RV websites we like for July 30, 2016


Here are a half dozen websites we believe will be of interest to the readers of RVtravel.com. Be sure to return every week for more great sites that will make your life, whether on the road or at home, better.

10 must-see underrated cities to visit this summer
Here are 10 under-the-radar locales to explore and enjoy for those who wish to avoid the tourist crowds. Examples are Pompano Beach, Fla.; Boise, Idaho; Sedona, Ariz.; and Grand Island, Neb. From U.S. News & World Report and msn.com.

29 summer slow-cooker recipes
An international potpourri of delicious recipes to cook in the slow-cooker when it’s too hot to “cook for real” in your RV galley. For example: Garlic-Parmesan Chicken (very popular on Pinterest), Chicken Quesadillas with Pico De Gallo, Beef Bourguignon, Root Beer Pulled Pork, Hawaiian BBQ Chicken Tacos, Crockpot Cherry Pie. Need we say more? From Delish.com and msn.com.

32 secrets park rangers want you to know
Here are great tips from the experts on what to do and not do when you’re visiting a national park. From Readers’ Digest and msn.com.

The 20 most beautiful forests in America.
“Escape the daily grind this summer with a trip to these lush, breathtaking landscapes.” From Country Living and msn.com

Comprehensive weather report. For any location. Includes a seven-day forecast, weather-related news, severe weather map, weather events, and more. From Weather Underground.

TV Fool. “Whenever I arrive at a new location I use this website to find the local TV channels using my air antenna. I just enter the zip code and then click on ‘find local channels.’ This tells me the channel numbers, how many miles away the station is located, and the direction to aim the antenna.” Many thanks to Mike Tamarkin for suggesting this great website!

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