Finding dog friendly accommodations means that your entire family will get to enjoy RVing. As seen in this video, many RV parks actually go out of their way to make their campgrounds dog friendly. It only makes sense to patronize those that do.
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Long Term OFF-Grid RV Living vs. Long Term ON-Grid RVing: See The Costs, Comforts, Pros And Cons Associated With Each
Have you considered living off the grid in your RV? I’ve been full-time RVing for the past 7 years. I split my time between long term stays in RV parks and living off the grid in my RV as a nomad wandering with the weather. If you'll be staying in one place for at least 6 months at a time, then living off the grid (boondocking) is an option that you might want to consider. I've put together this helpful guide to give you an idea of what to expect in the way of living expenses and overall comfort when living off the grid in an RV, compared to on-grid RV living. See the costs and comforts associated with both on- and off-grid RV camping.
Wondering which electric bike for RV owners is best? I live full-time in an RV travel trailer and I just bought my first e-Bike. My choice for an RV electric bike is one that folds in half, making storage simple! Mine is the Lectric XP ebike. I'll share with you some tips to make sure you get the right e-bike setup for your needs while RVing and camping.
How RV Nomads Set Up Seasonal RV Travel Routes And Find Places To Stay Where The Temperatures Are Comfortable
How RV nomads plan their seasonal RV travel routes. These are the best RV apps to use when following 70-degree temps is your main goal. Find places to stay!
Pros & Cons Of National Park Camping vs. National Forest Camping: Here’s What You Can Expect At Each
Trying to decide between National Forest camping vs. National Park camping? Having done both, I can attest to the fact that there are pros and cons to each. Here's what you need to know about RV camping in or near National Parks. If backcountry camping in an RV is your goal the next time you visit a National Park, start here!
If cheap RV living is your goal -- as it was mine -- here's proof that you can manage living in an RV fulltime. Even on a fixed income! I've found that living in an RV is attainable for about $500 a month -- whether you drive and park for free for 1 month, or you spend a month at a time in an RV park. I'll show you the numbers...
Jim and I have used our Good Sam Club membership card at lots of different RV campgrounds to save on camping costs AND at lots of different Camping World stores (and online) to save on RV parts and accessories. Those discounts alone have more than paid for our membership. Here's why we think membership in the Good Sam Club is a good thing -- especially for new RVers who are planning their first RV trips.
Here's a guide with helpful tips for RVers describing the differences between RV parks, RV resorts, and RV campgrounds. Plus, advice on how to find the best RV campground reviews, so you'll have a better idea what a place is like before you arrive.
Following is a brief review of the places we stayed on a recent RV trip to Kentucky. We traveled along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, visiting bourbon distilleries during the day and camping at RV parks at night. We stayed at 3 different campgrounds -- each of which we would recommend and stay at again in the future. Each place accommodates big rigs like our 40-foot motorhome.
Nude RVing is a lifestyle that is rapidly catching on. So are clothing-optional family-friendly vacations that involve camping. Here's what you can expect and where to find nude campgrounds in the U.S.