Keeping the rubber on the road can be tiresome, particularly for RVers. For example, our tow unit is a 1-ton “dually,” that requires six tires on the pavement, then add the four tires on the trailer we pull (not to mention the spares) and there’s ten tires to be looked after. How about you? Is […]
In the last installment my wife and I headed to an RV park in Pahrump, Nevada after a couple weeks of camping in the boondocks to recharge. Our batteries were having issues and required a full nights charge via shore power in order to properly diagnose the problem. The park was rated 10/10/10 by Good […]
When most people think about canyonlands, they may not first think of western Colorado. However, the canyons of the Colorado Plateau along Colorado State Highway 141 between Grand Junction and Dove Creek are stunningly beautiful and offer a multitude of options for exploring their hidden depths. Highway 141 winds its way through roughly 160 miles of […]
Rest areas are typically the last spot I would think about staying the night in my RV. Generally there is road noise from the nearby interstate or highway the rest area serves, trucks coming and going all night, they’re prime locations for criminals to apply their trade (grab and go), and worst of all is […]
Mill Race Golf & Camping Resort offers 100 sites and a picturesque 18-hole championship golf course in the heart of Pennsylvania. Located about halfway between Williamsport and Wilkes-Barre in the small village of Benton, Mill Race Golf & Camping Resort bills itself as the Keystone State’s only golf and camping resort. Featuring three-season golfing, the […]
There was a lot of talk this past summer about the price of a senior lifetime America the Beautiful Pass going from $10 to $80. Though it is an 800% increase, this pass is still a great value. An America the Beautiful Pass grants you access to more than 2,000 federal recreation sites. Each pass […]
Looking for the best ways to keep warm when RVing in winter? These three tips will help you prep for cold months ahead.
Deciding to live as RV nomads is relatively easy. But winnowing your stuff down and knowing what not to pack for full-time RVing is the hardest step of the journey. Here’s how to get started.
South Lake Tahoe, California offers plenty in the way of golf courses, along with some very nice RV parks, too. Since 1960, Tahoe Paradise Golf Course has been one of the most popular courses in the area. The 18-hole, par 66 measures just 4,028 yards from the back tees, which allows golfers to finish a […]
Don’t park on the cheap until you know the pros and cons of free camping in parking lots, driveways and public lands.
The Internet is no longer just a plaything, it’s a way of life for everyone from grandma to hipsters. You can use it to stay in touch with friends and family or earn a six figure income, the possibilities are endless. But when it comes to living as a full-time RVers, these pros and cons […]