The easiest way to save money when filling up your RV gas tank is to not drive. Don't let pain at the pump put a damper on your fun. Pull in, park, and forget about high gas prices for a while when you RV longer at a participating Sun Outdoors resort.
Spend more time discovering a different bike trail, relaxing poolside, or booking a favorite tee time. Our year-round resorts have so much to offer, you may find it hard to leave. And if you want to stay, we can make that happen too.
There's no need to give up fun in the sun, pickleball, pool time, or cool campfire connections any time soon. Our resorts provide excellent experiences and amenities like fitness centers, pools, clubhouses, themed events, and more no matter how long our guests stay.
Enjoy exclusive site upgrades through our RV Longer Program that make extending your time at a participating Sun Outdoors resort even more enjoyable. Site upgrades will vary by resort and may include options like:
• Professional landscaping*
• Full concrete pads*
• Driveway and patio area*
• Custom brick-paver fire pit*
• Shed for storage*
*Check with the resort about availability and details.
There is nothing like the feeling of getting to your favorite site and setting up for a long, enjoyable stay. When you take advantage of our long-term stay program, your preferred site will always be ready for your return.
When gas prices get higher, sometimes it makes sense to hold off on filling up the tank and just enjoy where you are for a bit longer. Our resorts are close to major attractions, good weather, and conveniences, so extending your stay with us can be a better ROI than filling up your tank.
Set up your RV once and use your more fuel-efficient towed vehicle, or "toad" as some RVers call it. These are ideal when taking day trips, longer explorations, or even a return home.
Don't let high gas prices put the brakes on your fun. Use a fuel cost calculator to do your own cost analysis on gas prices. Once you compare fuel costs with staying at your favorite resort a bit longer, you'll discover that RVing longer is definitely worth it.