If you need work, consider getting a job in Elkhart building RVs. The RV Capital is desperate for skilled workers.
Daydreaming about being a nomad? If so, don’t leave until you know these top three reasons to not try full-time RVing.
Picturesque golf courses and comfortable RV parks are plentiful in Vernon, British Columbia, 275 miles east of Vancouver. Offering a host of cultural activities, Vernon is situated in the Okanagan region some 30 miles north of Kelowna, B.C. and just over 100 miles north of the U.S./Washington State border at Osoyoos, Canada’s only desert. Vernon […]
Checking to make sure your brake lights are working before departing on a trip has been problematic for years. Without a partner to stand behind your RV or trailer and tell you if they’re operating meant you had to jamb something between the vehicle’s floorboard and brake pedal, then run to the back of your […]
Industry trends reveal they truth about modern RVers: they’re younger, more tech savvy than ever before and love a good bargain.
If you are the parent of twin 10-year old boys, an “active lifestyle” is rarely an option. The Speers family of Evergreen, Colorado, however, takes active living to a whole new level! During the summer months, you can find Andrew, Nicole, and twins Lucas and Aidan (10) completely at home in their Craigslist find mobile […]
With nearly 900 golf courses throughout Michigan, many of those fine tracks can be found in the eastern Upper Peninsula, specifically in the Sault Sainte Marie area. RVers will appreciate the three parks within Sault Sainte Marie city limits. You’ll find Soo Locks Campground and Aune-Osborn Campground located right in town on the picturesque St. […]
North Dakota offers plenty of wide-open spaces, including some of the fairways on local golf courses, like Bully Pulpit Golf Course, two miles south of Medora. This 18-hole course has received numerous national honors, including being named “One of America’s Top 100 Public Courses” by Golf Digest in 2013 and 2014. Set in the North […]
Banking and full-time RVing is easier than ever but newbies should know about these tips to simplify living on the road.
Privatizing national park campgrounds functions is nothing new, but if the new Interior Department budget is passed the American public could see much more outsourced functions.
This past winter, Dr. Susan Dent took a sabbatical from her veterinary practice and traveled south from Alaska with border collie, Tesla, and Icelandic horse, Blackbird, to the Lower 48 in order to compete in and become a certified judge for horse trail events. The events are known in the horse world as AERC […]