Over eight months ago, the RV LIFE app was released for the first time. Whether you love using the RV LIFE app or this is the first you’ve heard of it, you’re in for a treat.
Thanks to the hard … [Read More...]
If you think campground neighbors look different these days, you're not imagining it. The 2019 RVer census survey by Escapees RV Club spotlights fascinating changes in recreational vehicle ownership … [Read More...]
In our previous article, we discussed how to maximize the use of your RV and get the most out of your investment. Now let's take a look at ways to maximize the value of your RV when it comes time to … [Read More...]
Whether you're looking to live full-time in an RV or just use one for occasional trips, you won't want to miss the new bestselling book, “Living the RV Life – Your Ultimate Guide to Life on the Road” … [Read More...]
If you have been hiking on a trail lately, you may have encountered a unique all-terrain, lever-driven wheelchair sharing the trail with you.
The GRIT Freedom Chair launched with a highly … [Read More...]
The town of Warden is home to one of the hidden gems in Eastern Washington. Located about 15 miles south of Interstate 90 near Moses Lake, Warden is where you will find that hidden gem also known as … [Read More...]
Never go cross-country RVing without your bicycle. Take time to pedal or walk the middle of the US, where Midwest campgrounds near great biking and walking trails make excellent stop-overs. Pedal into … [Read More...]
Purchasing an RV is one of the bigger investments you will make in your lifetime. The average RV owner uses their rig about 21 days a year, and while you can’t put a price on the memories you will … [Read More...]
Since opening last year, Silvies Valley Ranch in central-east Oregon has been turning heads. Officially called The Retreat, Links & Spa at Silvies Valley Ranch, this property encompasses more than … [Read More...]
For those adventuresome RVers driving the Alaska Highway to Alaska this year, a stop in Whitehorse should be on the agenda.
Whitehorse, in Canada’s Yukon Territory, is located 1,550 miles north of … [Read More...]
When your home flies down the highway at 65 miles-per-hour, things are bound to shift inside. After twelve years as a full-time nomad picking up the pieces on an almost daily basis, I’ve discovered a … [Read More...]
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 … [Read More...]
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 … [Read More...]
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 … [Read More...]
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 … [Read More...]
Does your bicycle hang on your RV bike rack more than it actually gets used? Are your walking sneakers lonely? Stop making excuses for not heading out. Now's the time to go RVing near great bike and … [Read More...]
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 … [Read More...]
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 … [Read More...]