Have you ever fantasized about living your retirement years on the road in a recreational vehicle? If that's the case, you're not the only one. An estimated one million Americans have decided to retire in an RV and spend at least part of the year traveling. It's not just baby boomer retirees who are doing this. Millennials, some of whom have children, are also embracing life on the road and living a minimalist lifestyle.
Full-time RVers can drive their homes from town to town, live near their grandchildren one month, just outside a bustling city the next, and winter in a warm beachside community. Many retirees and even those currently working, provided they have remote jobs, are attracted to the flexibility and adventure of life on the road. And the majority of full-time RVers adore it.
Living a retired life isn't all roses and butterflies. There are pros and cons to living in an RV!