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Daily Archives: September 28, 2018

RV Travel Newsletter Issue 865

Learn about RV camping, RV travel, RV news and much more. This newsletter, now in its 18th year of continuous publication, is funded primarily...

What we learned about you last week (September 22-28)

By Emily Woodbury Another busy week here at RV Travel. We've got a lot in store for this little website and big community so stay...

RV Electricity – Pedestal cleanup after a flood

Clean Up, Clean Up, Everybody Clean Up….  This is a really important maintenance procedure that ALL campgrounds should  perform after any flooding that puts their...

How long before you pay off your RV loan?

Is your RV paid off? If so, bet it feels good, eh? Or maybe you paid cash for it, so you never had a...

Wanted: Your experiences with road service providers

By Russ and Tiña De MarisWe're doing research for an upcoming story on emergency road service programs. We'd like to talk with RVers who...

Accident or breakdown: You’ll wish you had these road flares

You might think that some road safety equipment is not that important, especially when you are trying to reduce the amount of stuff you...

Opportunities for nudist campers to boondock on public lands

Here's a question from a reader of RVtravel.com about boondocking.  Hi Bob, My wife and I are nudists and we are joining the (winter) seasonal RV crowd....

17-foot Karmann Danny 530 camper van debuts with rear bath, sleeps 4

More camper van manufacturers are starting to explore the advantages of squeezing compact bathrooms into 17-foot vans. The all-new Karmann Danny 530 debuts as...

Tennessee State Parks named best in nation

The state of Tennessee can be proud that the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA) has named Tennessee State Parks as...

Camp free at Nevada state parks on Public Lands Day, Sept. 29

Nevada state parks will be going "fee-free" on Saturday, Sept. 29, in honor of the state's Public Lands Day, reports 3 News Las Vegas....

Rincon Mountains east of Tucson will be on fire in mid-October

Fire officers warn campers and hikers that they will likely see smoke from a planned prescribed burn in the Rincon Mountains east of Tucson...

Durango, CO, will no longer issue citations to homeless campers

Based on a ruling from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that said prosecuting homeless people for sleeping on public property when there...