Myers RV Center Albuquerque Blog

  • Published on Apr 25, 2018
    Who’s RVing these days?

    RV Sales are steadily climbing. Tiny Tots (9)More people are realizing for such a small investment you can create your own adventure with the comforts of home. With advancing technology and design the possibilities are endless on what you can do. We’ve broken down some of the most common groups of RVers.

    Weekend Warriors

    They live for long weekends. Often going to events, races, excursions.  So much to see and conquer. You can hit a lot of bucket list locations on the weekends.

    Many weekend warriors have kids in sports or hobbies that need to travel to compete. Rather than staying in a hotel, they save money by staying in the RV.


    Groups and people who come together for a sport or hobby are loving the RV Life! You’d be surprised at the variety of options of RV Groups that meet up for weekends!

    Full Timers

    Retirees are more active than ever. They’re seeking new and fun experiences first hand traveling the country. Baby Boomers are booming into the World of RVing. Another big group of full timers are younger couples/families. They realize that there is too much to see and too little time. The wanderlust has taken control and they’re on the ultimate adventure on the open road.

    Most  of the younger nomads work from their RV with wireless internet and a laptop.

    It feels a little creepy that Bailey sits all day watching me work, waiting and waiting until I eat something

    VacationersFox Lake (151)

    RVing gives you more options but is also less expensive than traditional vacations. With over 16,000 campgrounds in the country, you can choose the type of camping you’d like. There are a lot of part time RVers who just head out for extended weekends on the major holidays. Others take a long vacations across the country with their family.

    Seasonal Snowbirds or Temp Workers

    A large amount of retirees and people who are able to work remotely are heading north for the summer and South for the winter. If you’ve ever been in the north during the chill of winter you can understand why this is so popular. Changing locations with the seasons offers the maximum outdoor enjoyment opportunity.

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    There’s another group of RVers who are temp workers like this guy fishing at the RV Resort who worked for the oil company and RVs to the job site until it moves again in a year and a half or so. His wife works remotely from the RV and he works during the week.


    Have you been Yamping (yard camping)Yampers

    What better way to bring your family to a friend’s house than in an RV! You can visit when it’s convenient, when it’s not you can go home 12 ft away. Many people are purchasing RVs to make it more convenient to visit friends and family. “Hey I’ll bring my house to yours next week and you bring yours to mine next time!”

    Adventure Seekers

    Adventure seeking RVers realize that there are incredible wonders at our fingertips. That there’s new experiences to be had. Things like the Blue Hole in Santa Rosa, NM are a perfect example of an RV Adventure. It’s a 80 ft water hole in the desert where you can swim, dive and even cliff jump.


    Pet Owners

    Many retirees find that when they look at traveling they are very limited on places to stay in hotels if they have pets. RVing is better and more enjoyable bringing your companions with. People are responding to this by joining the RV Life.




    RVers love hiking in and around the campground as well as in scenic locations like state and National Parks.

    Do you fit into one of these groups?

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