Thursday, October 29, 2020

Use the GOAL method to back up your RV

By Russ and Tiña De Maris   For many new RVers, the greatest challenge of the new lifestyle is that of backing up the rig. Even...

New RVer asks: What do camp site length restrictions mean?

By Russ and Tiña De Maris "We are transitioning from tent camping to towing a travel trailer this year. We will be towing a 19.5'...

Go your awning carpet one better

By Russ and Tiña De Maris No matter where we travel, for some reason as RVers we want to somewhat "civilize" the world. At night...

Give your pet more room to roam in the campground

Many pet owners are not satisfied at the tight restrictions placed on their pet's freedom of movement by portable fences and enclosures or by...

Three day rule can enrich camping experience

By Gerry Bruder When I was a new RVer, I rushed from campground to campground like a shopper scurrying through the aisles at a department...

Free camping — at wildlife refuges

By Bib Difley Be on the lookout for Fish and Wildlife refuges, both national and state, for good boondocking and cheap camping opportunities. When there...

Best ways to choose a campground

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Not all campsites are created equal. Some differences are obvious — the view from the site in one can...

Trying to save money? Read the fine print!

By Russ and Tiña De Maris It seems a common thread among RVers is that of trying to get the most mileage out of the...

Extend your stay with these battery saving tips

Whether you're stopping for the night at a Wal-Mart or dry camping for a week in the outback, you will at some time need...

Needed: a new kind of campground

By Chuck Woodbury, editor RVtravel.com I wrote this a couple of years ago after returning from a cross country trip in my motorhome. For whatever...

Cleaning up looks good and feels good

By Greg Illes We've all rolled into a campsite and found trash lying around. Cans and bottles and candy wrappers are the usual offenses, but...

Craft a clothing kit for any encounter

By Greg Illes My wife and I have a running joke — she asks me how the weather is going to be, and I tell her that...

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