Iridium, a new all-electric motorhome for the climate change age, is coming to the European RV marketplace in January. Could the U.S. be next?
Archives for December 2018
Some RVers prefer a more quiet setting without kids running around everywhere. These 55-and-older RV parks are dedicated to traveling seniors and they have some fabulous amenities. 1. Sunny Acres RV Park, Las Cruces, New Mexico Seniors and snowbirds love Southern New Mexico for its year-round sunny weather. This RV park is ideally located in […]
A Swedish torch (also known as a Swedish candle, Swedish fire log, or Schwedenfackel) is a very practical alternative to a traditional campfire. With a little prep work, they are easy, efficient, and require little resources and little tending. They are particularly nice if you are winter camping, have wet ground, or a limited supply […]
I was born into a family that was part of the fledgling travel trailer business. I grew up washing trailers, fixing trailers, ordering parts for trailers, managing different departments of my parents RV dealership and eventually, with my wife, owning an RV dealership of our own. While many wouldn’t consider washing RVs year-round (rain and […]
A new RV resort recently opened in the Verde Valley region of Central Arizona. Just south of Flagstaff and Sedona in small-town Clarkdale, Rain Spirit RV Resort has full hookup RV sites with panoramic views and some amazing places to visit nearby. The resort can accommodate RVs of all sizes with their wide paved roads […]
Curious about making the leap to a residential RV refrigerator? See what other RVers who have installed one have to say about their experience.
On January 1, 2019, golfers around the world will begin using a revised Players Edition of the Rules of Golf. The latest updates include the most significant changes in the last 60 years. Golf’s governing bodies—the USGA and R&A—pared down the number of rules from 34 to 24. Not only are there fewer rules to […]
Alaska’s newest state campground, K’esugi Ken Campground, opened in 2017 in Denali State Park, operated by the Alaska Department of Natural Resources. Denali State Park borders the much larger Denali National Park on the west side, about 2.75 hours drive north of Anchorage. The campground offers astounding views of the Alaska Range and Denali (formerly […]
Many of us don’t use our RVs as often during the winter months as we do the rest of the year. It makes this a good time to go through the RV and organize it for the upcoming camping season. The first thing to do is sort through everything that has accumulated in your RV […]
Nighttime travel, particularly along remote roads where obstacles and wildlife may be found, can be treacherous. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that nighttime driving fatalities occur three times more frequently than that of daytime driving. During low light times, the human eye has a more difficult time with depth perception, color determination, and […]
Free national and state park entry passes are totally do-able when you follow our best tips to get in free to your favorite parks and camping destinations.