Life on the road can be full of surprises and new experiences, but sometimes it feels comforting to have a taste of home by celebrating certain holidays. Halloween, for instance, is a great one to celebrate in your RV. There are many ways to get in the Halloween spirit, and being frightened from an unexpected RV failure is not one of them, so make sure to stay covered with an extended RV warranty!
Here are a few ways to get in the Halloween spirit in your RV:
Whip Up Some Festive Foods
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Nothing gets a camper quite in the fall spirit like adding some autumn flavors to the menu. Get creative with your campfire or in the kitchen and try some new, festive recipes. Click here for a list of delicious fall recipes. One we recommend to try is campfire baked apples. The mouth-watering desert is both healthy and of the season; apples are filled with dried fruit, nuts, and cinnamon and then baked on the campfire or in your motorhome oven.
Decorate, Decorate, Decorate!
Whether you’re a current nomad or tied to a campsite, there are more than enough opportunities to decorate. Spruce up the inside of your home on wheels with a fall wreath, small uncarved pumpkins, or store-bought décor. If you’re staying at campgrounds, you have much room to work with, so get creative! Make a ghost out of a sheet and a ball, cover your RV in orange lights, and use lots of spider web.
Carve an RV Pumpkin
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The staple Halloween activity of carving a pumpkin will never go out of style. Make an outing to a local patch or nearest seller to pick out your perfect pumpkin. You can even go with a twist on the classic Jack-O-Lantern and make an RV inspired carving instead!
Party Like Ghouls
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A large part of the RVing experience is making like-minded friends who love to RV! Gather up your campground colleagues and get in the Halloween spirit together. Fix up a few fall-inspired dishes, play some festive tunes, and maybe even bob for some apples.
Often, RVers can feel far from home when traveling, but tapping in to certain traditions will make the loneliest feel right at home. Whichever way you decide to get into spirit, remember that candy is always a part of the occasion! Happy Halloween!