A few entries ago I shared a tip for leveling your RV side to side when camping in the boondocks. Given the amount of interest in that entry I will share another leveling tip for fifth wheel and travel trailer owners that involves front to rear leveling. When you’re logging long miles and pull off […]
One advantage of RVing in the western United States is the abundance of public land on which to disperse camp (aka boondock) for free. Upon arriving at an available place to camp, you have many options to consider as to how to situate your RV on the site. Items to consider are: view, sun, shade, […]
Even a slightly crooked campsite can cause sleepless nights. Learn to level your fifth wheel in these four easy steps and you’ll enjoy camping just about anywhere.
Fifth wheels have many advantages over other types of RVs, but often fall short when it comes to stability. That’s because a fifth wheel tends to become top-heavy when landing legs are fully extended. This can create a fifth wheel wobble when moving around inside the RV. If you’re parked on a sloped campsite, the […]