Getting around your campground or RV park might be a task. Taking leisurely strolls is always an option, but if you don’t want to walk, there are other fun ways of transportation. These transportation’s can be motorized or require your own physical power.
These means of transportation can be useful to visit other campers in the park nearby or just a basic activity that you and your family members might enjoy.
- Non-Motorized Transportation:
Roller Skates & Blades
Strollers & Wagons for kids.
- Motorized Transportation:
Electric Cars for Kids
Electric Scooters range from all shapes & sizes! The advantage to most of these scooters is that you never need to pull into a gas station. Some of these scooters have a distance range of 65 miles but this all depends on the battery type you choose when purchasing your battery. The most important thing to keep in mind when traveling with your scooter is to review the laws regulating electric vehicles in the varying states. These regulations will also vary for public roads & are important to know concerning your electric vehicle.
Electric Bicycles can be a large investment but that isn’t something that needs to be a problem because there are conversion kits to convert the bike that you have now to electric. The advantages to these bikes are that your able to let the bike do most of the work but it is possible to extend your distance by doing some pedaling yourself.
Whichever mode of transportation you chose it is important to keep in mind that it is better to choose more “green” options so that you are in consideration to the comfort of others as they are on their getaway as well. No one wants to hear loud gas powered machines going back and forth around the campground. If the electric options are chosen then your fellow RVers will be impressed rather than irritated.
** This information came from “The Fun Times Guide” on their article called “Fun & Practical Ways To Get Around RV Parks And Campgrounds”.