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All-electric RVs: Boon or bane for boondockers?

We have all seen the headlines for all-electric RVs: "Explosive growth in everything electric," "All-electric Lightship RV coming this spring," "All-electric RVs are here,"...

Can outside temperature be too cold for an RV refrigerator to cool?

Today’s Fact or Fiction Question Fact or Fiction? Outside temperatures can be too cold for an RV absorption refrigerator to cool. *Paraphrased/condensed from this source. Answer: Fact! Outside...

Fact or Fiction? Outside temperatures can be too cold for an RV refrigerator to cool

RV blogs, social media groups and YouTube videos have exploded over the past couple of years. Some provide great information, others questionable information and...

Ghost Town Trails: Castle Dome City, Arizona—perfect for nearby snowbirds

This month we will travel to Castle Dome City, Arizona, a more temperate place to visit this time of year than November's featured ghost...

Three generations of camping tradition continued in 2022

As a child, my wife camped with her family at a now very popular state park in Western Washington. I won’t name it because...

RV Fact or Fiction? A propane furnace emits lots of moisture ANSWER

Today’s Question: RV Fact or Fiction? To keep RV windows from sweating, use an electric space heater instead of the RV propane furnace as propane...

RV Fact or Fiction? A propane furnace emits lots of moisture

RV blogs, social media groups and YouTube videos have exploded over the past couple of years. Some provide great information, others questionable information and...

DC to DC charger: Does your RV need one?

What is a DC to DC charger and should my RV be equipped with one? Before that question can be answered, you will need to...

How many sewer hoses does an RVer need?

I have been around RVs all my life. My family entered the “trailer” business in 1937, manufacturing their own brand of trailers, with my...

Ghost Town Trails: Silver City, Utah – Heartbreak and thanksgiving

This month we will travel to Silver City, Utah, located just a few miles down the road from last month’s featured ghost town of...

Do idyllic campsites exist? Yes, and they’re not hard to find

Past RVtravel.com articles, like this one, question if the idyllic campsites pictured in RV industry ads really exist. Publisher Chuck Woodbury suggests they are...

Ghost Town Trails: Visit easily accessible old mining town, Eureka, Utah

Eureka, Utah, is the featured ghost town in this month’s installment of Ghost Town Trails. Last month we visited Greenhorn that has the unique...

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