Now that we're starting to see the light at the end of this pandemic tunnel, experienced RVers are hoping to see a return to the pre-pandemic RV Lifestyle. They're hoping for lower prices on RVs, more inventory, and campgrounds that aren't overcrowded and booked several months in advance.
As experienced RVers, Jennifer and I know how you feel. As much as we love sharing the RV Lifestyle with everyone, the whole infrastructure has been overwhelmed.
But the truth is, RV prices, campground availability, and so on have been a growing concern for several years. The pandemic just put a speed booster on the problems as a surge of new RVers joined the community.
Does that mean that as the pandemic calms down, so will the RV world? Well… yes and no. And how quickly things will "calm down" is even more uncertain. That's especially true since this pandemic seems to keep throwing us curveballs with variants and so on.
have researched, interviewed, and kept my ears open to any news that could help predict how the 2022 RV camping season will be. Hopefully, I will be able to offer you some insight on the big questions that are circulating in the RV community:
Will Camper Prices Go Down in 2022?
Will Campgrounds Be Less Crowded in 2022?
Are Electric Trucks and Conversions Going to Cause Campground Blackouts in 2022?