Don’t make that spontaneous RV road trip just yet. The end of first come, first served campsites is happening around the U.S.
There is something special about experiencing the outdoors during the winter. The air is crisp and clear, the stars twinkle brighter, and the snow-covered landscapes twinkle with sunlight or moonlight. Exploring by snowshoes or cross-country skis is a great way to work up an appetite for a welcome warm hearty meal. As well, during the […]
The question is not if but how climate change will impact RVing. Are you ready to deal with it? Here’s how to get started.
There are two things that make me want to spend money on a new RV product, and those are usefulness and versatility. There just isn’t room for items that don’t get used on a regular basis, and the more reasons to lug around an item, the better (hence why we’re in love with our Instant […]
Iridium, a new all-electric motorhome for the climate change age, is coming to the European RV marketplace in January. Could the U.S. be next?
Some RVers prefer a more quiet setting without kids running around everywhere. These 55-and-older RV parks are dedicated to traveling seniors and they have some fabulous amenities. 1. Sunny Acres RV Park, Las Cruces, New Mexico Seniors and snowbirds love Southern New Mexico for its year-round sunny weather. This RV park is ideally located in […]
A Swedish torch (also known as a Swedish candle, Swedish fire log, or Schwedenfackel) is a very practical alternative to a traditional campfire. With a little prep work, they are easy, efficient, and require little resources and little tending. They are particularly nice if you are winter camping, have wet ground, or a limited supply […]
Curious about making the leap to a residential RV refrigerator? See what other RVers who have installed one have to say about their experience.
Free national and state park entry passes are totally do-able when you follow our best tips to get in free to your favorite parks and camping destinations.
The wildfire that recently ravaged California was the deadliest and most destructive in state history. The blaze known as Camp Fire claimed at least 86 lives, destroyed over 153,000 acres, and left 50,000+ people displaced in emergency shelters. Driven by high winds, the wildfire was finally 100% contained after seventeen days on November 25, 2018. […]
One of the benefits of RV living is being able to travel to different areas and explore what is offered there, whether it is the vistas, the climate, the lifestyle, the adventure, or the food. Food tours are a fun way to explore a city, giving you a unique insight into the cuisine and culture of […]