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RV Travel Newsletter Issue 839

Learn about RV camping, RV travel, RV news and much more. This newsletter, now in its 17th year of continuous publication, is funded primarily...

RV News for March 24–30, 2018

Return to RV Travel Issue 839. RV manufacturers' board rooms may be transformed into gymnasiums as execs are doing handsprings over the latest projection for...

Free up sticky zippers and snaps with Snap-Stick

Dirt and road grime play havoc with awning and screen room zippers, window sunshade snaps, and all exposed hinges. Frustrated RV owners often buy special...

No automatic levelers? No problem with LevelMatePRO

In this age of technology advances, everything is getting smarter. Now it's easier and more efficient to level trailers (and even drivable RVs when...

Heading “Out West”? Don’t miss these BLM gems!

Russ and Tiña De Maris The Weather Channel once published a photo-heavy feature called, "Most Amazing Hidden Gems in Every State." Included in the lot...

Hubby annoyed with wife’s “considerate” driving style

Dear RV Shrink: My husband and I share the driving time while traveling in our motorhome. We also pull a toad. We have different...

Will RVing be as popular in 20 years as it is today?

It appears that 2018 will be another banner year for RV shipments, up another 30,000 over 2017's record numbers of more than a half-million. As...

Readers’ Favorite Recipe: Einar’s Grilled Corn (with bacon!)

By Emily Woodbury STAFF WRITER We might be getting a little bit ahead of ourselves with this one here, as far as seasonality goes, but...

Forest River recalls some Surveyor trailers for fridge fire risk

Forest River is recalling certain 2018 Surveyor travel trailers, models SVT248BHLE and SVT248BHLE-OR. The refrigerator in the slideroom may have been installed without an...

Why I don’t boondock

By Chuck Woodbury To me, boondocking means staying in a beautiful place, away from a designated campground. There are no utility hookups and the...

Stop wasting water when cooking pasta

By Bob Difley One of the aspects of boondocking that always made me feel a bit guilty was our excessive use of water. My wife,...

Make Welcome Centers your first stop when you cross state lines

Here's a question from a reader of RVtravel.com about boondocking.  Hi Bob, We know where most of our state's best attractions and boondocking spots are, but have...