As an RV owner, you have a big advantage over other campers—you don't have to sleep in the cold! If you've ever taken a tent camping and gotten caught in colder weather than you expected, you know just how big of a benefit this really is. But even with an RV, you don't necessarily want to jump in the RV and head out on the road in colder temperatures without doing a little prep work beforehand.
Wanderlust is a term that has seemed to take over our nation over the past few years. This desire to travel and see what the country has to offer has led many people, of all ages, to take to RVing. With this rise in RVing interest, camper vans have been a rising trend as well. If you're new to the RVing world, you may wonder what people see in this type of an RV and why so many people are choosing this lifestyle over a traditional one including buying a home. Well, the truth is, there are a lot of things that are attracting people to these Class B RVs.
Just like with buying a used car, there are some great advantages to purchasing a used RV. It's a great option for getting a great deal on the perfect RV that fits your needs. But just like buying a used car, you want to make sure that you're not getting stuck with a lemon. If you are considering purchasing a used RV, keep the following things in mind:
What do you think of when you think of RVing? Campfires and stunning views of wide-open spaces, mountains, oceans, or forests? Have you ever considered that RVing could be for more than that? What if you want to get away from home and enjoy all that the city has to offer? RV urban camping allows you to have the comforts and convenience of your RV while enjoying the excitement of city life. But before you pack up the RV and head out to start your city camping adventure check out these tips to make the most out of your trip.
It's that time of year again—fall! If you are the type that loves pumpkin spice, fall colors, apple pies, and the like then this is your time. It also makes for a great time to travel around the country to check out the festivals that are taking place all around. So, grab your family or friends, pack up the RV, and hit the road. Here are three fall festivals that you might want to check out.
RVs have drastically changed what eating on the road means! Gone are the days of needing to hit the drive-thru as you work towards your end destination. And, campground food no longer has to be hotdogs. It doesn't even have to be cooked over a fire. While RV kitchens aren't new, what they provide continues to expand and improve. Now, whether you want to whip up an incredible menu for your tailgate, or have a Thanksgiving dinner that reminds you of home, you can.
Remember when RVing was more popular among the retirement crowd? It used to be something that people enjoyed once they stepped away from work and wanted to travel the country. But, that's not how it is any longer. People of all ages are RVing. There are full-time RVers of all different ages out there including entire families traveling the country together. And, while this diversity has created some great RV parks across the country, they may not be exactly what you're looking for in your retirement years.
Do you ever wonder how people are full-time RVers before their retirement years? Is your wanderlust getting stronger and you're ready to hit the road but still need income? Or, do you just love RVing and wonder if you can make a little money because of it? If you can relate, then keep reading as we explore 7 ways you can make your RV work for you.
There's a lot more to an RV than layouts, luxury features, and the comforts of home. These might be the things that you think about first when you think of an RV, but they aren't the only things you should consider when purchasing one. Remember, your RV isn't just a home away from home. It's a vehicle. And, that means you also need to think about all those things that impact how the RV drives.