When you’re hiking alone, playing it safe is usually the right strategy. Make sure someone knows where you are at all times and that you’re prepared in case something goes wrong. That way, you can relax on your hike and enjoy all the wonders of the parks instead of worrying about all the things you aren’t prepared for!
Traveling Solo is Fun
Traveling to national parks can be intimidating. Especially when you’re doing so while living in an RV full-time, and especially when you’re doing so as a solo traveler. But as is often the case, it’s the intimidating adventures that are the most rewarding. With our solo traveler page, we highlight all the unique aspects, challenges tips, and tricks that come with solo travels.
Do you have a solo road trip coming up and want to explore national parks along the way? Or is there a national park in your backyard, but your friends aren’t exactly the outdoorsy types? Well, good news! Visiting the parks on your own is not only totally doable, but it can be a rewarding and inspiring experience, and might even create some unexpected friendships.