The study also found that many of the millennials want to travel, so they can capture beautiful photos for social media.
With Independence Day right around the corner, thousands and thousands of Americans are expected to hit the road to enjoy the holiday.
Some can fly and others will choose to head to sea to sail across the ocean, but according to a new report, recreational vehicles continue to increase in popularity among Americans looking for adventure — 55 percent now say that they would choose to travel with the CAMPER.
The data was released Thursday from the Outdoors, an RV company, and the market for outdoor experiences.
“RV travel is making a big comeback, driven by the millennium generation and their love for the freedom that it offers,” said Jeff Cavins, co-founder and CEO of the Outdoorsy.
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Then again, the two need not be mutually exclusive.
The temptation of exploring and hiking in the whole country, is so strong, in fact, that “more than two-thirds of Americans prefer to travel to a new destination every week (68 percent) than have sex every day (32 percent),” the study said.
In addition, the study shows that a majority of Americans no longer believe material possessions are the key to happiness, but even more the opportunity to travel and experience new things.
Outdoor has its nationwide survey by YouGov with a sample size of 1,145 people, including 289 millenials between the ages of 18 and 34. The margin of error is 2.9 percent.
National and state parks along with campsites and small towns, were among the destinations of Americans said that they most desire to visit.
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And while traveling is all about soaking in the beauty, the culture and the experience of new places, the motivation to pack up and go are different between millennials and the genreal population.
If the choice between the two, almost two-thirds of all Americans (63 percent) say that they prefer the connection with the work, opposite the record of the incredible journey of images for social media (37 percent).
But for millennials, the range was much closer, with more than half (55 percent) prefer to use the break to work on capturing incredible journey of images for social media (45 percent),” the study said.
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The Fourth of July holiday is synonymous with patriotism, and that is exactly what drives Americans to travel, according to the study, which found that 58 percent of the respondents preferred to stay in america, in contrast to go abroad “because they want to see more of their own country.”
“We have seen that all kinds of people looking for adventurous experiences, and it confirms that the Stainless steel be a better way to have an adventure when you’re traveling and want to be fully immersed in the experience of the public roads and destinations,” said Cavins.
Benjamin Brown is a reporter from Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bdbrown473.