Boondocking, also known as dry camping, dispersed camping, or wild camping, is the art of staying in the wilderness without hookups or designated campsites. For RVers looking for tranquility, isolation, and a way to reconnect with nature, it is an ideal experience. Boondocking has its difficulties, but if you arrive prepared, you can have the time of […]
Do you need to lose weight? No, I don’t mean go on a diet or start exercising more. I’m talking about trailer weight—you know, those extra pounds that stack up every time you buy a souvenir or invest in a new DVD player for your RV. According to the RVSEF, about 60% of travel trailers exceed […]
When I tell people my wife and I are heading out on an extended RV trip, they will invariably ask, “Where are you going,” expecting me to answer with a destination like Yellowstone, Las Vegas, or maybe the Grand Canyon. My response is “that way” as I point a finger in the general direction we […]
Today’s RV shoppers are choosing smaller RVs on purpose for many reasons and we explore the pros and cons of downsizing to small RV living.
Learning to organize your RV refrigerator is like an art that develops with practice. These three quick tips will help you get started.
Every year, the I-75 leads millions of RVers from Canada and the U.S. Mid-West to the warmer South with many things to see and do along the way.
Does your back hurt when you go RV camping? The problem isn’t you, it’s probably your mattress. Don’t get a new RV mattress until you do these four things.
If you’d rather spend time outdoors than inside redecorating, follow these fast, simple, frugal and easy RV organizing tips for a tidy RV.
Over the several years of ownership, many Workhorse RV owners have experienced the disappointment of pixel drop-out on the Instrument panel mounted LCD. For this article, we installed the new upgrade kit on a 2003 Winnebago Adventurer.
For more than 50 years, the Cape May – Lewis Ferry (CMLF) has been a major link between the two shore side destinations of Cape May, NJ and Lewes, DE, providing visitors with unique opportunities to explore the region and all of its outdoor attractions.
Making our way home from the Olympic Peninsula following a week of camping, clamming, crabbing, searching out sea glass, hiking and visiting with friends, a hiccup occurred that was way beyond our control.