The world continues to adjust how it vacations. While many avoid air travel, cruises and public transportation, Americans have turned to summer road trips featuring RVs. In fact, RVs have become so popular that rentals have skyrocketed, with rental company RVshare revealing bookings have increased by more than 1600% since April.
Allowing for greater control over when people come and go, it’s no wonder RVs have become so popular. But where are they going? Many who’ve developed cabin fever are still looking for secluded destinations that provide social distancing, such as national parks, but get them out of the house.