Merry RV Christmas everyone!

This week I’ve teamed up with 14 other bloggers to bring some Christmas cheer to the RV blogosphere. It’s my gift to you.

I know. I’m as kind and generous as Ole St. Nick himself.

Christmas at the Campground

Have you ever been to a campground that celebrated Christmas together?

Last year, my family was fortunate to stay at Deer Run RV Park in Troy, AL. They have a small group of snowbirds that have been coming to the park for years. They gather together for the holiday and we were honored to be invited. It was a great evening.

I am hoping I will be able to spend the day there again this year.

christmas dinner at the rv park
Now, people in red please sit to the right.

 

 

food set up at the rv park
Yummy meats and casseroles

 

breads and desserts at the rv park
Yummy breads and desserts

There are a few reasons I do not decorate for the holidays.

  1. My mom stopped celebrating Christmas when I was in 7th grade. This makes me extremely out of practice.
  2. I am cheap and can’t imagine spending the money.
  3. I am lazy.
  4. I am extremely lazy.

That said, I promised to bring you some Christmas cheer. And because I also promised my husband I wouldn’t be a Scrooge this year, here are some pictures of other people’s decorations!

And I must admit, I did have fun gathering them together.

two christmas trees
A Christmas tree made from a 5th Wheel tripod. How cool!
Snowmen in da RV!

 

Poinsettia your butt right here!

 

This just screams RV Christmas! I love it!

toyhauler rv christmas lights
I’m dreaming of a blue Christmas…

 

rose wreath on airstream window
Wreath on an Airstream… Does it get classier?

 

These lights, that Mickey wreath!

 

toyhauler rv christmas lights
Lights under the toy hauler…I dig it.

 

gifts inside a class A rv
Santa found our Class A!

 

The socks are a countdown to Christmas. Each one has a special surprise for the kids! Thanks for the great idea, Our Moving House!

The next four pictures are from one of the newest members of The Virtual Campground, Bob Hickling. Thanks for sharing your camper with us Bob!

RV Christmas tree
Simple, stylish, small… perfect for an RV Christmas

 

RV Christmas decor
Under the fifth wheel decorations. Happy Holidays!

And for the grand finale!

The one. The only. Liz Wilcox reveals her grand Christmas decorations!

I tried whale-y hard!

Don’t forget to check out every one else’s much better RV Christmas posts!

Just click on the caption to explore our little Virtual Winter Wonderland

Like vintage RVs? You’ll swoon for this retro Christmas tour from The Motorhome Memoirs
Love all holidays? Check out Parkit’s pictures of Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas in the camper!
Take the video tour of Chickery’s Travels 5th wheel.
Check out space-saving holiday decor with RV Inspiration!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Get the DIY instructions for this Christmas tree wall hanging from Here Come the Litts
Drool over this cabin-inspired Christmas decor from Mountain Modern Life

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12 thoughts on “RV Christmas

      1. Well so I was all bundled up and headed outside to create a tripod Christmas tree when I suddenly remembered my tripod was all wrapped up with skirting for the winter! Oops! (Accidentally posted this comment in the wrong post and couldn’t delete it!)

  1. Lol I cracked up at that last sentence! Gotta admit I couldn’t spot the Christmas in your decor until I read the caption! 😄 I can also relate though…I spent a few years not really decorating for Christmas or doing much for the holiday, but I’ve been gradually doing a bit more each year because I like having my house decorated with lights and snowflakes during winter. But with a lot less emphasis on and build up on for Dec. 25.

      1. Well so I was all bundled up and headed outside to create a tripod Christmas tree when I suddenly remembered my tripod was all wrapped up with skirting for the winter! Oops!

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