RV Destinations for the Holidays


When you’re living the RV lifestyle, your RV is your home. That means wherever the road takes you, you’ll always be home for the holidays. Bring some holiday cheer into your RV lifestyle this December by visiting some of these awesome holiday destinations across the U.S.

Ogden’s Christmas Village — Utah

Cruise over to Northern Utah to see one of the country’s top railway hubs turned into a Christmas Village. The downtown area of Ogden comes alive with it’s very own North Pole Village, complete with 59 miniature cottages. The cottages each have their own theme, and children are welcome to visit Santa in his Christmas cottage. Even better, rides on the Polar Express Train are free to help your kids make the most out of the Christmas season.

Ozark Mountain Christmas — Missouri

Missouri isn’t always a hot RV destination, but it is during the holiday season. Head over to Branson, Mo., to see the historic downtown district turned into a winter wonderland with trees decorated with more Christmas lights than the town can count. Performances, parades and other events happen throughout the town leading up to the big day.

Charlottesville’s Historic Downtown Mall — Virginia

Historic downtown Charlottesville is an exciting place to visit in all times of year. However, Christmas is even more special in this historic town that was once home to a number of our country’s founding fathers. Head down to the Historic Downtown Mall to shop the boutiques and unique gifts shops for this year’s best presents, while admiring the festive holiday storefronts.

Each year, the mall is transformed into a holiday shopping market, which means you get even more chances to buy unique, handmade gifts. You won’t want to miss the selection of more than 90 vendors lining the mall and filling it with Christmas spirit.

Shop at Leisure Time RV

Leisure Time RV is your one-stop RV shop. Whether you’re looking for a new RV or simply some stocking stuffers from our parts store, we’re here to help you find exactly what you need.

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