Don’t mind me, I’m just posting today to shatter the notion that RVing is only a game for 2 or more players. A dear friend of mine is interested in taking his camper out but wondered what it must look like if he did it alone. I assured him that there is plenty of solo camping going on. For whatever reason that people are alone, there is no reason why they shouldn’t enjoy RVing. I have met those who have lost their spouse, divorced, haven’t settled down, don’t want to settle down and just out for a weekend away while their SO is off doing their own thing. (Even couples that thoroughly enjoy each other need a break too.)

Pretty much every social site on the internet has a section for RVing. Facebook pages, Google+ communities, Yahoo Groups, IRC… if it is out there RVers are there. Your mileage may vary with these groups and I have to say it — use common sense and stay safe when using ANY online forum.

Anyhow, I promised I would do some research for him and decided that if he had these questions, certainly others may as well. So here I am sharing, what can I say, I’m a giver. Membership is US$45 a year and you must be legally single. Loners on Wheels has been active since 1969. Membership is US$60 a year and you must be legally single; you do not have to own an RV but when you travel with the group you must be in a vehicle in which you can eat, sleep, cook, bathe and go to the toilet.

Not exclusive to SOLOS but good place for information and friendship: (FREE) open to all (original group open to all) and *geared toward younger RVers (US$40 a year and for now membership is to both clubs Good Sam Club (US$25 a year) Family Motor Coach Association (US$40 a year)

With the paid membership groups you get a lot of perks — discounts on fuel, shopping, campgrounds.

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If you are worried about little things like taking pictures alone at cool sites or what people will think when they see you having a blast by yourself I suggest you grab your selfie stick and these socks, and go enjoy this fabulous rock we call home.

Categories: RV Living


Lehnanne has shared with the internet her love of research, animals, and writing since 1996. She created and ran several independent online directories and communities. The desire to travel nurtured by every new duty station of her military family moves has stuck with her. When she is not busy being a cat servant and dog-mom, she enjoys exploring new places and dark chocolate.

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