Pensacola, located in the panhandle of Florida, offers a rich history that dates back 450 years. Its 18 miles of sugar-white sand beaches bordered by the emerald-green waters of the Gulf of Mexico have lured visitors from all parts of the globe annually to its pristine shores. Where to stay in Pensacola For RVers visiting […]
Coastal Breeze RV Resort recently celebrated their Grand Opening in November 2018. A short drive from the scenic beaches of the Gulf Coast, this luxurious new resort lies along the shore of Salt Lake in Rockport, Texas. They have over 250 pull-thru and back-in RV sites with full hookups. The sites are extra roomy at […]
After 35 years of business, Chula Vista RV Resort in Southern California is permanently closing on February 1, 2019 to make room for a billion-dollar city project. This resort has been long cherished by RVers for its scenic waterfront location on the San Diego Bay. Chula Vista Resort includes over 33,000 square feet on 17 […]
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina has long been a world-famous destination. Many are drawn to the 60-mile stretch of beach affectionately known as the Grand Strand that features dozens of golf courses, various water sports, amusement parks, and resorts. This area is also home to two quality establishments: Ocean Lakes Family Campground and their next door […]
Canada offers plenty of wide-open spaces with endless spectacular views. One area in British Columbia that offers both of those elements is Edgewater Hilltop Par 3 Golf & RV Park, located in the small farming community of Edgewater. Set in the picturesque Columbia Valley, the family-owned and operated Edgewater Hilltop Par 3 Golf & RV […]
You can learn a lot about an RV park by reading their reviews and seeing photos of the property. It can help you find out which resorts have spacious full hookup sites, and avoid crowded parks that get traffic noise all night. Reviews can also give you insider tips on what to see in the […]
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RVers debate the Ten Year Rule at RV parks. Is this a good way to define “vintage” versus “old” RVs? Should RV parks discriminate solely on RV age?