When you’re on the road for the holidays, it’s always nice to decorate the RV. This Halloween, be sure your spot is the best-decorated spot in the area – even if you are off the road on private property and do not have kids, you can decorate for yourself.
Before you head off into the wild blue yonder, stop by Specialty RV Sales to have your RV serviced for the fall months. If you are thinking of all the fun you could have if you had an RV, stop by and walk through several of our floor plans to find the perfect RV for hunting, fishing, camping with the family – and yes, even decorating for the holidays.
Hang Halloween colored lights around the awning and the edge of the roof of the RV. Be sure you hang some lights inside, too. If you want the complete Halloween ambience, you can’t forget the inside. Add some tea candles to freshly-carved pumpkins for a spooky look – just be sure to carve the best pumpkin in your park!
Add Styrofoam headstones, blow-up witches and black cats, and even fashion a ghost out of an old sheet and hang it from a nearby tree. When people walk past your site, they’ll know that you know how to celebrate Halloween in a proper manner.
Don’t forget to get some candy to hand out – just in case some of the kids at the park decide to go trick or treating. Since there are probably not too many, find some of the smaller plastic pumpkins and fill them with different kinds of candy and treats. Be sure that anything edible is wrapped properly so it doesn’t get thrown away.
More Interior Decorations
Add window clings to the windows and orange and black garland to the inside of the RV. You can also add pictures of yourself dressed up for the holiday. If anyone were to visit and step inside, you can’t have that looking bare while the outside is decorated to the hilt.
All of these decorations are small enough to fit into a large tub in the basement storage – so fill that tub up before you head out. Make sure you have a list so you don’t forget anything, especially the candy and treats.
Stop by Specialty RV Sales to pick up storage options and other accessories, or to get your RV serviced if you haven’t had it serviced for the fall and winter camping season yet.