Statistically speaking, you are much more likely to be a victim in your own home than in your RV. Here’s why: First – A RV is much less tempting to a thief than a permanent residence, it is unlikely to contain the same amount of easily pawned appliances, jewelry or other valuables that can be […]
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Located about 75 miles north of Green Bay, Wisc. in Door County, Peninsula State Park Golf Course has been hosting golfers for the last century. The course initially opened in 1917 with just six-holes, expanded to nine holes in 1923, and finally to a full 18 holes in 1931. Though the course has gone through […]
Laws against lighting up in public are on the books everywhere. Could a campground smoking ban happen at your favorite public or private getaway?
You’ve arrived at an area where you would like to disperse camp. Unlike a developed campground with a predetermined space defined by lines or barriers to park your RV, you will likely have many choices on where and how to park and position your RV in the boondocks. How do you know which is the […]
Golfers the world over will have their say in commenting on the proposed new golf rule changes that are being considered by the USGA and R&A, the two governing bodies of the sport. Some of the proposed changes have been long overdue, and these sweeping changes will not only modernize the rules but make them […]
Don’t wait for summer campers to crowd you out. Plan a spring vacation now at any (or all!) of these five great national parks to visit before summer.
Ah the glorious desert southwest! It’s hard to describe the pleasure of dry camping in the middle of the desert southwest during the winter to someone that has never done so before. The joy of waking up to clear skies most every day, the freedom of living off the grid, enjoying life at your own […]
Open year round, Willapa Harbor Golf and RV Park in Raymond, Wash. offers a comfortable 20-site RV park and accompanying nine-hole golf course. Raymond lies on Hwy. 101, also called the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway, which meanders through the Olympic Peninsula and down the Pacific Coast. The tranquil entrance to Raymond features steel sculptures of […]
Full-time RVing doesn’t mean you’re camping every day. Learn how to turn your part-time RV into a full-time home in five steps.
Readers in the northern states and neighboring Canada might wonder why RVers flock to the desert southwest to dry camp each winter. Following are eight factors (among many) that attract RVers to the desert: 1) There are no crowds. While thousands of snowbirds flock south each winter most stay in conventional RV parks leaving the […]
Though it seems like another world away, Galveston Island is less than an hour’s drive southeast of Houston via Interstate 45. Featuring plenty of sand and sun, the 27-mile-long island features 42 RV parks of all shapes and sizes. One of the most popular and top rated is pet-friendly Dellanera RV Park. Located literally just […]