Top New Year’s Resolutions

Making a New Year’s resolution doesn’t have to be the typical resolutions such as losing weight and saving money; you might make a New Year’s resolution to spend more time with family or to get away from work more often.

You can easily make that happen by buying an RV from Leisure Time RV if you don’t already have one – and if you do have an RV, by promising to use your RV more often. Taking time from work doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to take 15 vacations per year – you can take a long weekend here and there if you have personal time available.

Pick Out an RV

Make a resolution to pick out the perfect RV for your family. Whether you want a travel trailer, fifth wheel, Class C, Class A or toy hauler, you can find the floor plan that fits a family of two or a family of 10. If one of the reasons you don’t have an RV is because of affordability, watch for sales, buy a pre-owned RV or save throughout the year for a larger down payment on an RV. We have many affordable new and pre-owned units on our lot if you want an RV now.

Take Some Family Time

Make a resolution to spend more time with your family. Even if you take a personal day on a Friday once or twice a year in addition to your vacation, you’ll have kept your resolution. If you leave on a Thursday night, you can travel to an RV park close by or be halfway to something a bit farther out; giving you all or most of the day Friday, plus Saturday and even part of Sunday to go fishing, hiking, hunting, boating and other family activities.

You may even just want to sit around the site and take in the peacefulness of the area for a short weekend – no matter what you choose; you are away from work, so leave the electronics at home!

Stop by Leisure Time RV

Stop by Leisure Time RV today to take advantage of our year-end sales and pick up the RV that best suits your family and your lifestyle. Be sure to ask your salesperson about any finance deals or purchase deals that we may be running on new and pre-owned RV models.

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