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 picturesque venue in western Maine and can serve as your home base while exploring the changing colors and other local attractions. […]
Humidity can cause serious moisture-related problems in your RV if it is not taken care of properly. It can result in condensation building up on your windows, window seals, window panes, and even on metal objects. The water can eventually cause mold and mildew to grow, wooden surfaces to rot, and metal surfaces to rust. […]
Don’t let the cool temperatures of the fall season keep you from getting out and camping. There are great advantages to “cold season” camping, including fewer people, fall colors, and seeing areas in different seasons, to name a few. With some preparation, most people can stay comfortable in cooler temperatures and keep on adventuring! 1. […]
Upstate New York is a great place to travel during the fall months when the leaves begin painting the forests with various shades of gold, red, and orange-colored leaves. Located about 40 miles north of Syracuse, right in the heart of all that color, is the small village of Pulaski, home to Streamside RV Park […]
Steamboat Springs, home of over 15 Olympic skiers including Billy Kidd and Johnny Spillane, is widely known for its champagne powder skiing, but the town makes for a great getaway year-round. This northern Colorado town sits about 3 hours west of Fort Collins and is a delightful mix of outdoor adventure, cowboys, and history. The […]
For many people, fall is the best season to go camping. The weather is cooler, there are usually fewer crowds than during the summer, and we can see all of the colorful fall foliage. This time of year also brings lots of events like RV shows, festivals, and themed weekends leading up to Halloween. These […]
Fall has arrived for many RVers across the country, and with it is the return of the rainy season. Many of today’s RVs, especially travel trailers (mine included), feature a floor plan with a queen bed across the front or rear of the RV. They also come with a storage compartment under the head of […]
Another Labor Day has come and gone, the kids are back in school, and the weather is turning. For many it is time to winterize the RV and place it in storage for the winter. But wait! College and professional football season has just begun, and that means one thing: RV tailgating! If you have […]
Fall is just around the corner and one of the joys of camping this time of year is the splendor of autumn colors that will soon be on display. While I hear the fall colors in New England are legendary, I can’t imagine they can be much more spectacular than in the western states, especially […]
Check out these three tips for RVing in the fall shoulder season to make your full-timing life more enjoyable (and safer too).
Feast your eyes on three-thousand miles of spectacular foliage when you plan a Rocky Mountains fall color RV getaway in September.