RV Recipes: Awesome All American Apple Pie

This week we've pulled out of our RV Recipes box a worldwide favorite: Apple Pie, which you can make at home or in the RV This recipe is simple and delightful and a always a very welcomed treat for dessert when we are traveling in our RV, having a family picnic or when asked to […]Read More

Alarming trend: RV Unfriendly Walmart Parking

Is Walmart RV parking going away? There are more and more RV unfriendly Walmart parking lots these days.  You most likely know that Walmart is an international company with hundreds of stores across the United States.  But you may not know the history and ties between Walmart and the RVing community.  As an RV enthusiast, […]Read More

RV Podcast 306: How to find a campsite despite the crowds

A lot of RVers are asking these days: How to find a campsite despite the crowds? The national news media has been filled with stories in recent weeks claiming that campgrounds are bursting at the seams across the country as people are taking up camping and RVing because they are afraid to take traditional vacations […]Read More

3 Critical RV Bad Weather Tips

RVers need to follow these bad weather tips when severe storms are in the forecast As I am writing this blog, tropical storm Isaias is heading for the East Coast.   RVers along the Eastern Coast of the United States are bracing and wondering what steps to take during impending bad weather.  Watching the weather and the […]Read More

3 super helpful RV Clubs to join

RV Clubs offer great ways to make the RV Lifestyle even more enjoyable by connecting with a community of like-minded travelers, saving money, and getting help if you break down on the road. Jennifer and I are not, by general practices, joiners. And we didn't think we would be particularly fond of camping in big […]Read More

17 steps for quick RV setup at a campground

RV setup at a campground for newbies can be a daunting experience those first few times. Here's a very helpful checklist for you. We're in a Class C RV so the things we do and the order in which we do them may differ for you if you are in something different. But generally, whatever […]Read More

A fabulously fun off the beaten path visit to Storybook Land, SD

It was one of those picture-perfect October days, late in the afternoon, when we pulled into the parking lot of Storybook Land in Aberdeen, South Dakota. By Tom & Patti Burkett “Storybook Railroad closed for the season,” the sign read at the entrance as if to ward off the oncoming disappointment from a carload of children.   […]Read More

RV Recipes: Make Ahead Cinnamon Rolls

Here's another great treat from Chef MJ's collection or RV Recipes! Whether you are baking ahead for an upcoming camping trip or just want to have a yummy breakfast treat at home, homemade cinnamon rolls always hit the spot!  I love cinnamon rolls fresh out of the oven, cooled slightly but still warm and gooey.  […]Read More

10 Easy RV Tips about cleaning RV floors

We have some RV tips for you this week that comes from our Facebook community in answer to a question about cleaning RV Floors. John was the original poster on our Facebook Group and he asked: QUESTION: What is the best way or tool to vacuum and mop my RV? In the first two hours […]Read More

RV Podcast 305: What RV travel during COVID is REALLY like

This week in the RV Podcast, we hear what RV travel during COVID is like. RVers from across North America candidly share their experiences, what was open, what was closed, how welcome they were, and what it’s like trying to do the RV Lifestyle in these challenging times.  This week in our interview of the […]Read More

RV Recipes: Tangy Lemon Yogurt Brownies

From our RV Recipes collection comes a dessert treat of tangy lemon yogurt brownies that is simply delicious and a snap to make. By Chef MJ Curry This RV Recipes twist on the traditional brownies is a refreshing delight especially in the summertime.  You can prepare these brownies ahead of a camping adventure or right […]Read More

RV Podcast #304: Rising COVID fears and RV Travel

Rising COVID fears and RV Travel uncertainty are causing RVers to stay closer to home and be much more cautious in their plans for the rest of the summer and into fall. As the nation once again finds COVID rates dramatically rising, RVers are wondering what to do with summer travel plans. “Should we stay or […]Read More