RV websites we like for May 14, 2016

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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.


National Park maps

The National Park Service publishes tons of great free maps. Matt Holly, a park ranger with the NPS, has collected them all and posted them on this site, where you can download PDF and image files of any U.S. national park map. This site currently has 1,006 free high-resolution national park maps to view, save, and download. From NPmaps.com.

12 can’t-miss U.S. museum exhibits this spring.
Pop culture and pot culture. Megacities and dollhouses. Salvador Dalí and Walt Disney’s unlikely friendship. U.S. museums are getting creative this spring and are taking interactivity to a new level. Explore these new and special spring exhibits. From USA Today.

Camp Florida. Tons of information about RVing and camping in Florida.

How to drive a motorhome safely. Safety advice from Geico, including a video.

Surplus slideout supplies. When you need a part for your RV’s slideout and don’t require “brand new.”

Tow guide and ratings. Downloadable towing guides from Trailer Life. A valuable resource for trailer owners and would-be owners.

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I love your newsletter. It has so much valuable information. I especially like the new RV picture and how you use it section. We have been living in our Class A Newmar for 2 years FT and as much as I like living in it I hate driving it and often wish we had gotten a super C instead. There are so many car reliability comparisons but it is really hard to get reliable RV comparisons. Keep up the great work.