If she does not want to go there other women that will!
1* DW "Granny"
1* 2008 Brookside by Sunnybrook 32'
1* 2002 F250 Super Duty 7.3L PSD
Husky 16K hitch, Tekonsha P3,
Firestone Ride Rite Air Springs, Trailair Equa-Flex, Champion C46540
"A bad day camping is better than a good day at work!"
Tell her she can drive. You'll cook. She can cook. We'll eat out. There won't be any fly's, mosquitoes, bears, or rain. She can shower once a week. She doesn't have to shower. You'll shower twice a day. There is plenty of clean water. The ER is a short helicopter ride away.
2008 Dodge 3500 With a Really Strong Tractor Motor...........
LB, SRW, 4X4, 6-Speed Auto, 3.73, Prodigy P3, Blue Ox Sway Pro........
2014 Sandsport 26FBSL
Find out what it is that she doesn't like about camping and try to correct it for her.
Definitely find out why she doesn't like it. It may be correctable by you, it may not. When you find out what it is, discuss it and see if you CAN fix it or if there's some sort of compromise that can be reached. If it's not fixable, then you may have a big decision to make. If she's lost interest in other activities that she used to like, the problem may be deeper than you expect. But first step is as Bullmastifflover said-find out what the issue is and go from there.
Subscribe to the 3 "L" rule-don't stop livin', lovin' and learnin'
RV-less for now but our spirits are still on the open road. And missing it more every day!
If she's on the couch she's probably watching the boobs on the tube. Do you have one in your RV, that might be a plus. I've introduced a number of people to camping, many successfully but some just weren't interested. I've tried to get my BIL to camp many times. But he has to have tv and a McDonald's close by. I don't even carry a radio, never mind a tv and it would be one long walk to a McDonald's. So he's a hopeless case.
I can understand it, many urban activities like dancing, the theater, tv, etc. are about as interesting to me as watching paint dry. I can't imagine anything anyone could do to make it attractive to me. Likewise, many people aren't interested in the outdoors and I think there's little you can do to change that.
But my suggestion would be to incorporate some activities she likes into the trip, whatever that might be. And keep the outdoor activities and discomfort minimal to start. If she likes it you can increase the outdoor aspect at the expense of the other. I was fortunate, my DW didn't camp and when we got together I was camping every weekend. So to be together she had to go camping and she took to it like a duck to water. And she jumped in with both feet, there was no easing into it then. I doubt this is much help to you, but good luck, I hope you're successful getting her off the couch.