26 Aug Take The Home Office On The Road
(Broadry) — With all the long-term changes that the global pandemic brought us, working remotely has been one of the biggest changes across the globe. With this new remote workforce, gone are the restraints of commuting to the office every day or waiting for the weekend for the much-needed road trip in order to enjoy a change of scenery or to escape your city.
Many people are looking for new ways to take advantage of this environment by looking for experiences that allow for convenient travel, avoid unnecessary contact with other travelers and still experience a trip that allows you to stay connected.
Whether on a vacation or working on the road, guests can find the ideal combination of relaxing, easy to get to destinations, with open spaces and fresh air, and the added bonus of resort-style connectivity at today’s modern RV campground resorts. Why work from home when you can spend the end of summer working in the Pacific Northwest, the fall in the Northeast, and the start of winter in the Florida Keys, soaking up that winter sun?
We’ve researched locations with Wi-Fi installations that will make it easy to jump on that Zoom call and send those timely emails as you work from your RV, cabin, cottage or even tiny house rental. Additionally, there is no need to leave your four-legged friends behind while on the road, as many resorts offer pet friendly rental units and feature onsite amenities like dog parks and pet stations for your traveling companions.
Located in Kissimmee, Florida, Tropical Palms RV Resort is a hidden gem set on 69 beautiful sun-kissed acres that are the perfect Central Florida destination.
Approximately four miles from Walt Disney World Resort and within walking distance from Old Town, working remotely from this resort is a breath of fresh air. Stay connected in a variety of colorful rental cottages that will instantly transport you to a tropical state of mind. The resort’s convenient location, fun amenities and great Wi-Fi connection will make you remind yourself whether you’re visiting for business or pleasure.
The Mt. Hood Tiny House Village outside of Portland offers a unique way to experience the artistry and culinary vibe of Portland while surrounded by the nature of the Pacific Northwest. Now with seven tiny houses, the original Petite Retreats location is the largest village in the collection.
The two latest tinies, named Ingrid and Anderson, feature new floor plans that are the biggest models at Mt. Hood, coming in at just under 360 square feet, and sleep five to seven guests. They join the village’s Atticus, Lincoln, Zoe, Savannah and Scarlett, all under 265 square feet. There is plenty of fun and adventure to be found as well. More than 700 groomed hiking trails, ski slopes, bird watching, mountain biking, fishing, lakes and streams to explore, and the Alpine Slide are just a few of the activities you’ll find when the workday or school day ends.
Tropic Winds RV Resort is an age-qualified RV resort located in the city of Harlingen, the heart of the Rio Grande Valley. At Tropic Winds you’ll find the climate and conditions for year-round vacationing heartwarming, as Harlingen has a friendly spirit and tropical weather that especially appeal to travelers in the winter months. Guests who stay at least one month receive their own modem from Spectrum Cable and free Wi-Fi for all their remote work needs.
When staying less than a month, visitors can choose to purchase a Wi-Fi connection or use the many hotspots in the clubhouses. Guests can also take advantage of FedEx and UPS deliveries directly to their site. Need to take a work break? Tropic Winds has plenty of resort-style amenities or you can hit the sandy beaches of nearby South Padre Island, where opportunities for fishing, boating and waterskiing abound.
Lake George Escape, a 178-acre RV resort full of lush woods, meadows and direct access to the Schroon River is surrounded by the six million acre Adirondack Park, making an ideal backdrop when connected to those back at home looking to enjoy the beauty of the great outdoors.
Lake George was Thousand Trails and Encore’s most popular destination for cabin rentals in 2020 after celebrating the completion of a $1 million wetland remediation project, restoring and enhancing wetlands throughout the campground in 2019. Lake George Escape offers plenty of full hook up RV sites, rental cottages and when not online, there is a full activities center, a remote control park, a 9-hole disc golf course, wagon rides, fossil hunting and gem mining, live entertainment and for the four-legged friends, and a brand new expanded dog park.
An ARVC Mega Park of the Year winner, Monte Vista RV Resort added more than 230 new RV sites in 2020, including a new core amenity package. Escaping the winter cold and still staying connected will be easy with the resort’s state-of-the-art Wi-Fi system, though it may prove challenging to focus on work with amenities that include a new swimming pool with outdoor seating and grilling stations, a welcome center entertainment lounge and a brand-new 3,000 square foot wood shop.
Why trek through Midwest winters, when guests of Monte Vista Resort can enjoy the Arizona sun. Instead of water cooler talks and office banter, you can get outside with nearby hiking and biking trails, the scenic views of the Superstition Mountains, and the surrounding year round golf courses, which make Arizona a mecca for the sport. If typical office amenities are a need, take advantage of the resort’s dedicated mail room for all incoming mail, parcel lockers ready to receive your important work packages, along with an Office Depot and UPS within 5 miles of the property. Working remotely at the age-qualified Monte Vista RV Resort will feel better than a luxurious corner office.
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