Cost To Live In An RV Full-time – March 2021
The cost to live in an RV for the month of March 2021 is skewed somewhat. My month-long stay in Saint David, Arizona at a full hookup RV park which ended on March 13th, and my stay at Ramblin’ Roads after my truck’s breakdown caused my RV park costs to soar. The price of fuel is really starting to climb as well.
I also replaced my Airstream’s charge converter. I paid for the part but installed it myself to keep costs down. You can read about that at; Does Your RV Need a Multi-Stage Charge Controller?
|Number of states visited||3|
|Miles driven while towing||933|
|Number of nights in a campground with full hookups||23|
|Total cost for full-service campgrounds||$435|
|Average cost per night in a campground||$19|
|Number of nights at Harvest Host locations (annual membership fee)||1|
|Number of nights boondocking or dry camping Non-Harvest Host locations||7|
|Average cost per night for the entire month||$14|
|Replacement of my Airstream Charge Converter (parts only)||$253|
|Towing and Repairs |
Covered under AAA and my Ford Warranty
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4 thoughts on “What Is The Cost To Live In An RV – March 2021 Expenses”
I agree with Glenda on the $14.00 per night. It sounds great, but not so good if it’s over your budget. Will you be able to cut expenses in another part of your budget? I love reading your monthly expenses report. Do you have a food budget as well? Have you ever boondocked for a while month? That may help you catch up with your budget.
I try not to spend more than $200 a month for sites. I only started boondocking last fall and so far I haven’t done a whole month. I’d lke to though.
Average of $14 per night is amazing. And most at full hookups. I think you did really good.
It sound good but that’s more than double my budget for the month for campgrounds. It couldn’t be helped though. It’s a new month!