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Mike Wendland is a veteran journalist who, with his wife, Jennifer, travels North America in a small motorhome, blogging about the people, places, joys and adventure of RV life on the road at He and Jennifer also host the weekly RV Podcast and do twice-weekly videos on the YouTube RV Lifestyle Channel. They have written 10 books on RV travel.

The Tupperware Museum: Off the Beaten Path in Florida

It seems there's a museum for everything. Have you heard of the Tupperware Museum? It's a pretty fascinating place. This article on the Tupperware Museum in Florida is from Tom and Patti Burkett, who report on off the beaten path spots they discover as they travel the country in their RV. You can hear them […]Read More

The Fabulous 2021 Florida RV Supershow is ON for Jan 13-17

After a year of RV show cancellations because of COVID, the RV Show season is set to roar back next month with the 2021 Florida RV Supershow in Tampa Jan. 13-17. Here's what to expect: Because the Florida RV Supershow is mostly outside, organizers say they are confident that social distancing, wearing masks inside the […]Read More

11 of the BEST Florida Beach Campgrounds [Gulf Coast]

Looking for a winter escape? Try these 11 Florida Beach Campgrounds on the Gulf Coast. You'll never want to come back to winter! The time to plan your Florida beach campground getaway is RIGHT NOW! Florida beach campgrounds are in great demand and you need reservations to snag that perfect spot. Florida is one of […]Read More

15 of the Best Florida Beach RV Campgrounds

Looking for the Best Florida Beach RV Campgrounds? We've put together a complete list of the ones we like the most and can wholeheartedly recommend!  Look at Jennifer in that photo above. Now you understand why we love camping in Florida so much! Florida beaches make up some of the most unique and gorgeous beaches […]Read More

Bats You Gotta See Now Off the Beaten Path in Florida

Don't let this creep you out but this off the beaten path report is about bats — the kind with wings. There are a number of places across the U.S. where you can see mass flyouts of these nocturnal mammals, and we encourage you to make time for one or all of them. Some are in […]Read More

Florida to Utah following the “330 Rule”

We are now in Utah, after six days of driving between Fort Walton Beach, FL and – as I post – just oustside of Moab, Utah. That's about 2,000 miles of driving and almost all of it was done keeping our 330 Rule. At least part of it. To make up for the work we […]Read More

Epic RV Show Review: The Florida Supershow

We had a ball last week in Tampa, attending the 2019 Florida RV Supershow. More than 26 acres at the Florida State Fairgrounds were filled with more than 1,500 RVs of all sizes and shapes. Plus, 400 vendors were selling RV-related accessories and services. Jennifer and I spent four full days at the show, concentrating […]Read More

Catching (and releasing) monster sharks from our Florida beach

Land based shark fishing is a rapidly growing sport that is producing some huge fish. And the monsters – 10, 12, as long as 15 feet – are being caught and then released right off the very same beaches many of us swim in. Take our favorite spot on Okaloosa Island on the Gulf of […]Read More

The Best of Three Worlds: The addition of our Florida condo

We now have the best of three worlds: The Roadtreking world, where we can go anywhere, stay anywhere and boondock far off the grid in spectacular wilderness or enjoy luxury resort-style campgrounds; Our home in Michigan which is located on a beautifully wooded lot with a trout stream in the backyard; and now our new […]Read More

Hurricane Damage at Florida’s Gamble Rogers State Park

While we were noodling down the eastern seaboard, enjoying the fall foliage in the Shenandoah, things were a bit more hectic for my family here in northeastern Florida. Hurricane Matthew came up the coast just offshore in mid-October, spreading a half foot or more of rain and 70-80 mile per hour winds throughout the area. […]Read More

Episode 116: Get out there and Hike the Florida Trail

In this episode of the podcast we talk about one of the best kept secrets in the nationwide system of hiking trails – the Florida Trail, a 1,300 mile trail that runs across the state and is very accessible to RVers. Plus news about a rowdy bull moose in Montana, self-driving RVs and an update […]Read More