Resources for solo women RVers


• “ features women on the road, edited by Julianne G. Crane.

• “The Woman’s Guide to Solo RVing” by Jaimie Hall Bruzenak and Alice Zyetz (2002). Available in print or e-book downloaded to your computer’s desktop.

RV Traveling Tales: Women’s Journeys on the Open Road edited by Jaimie Hall Bruzenak and Alice Zyetz (2003). Solo women RVers gave advice on issues ranging from loneliness on the road to maintaining complicated RV systems.

RVing Women, has nearly 2,500 members “who enjoy RVing and love to travel.” Call (888) 557-8464, or write: P.O. Box 1940, Apache Junction, AZ 85117-1940.

Wondering Individuals Network emphasizes active gatherings. Write to WIN, PMB 8206, 914 SW Coast Hwy., #104, Newport, OR 97365.

Loners on Wheels is an International RV Club of single men and women “who enjoy traveling, camping, RV caravanning and camaraderie.” Write to LOW, 1795 O’Kelley Rd. SE, Deming, NM 88030.

• Many national RV organizations, including Good Sams, Family Motor Coach Association, and Escapees RV Club have singles groups.

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