Camping near the ocean has its obvious perks. You’re close to the surf. You can take those long strolls on the sand with that special someone that you’ve always imagined. The views are usually spectacular, regardless of whether you’re enjoying the sunrise or sunset over the ocean. And if you’re a surfer, angler, swimmer or kayaker, you’re just steps away from fun in the water.
But coastal camping also has its drawbacks. Even during the summer, salt spray from the ocean and the frequent presence of a marine fog layer can often make coastal camping a lot wetter and colder than you may have anticipated. So let’s go over some helpful pro tips for staying warm and dry when camping on the coast.
There are a few things to take into consideration if you choose to RV with your #dogs . You want to make sure your furry friends are comfortable, well cared for and safe because as any dog-lover will tell you, dogs are a part of the family!
Making sure your #dog has his own space in the RV will make his transition to this mobile lifestyle more pleasant and less stressful for you both.
You bought an #RV to hit the open road, but making sure your dog is safe while you’re driving is just as important as getting to that next destination. We recommend keeping your dog in a crate or bed while driving.
Before you hit the road, make sure your dog is up-to-date on all vaccinations, has his microchip implanted and tags secure, and has had a recent wellness exam from his vet. 🚙🐶 #RVing#RVlife#travelwithdogs#travel@the_ramblr_rv/