25 Free Overnight RV Parking Locations

25 Free Overnight RV Parking Locations

Free overnight RV parking locations can be very beneficial for RVers traveling longer distances from one campground to another. Many of America's parking lots are empty at night. And often, RVers going from one park to another do not need the hookups and amenities or...

Yosemite Lakes RV Resort Campground Review

Yosemite Lakes RV Resort Campground Review

Yosemite Lakes RV Resort is located in Groveland California about 5 miles west of Yosemite National Park’s Big Oak Flat entrance. This Thousand Trails RV Resort is open year-round and just under 400 sites for RV and tent campers along the banks of the South Fork...

The Best RV Parks in the Florida Keys – A Complete Guide

The Best RV Parks in the Florida Keys – A Complete Guide

The first bout of cold weather sets RVers on the road south. Many choose to winter in Florida where the ultimate destination is the Florida Keys, where daytime temperatures in January average 75 degrees and snow is unknown. Since RV camping in the Florida Keys is such...

How to Find the Best Camper Trailer for Rent

How to Find the Best Camper Trailer for Rent

Purchasing a camper trailer typically means monthly payments, maintenance requirements, and yearly storage. For the average person, this might seem like a hassle – and honestly, it is! To avoid long-term commitment, many people choose to rent a camper trailer. This...

13 Best RV Parks In and Near San Diego

13 Best RV Parks In and Near San Diego

San Diego is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the United States, with approximately 35.8 million visitors per year. And many of them are RVers who are looking for RV Parks in and near San Diego. It is notorious for its sandy, white beaches, beautiful...

9 Practical Tips to Start Full Time RV Living

9 Practical Tips to Start Full Time RV Living

People of all ages and backgrounds are making the decision to hit the road and RV full time. While some folks are retirement age and ready to enjoy that hard earned freedom, others are taking their jobs and life on the road at a younger age. So, we thought we would...

Class A vs Class C RV and How to Decide Which is Best

Class A vs Class C RV and How to Decide Which is Best

Susan and I own a Class C RV but we are considering buying a Class A Motorhome. So, we looked at the pros and cons of a Class A vs Class C RV and How to Decide Which is Best. The main factors we are taking into consideration are: Ability to Tow a Car Amenities...

7 Best Backup Cameras for an RV or Travel Trailer

7 Best Backup Cameras for an RV or Travel Trailer

So, you've just arrived at the campground, and you're ready to settle in for a long weekend of relaxation. That is, until, you realize that your site is not a pull-through, but rather a back-in. Even the most experienced RVers cringe at the thought of backing up their...

Is RV Driving School Worth the Money?

Is RV Driving School Worth the Money?

So, you did it! You just went out and purchased your first RV. Heading off on a new adventure can be much more enjoyable when you understand the ins and outs of operating your new RV systems and handling it on the road. A great way to do this is to attend an RV...

8 Small RVs With a Washer and Dryer

8 Small RVs With a Washer and Dryer

I always thought I that if I wanted a washer and dryer in my RV I'd have to buy a really big RV. So, we looked into it and discovered that small RVs can have a washer and dryer too! So, we decided to put together our list of Smallest RVs With a Washer and Dryer. For...

Mike And Sue With RV On Ferry To Marthas Vineyard

Hi, we are Mike and Susan. We have been camping and RVing for most of our lives and we have camped all over the country. And while we are camping and RVing we also enjoy hiking, biking, and fishing too. We have spent countless hours researching and trying all sorts of gear and ideas to make the most of our time. Now we want to share what we’ve learned with you.

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