6 Perfect States with the Least Snow

Planning for future RV travel? Need to know where it doesn't snow? Here's the top 6 states with the least snow to get you started on your plans. #6 of states with the least snow – Georgia When it comes to Georgia and snow, it's all about what area you visit. For example, parts of […]Read More

Is 2021 year of the RV? Here are 5 strong reasons the answer is Yes!

The industry says 2021 is the year of the RV. RV sales are going through the roof. Dealers are reporting that customers are buying them over the phone, sight unseen.  RV trends in 2021 are all fueled by concerns over cleanliness brought about by the coronavirus and the strong desire to get out of the […]Read More

S’More Chocolate Pudding Regular or Vegan [RV Recipe]

If you like to have a sweet treat available for dessert or a snack while camping… S'more Chocolate Pudding is an easy one to put on the menu plan.  For convenience:  You can purchase ready made refrigerated and or the shelf stable type to store in your RV fridge or pantry and then kick it […]Read More

5 Great Places for RVers Who Hate the Rain

We can safely consider ourselves among those RVers who hate the rain and are looking for places that have little rainfall. But try as we might to lay out the best plans for our RVing adventures, our RV Lifestyle Fellow Travelers know that it's simply impossible to control the weather.  The best you can do […]Read More

5 Former U.S. National Parks to Visit in 2021

Did you know there are former U.S. National Parks still worth a visit? RV Lifestyle Fellow Travelers know how lucky the U.S. is to have a National Parks Service that lets them get up close and personal with some of the most beautiful locations in North America.  We write about them often — highlighting the […]Read More

7 Awesome Attractions in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

There is no shortage of attractions in Michigan's Upper Peninsula no matter what time of year you visit. Here are our Seven Favorites. Luckily for Jennifer and me, the Upper Peninsula (more commonly known as the U.P.) has been right in our backyard because we live just a couple hundred miles south in the lower […]Read More

How one RV Manufacturer gets around the Sprinter shortage

If you've tried to buy a Class B RV on the Mercedes Benz Sprinter chassis recently, you may have realized there is currently a Sprinter shortage. Because of the booming demand for small RVs on the popular Sprinter chassis and massive buys by Amazon, which uses them for delivery vans, most RV manufacturers simply can't […]Read More

Review of Nomad Internet for RV travelers

We tried Nomad Internet in our RV and came to really appreciate the fact that it is unlimited and unthrottled data. We tested Nomad Internet last summer and came away impressed by the service. The company has specialized in providing reliable, high-speed cellular Internet service to rural areas all across America.  Our experience was it […]Read More

RV Podcast 326: Parked RVs Bring Police Response

In the wake of the Nashville RV bombing of Christmas Day, a jittery public has been reporting parked RVs spotted on city streets, sending police to check them out. We’ll talk about that and why now may not be a good time for RVers to leave their units unattended on city streets in this episode […]Read More

What is Stealth Camping, and How Should You Do It in 2021?

Questions about Stealth Camping? Here are tips, benefits, and helpful info about stealth camping. Stealth camping is camping without being noticed. Some people do this in urban areas, while some venture into wild locations. Sometimes the camping is considered legal, while other times it’s illegal (which we don’t recommend!). For many, it's done thinking it's […]Read More

Ship your RV to Alaska in 2021 – New pros and cons

For some, it makes sense to ship your RV to Alaska.  For those in the Lower 48, Alaska is a long, long way to travel. Even if you reach the Seattle-Tacoma area, figure another 40 plus hours of driving to reach Anchorage. One way to avoid the long drive is to ship your RV to […]Read More

RV Living 101: Our Complete Guide to the Most Helpful RV Resources

Keeping the RV Lifestyle carefree means having easy access to helpful RV Living resources. That's why we're publishing this RV Travel master list. Be sure to bookmark and share it! Jennifer and I have spent years collecting them. So bookmark this post. We know it will come in handy sometime. RV Living 101: Road and […]Read More

27 Effortless Winter Camping Tips for RVers

Your RV need not be in storage during the cold months. Get out there! Here are 27 Effortless Winter Camping Tips for RVers.   We are always amazed at how many RVers who live in northern states and provinces leave their RV in storage from the first frost until spring. Some, we know, are snowbirds, heading […]Read More

The Original RV – The Covered Wagon

Ever wonder what the original RV was? Wonder no more. You know the answer. It was a Covered Wagon. We RVers have our heritage and it really starts on Interstate 80 in Nebraska, America’s heartland. That's probably the main east-west route most RVers take when they head west to visit the National parks. I-80 was […]Read More