Here’s how you can have fun on the open road without breaking your budget. From walking tours to local museums, these tips will help you save on activity expenses during your RV travels.
Free admission attractions. Try to find a city-, county-, or federally-run museum or visitor center since these locations are often fee-free.
Utilize local parks and public spaces. Plan a hike or picnic at a city park or open space that’s free to visit.
Research. You should always search for “Free things to do in” the area you’re visiting. From zoos to museums, there are a ton of cities across the U.S. that offer free attractions and activities.
Check for tours. Look for businesses, factories, and even food establishments that offer free tours to guests and customers. Not only is this an inexpensive activity, it’s also an educational way to learn about a new place.
Walk it out. Take a walking tour to learn more about the area you’re visiting. These tours are often free—but you should always remember to tip your tour guide.