Tuesday, September 26, 2023


What is your favorite RVtravel.com newsletter?

Okay, we’ll admit it. We know this is a trick question. Why? Because we know that ALL RVtravel.com newsletters are your favorite! Come on… you can’t deny that!

But if you had to pick one of our newsletters and call it your favorite, which would it be? Do you enjoy Saturday’s newsletter the most, with its lifestyle, advice, travel, etc., articles? Or is Sunday’s news newsletter your favorite? What about our Monday-Friday RV Daily Tips, where you get tips, RV reviews, maintenance and repair advice, trivia, and more? Or how about our Full-Time RVer newsletter? Or Tony’s Great RV Accessories newsletter (new issue coming at you on Monday, by the way!)?

Go on, pick a favorite. And if you’re not subscribed to all of our newsletters, well, that’s just silly! Learn more about them and sign up here.

Emily Woodbury
Emily Woodburyhttps://www.rvtravel.com
Emily Woodbury is the editor here at RVtravel.com. She was lucky enough to grow up alongside two traveling parents, one domestically by RV (yep, Chuck Woodbury) and the other for international adventures, and has been lucky to see a great deal of our world (and counting!). She lives near Seattle with her dog and chickens. When she's not cranking out 365+ newsletters for RVtravel.com she's hiking, cooking or, well, probably traveling.


  1. tough choice…the collection of all flavors of the daily releases makes for a great read daily. Keep up the top notch production. This is why I paid for the subscription

  2. We only got to RV for about 5 years and miss the lifestyle very much. I really wish I’d known about the RV Newbies newsletter early on. We really could have used it. We went into our RV purchase seriously blind and learned by trial and many errors. We made the most of our 5 years, travelling tens of thousands of miles before selling in 2019. I still read the weekend editions because I did love traveling in our RV so much and I don’t totally want to let go.

  3. Read it every day and didn’t really realize there were different themes on different days. I just read for the enjoyment of whatever is there.

  4. With such excellent content in each of the newsletter, it is difficult to pick one! I picked Daily Tips only because it has the maintenance info and tips. But they are all great. Thanks for the devotion to the industry. (And thanks for telling it like it is!)

  5. I always read Chuck’s editorial, both sat and sun. The best feature was Chuck’s solo videos, they were much like how I traveled prior to marriage.

    • I agree,Chuck writes very interesting stories,and would like to see him do videos, perhaps like Andy Rooney of 60 minutes did on peculiarities of his many travels.

  6. I like them all as well, but my favourite is the series of articles is by Gail Marsh, “Around the Campfire” excellent! We love to sit around the campfire with new friends as we travel and ask the questions too. We have learned a lot from the more experienced RV’er. Thank you!

  7. Actually I read RVTravel every day. I even clutter your email box. I do miss “Interstellar Orchard”, I guess she grew up and put down roots.

  8. Daily Tips, Saturday, & Sunday, all about equal. Miss the quote of the day & special annual day tips on the weekends.

  9. This was one of the hardest questions. I look forward to each for the packed info they present. I only picked the first because it was first. Should have had a sixth option, “All of the above.”


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