The road can be hard on any RV, especially when it comes to your kitchen and closets. These three best housekeeping tips for better RVing can make your next adventure hassle-free.
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Retiring and hitting the road in an RV is the dream for many people. But for Jim Brown of the NC Motorcyclists blog, it has been an enjoyable reality for almost eight years. The full-timer has traveled all over the country visiting National Parks and Jeep riding in the desert. We reached out to Jim […]
Part of the attraction of RVing is getting away from it all and enjoying a little R & R (Rest and Relaxation), which includes a few naps along with nightly sleep. The following are six tips to help improve your sleeping experience while RVing. 1. Pick the right campsite When choosing your campsite, consider what […]
From Memorial Day through Labor Day, Americans hit the road in their RVs and other forms of transportation, exploring the diverse offerings throughout America. One of the top entertainment activities for travelers is putt-putt or mini-golf. There are plenty of creatively-designed putt-putt facilities throughout the country, enough to keep everyone entertained, no matter what age. […]
Highway 101 runs the entire length of the Oregon Coast, but for a short stretch you can branch off on the Three Capes Scenic Route to visit three beautiful oceanside parks in a row. Several RV parks are in the area with easy access to the beach and local restaurants. Start your trip in Lincoln […]
Get that trusty bike down from your RV ladder, lace your walking shoes and go RVing near great bike and walking trails in the west.
Matt and Diana have been drawn to the outdoors since they were young. Diana grew up in Latvia, where she hiked and backpacked with her family and solo (including backpacking around the world) before coming to the Eastern US for school and getting involved with the outdoors club there. Matt grew up as an outdoorsy […]
Typically, managing gray water is the main challenge for most RVers when dry camping for extended periods. Most RVers generate way more gray water than black water and will fill up the tank by days or even weeks ahead of the black tank. Follow these tips to help limit the amount of gray water you […]
Many RVers have become so accustomed to hooking up to shore power (120-volt electrical service) that they are in somewhat of a quandary of what they should do when they find themselves without it for a night. Rather than spending hundreds or thousands of dollars for a generator or solar panel system, here are seven […]
Are you a dry camping newbie? If so, these two RV boondocking basics will make your next off-grid adventure easier and more enjoyable.
In the United States, skin cancer is the most common type of cancer, and ultraviolet or UV radiation from the sun is the main cause. Most golfers are aware of this scary fact, but skin cancer still plagues this group of recreationalists. Just ask PGA pros Adam Scott or Rory Sabbatini, both of whom have […]