Whether you are camping in a National Park or glamping at your favorite motorcoach resort, the words “no internet” can be as scary as an empty fresh water tank or dead batteries. Even in places with the oft-used but less often implemented “free Wi-Fi”, sometimes the internet can be so slow that consulting your favorite […]
I think we have all seen the ads for online grocery shopping at one point or another; the patient looking mom busy in the kitchen making a wholesome, nutritious meal while simultaneously reciting grocery list items to a child sitting nearby with a tablet in hand, who is dutifully selecting the fruits and vegetables that […]
The Internet is no longer just a plaything, it’s a way of life for everyone from grandma to teenagers. You can use it to stay in touch with friends and family or earn a six-figure income, the possibilities are just about endless. But when it comes to living as a full-time RVers, these pros and […]
“If a camper visits a national park and doesn’t actually post about it on Facebook, did it really happen?” When the National Park Service was established in 1916, President Woodrow Wilson wasn’t looking for ways to provide high-speed internet. Visitors didn’t need to check their Facebook or upload selfies from the Grand Canyon to their […]
One of the most popular amenities that any business in the service industry can offer its customers is Internet access. It’s accessible on trains and planes, the café on the corner, or pretty much wherever you go, RV parks included. While signals at some campgrounds can be spotty at best, RVers can gain more boost to achieve strong, secure Internet connections.
Camping isn’t the same as it used to be according to a recent survey by Kampgrounds of America. No longer is the Great Outdoors the one-size-fits-all experience founded on a need to escape modern living. Today’s 21st century campers are demanding a larger scope of services than ever before, including the desire for ubiquitous connectivity […]