Crossing through the state of Washington via Interstate 90, many drivers take a break in the college-town of Ellensburg. With a population of just over 20,000, Ellensburg is the most centrally located … [Read More...]
If you head all the way north on Interstate 75, you'll cross the Mackinac Bridge onto the scenic Upper Peninsula in Michigan. The U.P. is a peaceful destination for RV camping between the dense north … [Read More...]
In the last entry, we looked at how I reinforced my travel trailer's battery rack in preparation for carrying a heavier generator behind my LP tanks. Several readers requested information on how I … [Read More...]
You never know what you’ll find when you exit the interstate. If you find yourself on Interstate 80 in Wyoming, make a stop in Rawlins. It could be one of America’s most underrated interstate … [Read More...]
For decades, Elkhart, Indiana has been known as the RV Capital of the World. That moniker is well deserved since more than 80 percent of the global RV production is based in the greater … [Read More...]
About an hour drive north of Milwaukee is the picturesque village of Elkhart Lake. This tiny town of less than a thousand residents got its start in the 1870s, thanks to the arrival of the Milwaukee … [Read More...]
In our last post, we looked at the cracked travel trailer frame I discovered while working on the A-frame of my RV. The reason I was getting up close and personal with my trailer's frame was that I … [Read More...]
Whether you dream of hitting the road for good or just want to shake up your life and start over, the new RV lifestyle book Unlocating is a great way to get started.
In this humorous but … [Read More...]
Diamond Caverns RV Resort and Golf serves as the gateway to Mammoth Cave National Park in the heart of Kentucky.
Considered the world’s longest cave system with more than 400 miles explored, there … [Read More...]
I was recently sitting around the campfire while camping with some friends, and as it typically does, the conversation turned to RVs.
One friend mentioned that he had studied RVs at length before … [Read More...]
Success can be measured in many ways. For Phil and Stacy Farley, both Navy Veterans, success could be measured by their dedicated time serving their country. Stacy served five years, with Phil going … [Read More...]
There is a lot of useful information from seasoned RVers whether you're considering full-timing, interested in boondocking, or just love to find new places to camp. Follow these ten RV bloggers as … [Read More...]
Experienced old-timers know that Alaska Highway RV driving is better ever. But as we discovered last year when we headed north, the journey is still one of the most challenging RV trips in North … [Read More...]
Many seasoned RVers share their adventures, RV lifestyle tips, and maintenance videos on their Youtube channels. We searched the ever-growing list of vlogging RVers and narrowed down the top ten … [Read More...]
More and more outdoor enthusiasts are gaining interest in wild edibles or foraging the forest for local plants that can be eaten. While this may be a fun diversion to explore sustainability, it isn’t … [Read More...]
Located about 50 miles south of Memphis is the charming little town of Sardis, Mississippi. On the outskirts of Sardis, you’ll discover John W. Kyle State Park and neighboring Mallard Pointe Golf … [Read More...]
If you’ve never gone on a roadside glacier RV trip, now is the time to do it. You don’t need a ton of vacation time and you don't even have to travel far from the U.S border. Three of North America’s … [Read More...]