What does your campground of the future look like? A new KOA campaign attempts to answer this question at a recent RV industry trade show.
Give your vacation money to a feel-good cause by checking into Lions Club International campgrounds in Canada and the United States.
In this age of technology and innovation, RV accessories are available by the billions. If you’d rather not rough it, this is what you’re looking for. These ten luxury RV items will give you a world of comfort while you’re traveling. 1. Memory foam mattress Hard bed? Squeaky springs? Although some RVs come equipped with […]
A good camping chair won’t only keep you out of the dirt and sand. It needs to be comfortable to sit in, light to carry, and easy to stow away. We shopped around and found these unique chairs that also have cup holders and features like their own built-in cooler or footrest. 1. Coleman Oversized […]
The term “millennial” is tossed around a lot these days, and often with a negative connotation. Millennials, also known as Generation Y, are typically born between the years 1980 and 1999. This would put them between the ages of 19 and 38 as of 2018. This generation spans 20 years and its older members use […]
Maxie McNabb is a woman with moxie. She is the kind of person who makes wherever she is home, has wisdom and savvy, and feels easy to be around. Maxie is a spirited 60-something retired widow and amateur sleuth who travels part-time in her Winnebago with her mini-dachshund, Stretch. Although she has a home in Homer, […]
Nestled on the northeast corner of Lake Fayette in Fayetteville, Texas is Oak Thicket Park. With only 21 sites to park an RV, and none of them being pull-through, this park is not for everyone. However, if you are okay with backing in your rig amongst the trees, you might be able to find a […]
One of the most comprehensive tools for trip planning, RV Trip Wizard just announced that users can now see more campgrounds and park information thanks to a new partnership with Campground Reviews. Besides campgrounds, RV Trip Wizard also maps out fuel stations, rest areas, dump stations, low clearance bridges, and points of interest like Walmart […]
Updated 1/23/2018: A short-term bill was passed to end the government shutdown. This reopened the government and provides funding only through February 8. Source: Q13 Fox. On January 19, 2018, the federal government shut down after Congress was not able to agree on a budget. While this doesn’t stop the U.S. Postal Service and […]
Ah that “new RV” smell. The aroma of a brand-new trailer, motorhome or truck camper can be intoxicating during the buying process. Unfortunately the scent wafting from the toxic formaldehyde glues holding the units together can also be bad for our health. Today a new generation of eco-smart RV manufacturers are trying to limit our exposure to […]
SnugTop is proud to sponsor this article. Truck caps have become more popular among RVers in recent years. They also offer a lot more features than they used to back in the day. Twenty years ago, you wouldn’t find truck caps with keyless remotes, LED lighting, interiors finished with carpet or modern rack options. But […]