The hottest destination for RV travelers right now is a 200-acre park with natural springs in northern Florida, and it's becoming Instagram-famous for its unbelievably clear water
- RVshare, the first peer-to-peer RV sharing platform with over 100,000 RVs, released its 2020 trend report on November 12.
- The report found that while families are still renting RVs for a classic, all-American national park vacation, they're also booking RVs to explore more unknown locales.
- Business Insider spoke to RVshare CEO Jon Gray about why RV rentals are trending and where clients are traveling to.
- Turns out, Ginnie Springs in northern Florida - which is gaining Instagram fame for its clear waters and jungle-like flora - is the RV hotspot of 2019.
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Plenty of people will fondly remember visiting Yellowstone National Park in an RV with mom and dad as the classic American vacation of yesteryear.
But now, travelers are looking for more transformative, unexpected vacation destinations, even if they're driving there in a recreational vehicle.Business Insider spoke to Jon Gray, the CEO of RVshare, the world's first peer-to-peer RV sharing platform, about current RV trends following the release of the company's 2020 travel report.
"We've been asking our customers 'where are you headed?' and obviously Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon are standout destinations, but Ginnie Springs kept coming up," said Gray, "and I had never heard of it."
Below, take a look inside the destination RV-ers are loving this year.