From the bloggers at Go RVing.
As wonderful as RVing on the beach is, it doesn’t come without its hurdles. If you’ve ever tried to get comfortable on sheets covered with sand you know what I’m talking about. Still, whenever possible, I try to book an RV site directly on the sand. To me, there’s nothing more relaxing than a beach holiday.
Over the years, I’ve accumulated some tricks to ensure our beach vacation keeps us, and our RV, in good shape. Here are ten you can use the next time you RV on the beach.
1) Before you book, make sure your beach site has the amenities you need. For example, septic is often not available on the beach and you may need to pump out which comes at an extra cost. Occasionally the cost of the perfect view is reduced services. Just make sure you can live with it before you commit.
2) Salt air can be hard on an RV so it’s best to prepare your RV ahead of your arrival. Wash it well and apply a protective wax coat. This will not only help protect against salt air but also harmful UV rays. Just like you undercoat your RV to protect against salt on winter roads, it’s a wise idea to do the same for salt air.
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