A post-Labor Day visit to Maine is the perfect time to enjoy the changing fall colors in the Pine Tree State. Pleasant River Campground, set near the Androscoggin River in West Bethel, provides a … [Read More...]
The RV industry is responding faster than ever to the latest camping trends. Take the latest concept vehicle, the VisionVenture #VanLife concept RV.
Created by Europe’s biggest RV manufacturer, … [Read More...]
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We’ve all heard tales of the secret menu that In-And-Out Burger offers. Not a July 4th goes by without reminders of Area 51, courtesy of the movie Independence Day. … [Read More...]
I have shared places to explore and camp along the Columbia River Gorge in previous entries. There is another place in the gorge I have wanted to share with you, but unfortunately, it has been … [Read More...]
When people think of Colorado, they often first think of majestic snow-capped mountain ranges and clear alpine streams, or possibly crimson-hued canyonlands and plateaus. The expansive high prairie … [Read More...]
It’s been a long-standing tradition that snowbirds head south for the winter. A growing number of RVers don’t stop at the U.S.—Mexico border, however. One fabulous small town that’s a popular … [Read More...]
Exploring scenic Highway 101 in the northern reaches of the California coast is never lacking in beauty or local activities. About 30 miles north of Eureka, California you’ll find Azalea Glen RV Park … [Read More...]
I suspect most every RVer reading this carries some form of patio mat with them during their travels.
While many of you spread them on concrete, asphalt, grass, or other relatively clean surfaces, … [Read More...]
In our last post, we were camped with friends at North Carlson Lake near Ryder, North Dakota. We were camped in a free county-operated campground nestled between three lakes. Campground amenities … [Read More...]
When traveling through the Buckeye State, the Streetsboro / Cleveland SE KOA is a great home-away-from-home.
Located about 30 miles south of Cleveland, the Streetsboro KOA offers 250 sites and … [Read More...]
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RV rentals are taking the travel industry by storm, and with good reason! Being able to live the RV life without having to purchase one of your own is very … [Read More...]
Even the best RV interiors were never designed for full-timers who live and work from the road. Until now. Cortni Armstrong (also known as The Flipping Nomad) is taking matters into her own hands. … [Read More...]
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RV maintenance is constantly being thrown in our faces. YouTubers and RV full-timers race to create videos about maintenance tips and tricks. There … [Read More...]
South-central Alaska has not had a very typical summer. It has been very dry, with periods of exceptionally hot (for Alaska) temperatures into the 90s.
While the weather might make a visit to … [Read More...]
We had just finished dinner and I was picking up trash left by less thoughtful campers around our campsite at North Carlson Lake, located in the rural farm country of western North Dakota, when a … [Read More...]
California’s Sierra Nevada mountains offer some of the best camping in the nation. But these days, it seems every RVer knows it. Finding secluded, private Lake Tahoe campsites for RVs can be … [Read More...]
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 … [Read More...]
It’s been years since the question “Will it play in Peoria?” had any validity. This famous idiom was often employed to determine whether a product or show would find success in Middle America. Today, … [Read More...]