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The Best Groups And Organizations For Women RVers


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RV Groups And Organizations For Women

According to census data published by Escapees Club, 40% of all RV owners are women. Many of these women are between 35 and 60 years old. Middle-aged women have a significant influence on the RV industry. Also according to the RVIA, the percentage of solo RVers who are women has seen a significant increase since 2020.

The percentage of solo RVers includes many women, both single and in a relationship, who just want to enjoy the outdoors in their RVs on their own. Enjoying the RV lifestyle as a solo RVer allows us the freedom to venture wherever we want. Sometimes it’s fun to exchange ideas or meet up with other like-minded RVing women. That’s where groups and organizations for women RVers can be helpful.

Fortunately, there is a growing number of groups and organizations for women who RV. Some of them are easy-to-find groups on social media sites like Facebook. Others are stand-alone organizations that have been around for decades. There are still more groups that, while not exclusively for women RVers, include solo women in their membership. In this article, we’ll look into the groups and organizations available for women RVers.

Organizations for women who RV

There are three organizations that offer exclusive membership to women. All of these groups offer online discussion groups, rallies, and educational events for members. Some events allow women to bring their husband, but many are exclusively put on by women for women.

RVing Women

RVing Women was started in 1991 by two RVing women, Zoe Swanagon and Lovern King, with the goal of creating a safe and welcoming group for women to enjoy and learn about RVing together. As more women across the USA became interested in the RV lifestyle, the group grew. RVing Women now has 17 regional chapters across the USA. Women can check this link to find a regional chapter nearby.

RVing Women offers chapter rallies, seminars, national rallies, an annual convention, as well as tours and caravans. The annual convention attracts more than 1,000 RVing women, who come for camaraderie, educational events, live entertainment, and more.

Aside from their website, RVW has a Facebook page, Twitter page, and Youtube channel that you can check out.

Sisters On The Fly

Sisters On The Fly was started by Rebecca Clarke and Maurrie Sussman in 1999 as an inclusive group of women who want to try new things, learn, and most of all, have fun together. The groups motto is, “We have more fun than anyone!”. The group is perhaps best known for its love of restored retro campers and supportive social structure.

Over the years, more than 20,000 women have joined Sisters On The Fly. Group activities are diverse and members are encouraged to have fun trying something new. Here is a sampling of SOTF activities:

  • Camping
  • Horseback riding
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Wine tasting
  • Geocaching
  • Community service projects
  • Sightseeing
  • Hiking
  • Girls’ Night Out
  • Horseback riding
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Wine tasting
  • Geocaching
  • Community service projects
  • Meet-Greet-&-Eat gatherings
  • Antiquing and junkin’
  • Dancing
  • Cooking

To find out more about Sisters On The Fly, you can visit their website, Facebook page, Twitter page, or check out videos on their Youtube channel.

Girl Camper

Girl Camper is a new organization that welcomes women campers of all types including (but not limited to) RVers, tent campers, and car campers. This group sponsors camping get-togethers and online educational events to help women learn about everything to do with camping and the outdoor lifestyle. The organization already has many regional chapters. You can find one close to you by clicking here. Girl Camper has a Facebook page and a Youtube channel where you can learn more about their group.

Facebook groups for women RVers

There are also a whopping 22+ Facebook groups dedicated to women RVers. Facebook groups are a handy way to connect with other women and exchange ideas about different aspects of the female RV experience. There are Facebook groups for single women, women who RV on a budget, and virtually everything else you can think of. Here is a small sampling of Facebook RV groups for women:

Connect on RV forums

Online groups are a great place to connect with other RVers. iRV2 forums allow folks to chat with other RVers online, and get other perspectives on everything RVing, including products, destinations, RV mods, and more.

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Lynne Fedorick

Lynne lives, travels and works full time in the R-Pod 180 with 3 pointers and 1 small but vital corgi mix named Alice. Lynne began full time RVing as an experiment in 2019, but she quickly fell in love with the convenience, freedom and minimalist lifestyle offered by full time RV living. Lynne is a professional dog trainer, offering mobile and online dog training services through her website at www.mydoggeek.com. You can read about her travel adventures on her blog at: https://rpodadventure.wordpress.com/

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