounds in your vehicle could reduce your MPG by about 1%. Remove excess weight.