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Quick way to verify a campsite length

By Dave Helgeson Do you camp often in public campgrounds? Maybe you find the maximum length restrictions listed in campground directories unreliable? Do you wish...

Five quick tips about your RV awning

By Mark Polk, RV Education 101® A patio awning extends the living area of our outdoor world. Similar to the front porch of your home,...

Try out a propane campfire when burning wood just won’t do

By Greg Illes Let's face it — a wood campfire is the ultimate outdoor experience in so many ways. The dancing flames, flickering light and...

Electric power: You pay for it – learn to read the meter

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Spend any amount of time at all in a commercial RV park and you’re apt to get a power...

(Mis)Adventures with pull-throughs

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Is a pull-through site better than a back-in? Friends of ours asked us to stop in for a visit as...

Spiff up your campsite patio with a colorful patio mat

Not all RV campsite patios have a nice surface to walk on outside your door. Or maybe you're tired of the same old green...

Solar lamp for your campsite or picnic table

  This solar lamp gets its power from the sun and converts it into clean electricity to light your campsite or picnic table. No wires...

Echolocation technology enables safer backing up

Rear View Safety, a distributor of vehicle safety solutions, is looking toward 2018 with the release of the RVS-112-W Waterproof Backup Sensor Reversing System. An...

Beware your RV slideout

You may not have thought about it, but that slideout on your RV that makes your living space so roomy can also be your...

NuCam WR wireless camera assists backing into campsites

  By Mike Richardson When you schedule a weekend camping trip in Oregon, you know you risk a rainy time. So it wasn’t a total surprise when...

Extend-A-Line provides a clothes/towel drying solution

  By Bob Difley Summer is about to arrive at last, putting the nasty winter weather behind us, and luring us RVers into our active lifestyle...

Take care with campfires

  By Chris Dougherty Chris Dougherty is a certified RV technician and former professional fireman. Here is an article he wrote while he was serving...