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RV Family Travel Atlas: Pros and cons of cabin rentals

WASHINGTON — Even though we are officailly RV nuts, we’ve experienced our fair share of campground cabin rentals over the last eight years.

The truth of the matter? It’s not always practical or economical to travel with our RV. We’ve gotten more comfortable deciding on a cabin rental for a variety of reasons. In fact, cabins have become a fairly regular part of our camping experience lately, and we wanted to share some of our thoughts after staying in dozens of campground cabins around the country.

So if you’re wondering if you should try out that cabin weekend getaway, or if you’ve ever been shocked at the price of a campground cabin rental, this podcast episode is for you!

Read the full story from RV Family Travel Atlas.

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About Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.

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  1. I completely concur that RV travel is not always the most cost efficient way to explore. I do not own an RV but I do rent an RV often from a great place in Houston called Sun Cruisin’ RV. For folks like me that like the option to rent a cabin or an RV, I often choose to rent an RV more so for the convenience. I think, though, if you will be staying in 1 place for a week + that a cabin would be a great idea. If you have readers in the Houston area, check out