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.
We get it, you love the outdoors and want to feel like you're one with nature. And, you may have been operating on the belief that tent camping is the best way to do this. We want to challenge your thinking! There's a lot to be said for why RV camping is better than tent camping. Don't believe us? Keep reading...
Imagine hitting the road on a long-awaited vacation in your RV. Your family is excited and you can't wait to start making memories. But, before you get to your destination you notice something isn't quite right. This could be the thing that ruins your trip. Or, if you're familiar with the common RV problems, it can be something that you take in stride.
If your pet is part of your family then you understand how frustrating it can be when you travel. You want to take them with you but there aren't many hotels that are accommodating of pets. And, it can be tough for your man's best friend to be stuck in a small space for entire days of traveling. Those are just a few of the reasons why traveling with an RV is a great way to travel if you want to bring the WHOLE family with you. Once you hit the road you can check out one of these 15 pet-friendly RV destinations.
There's not much to not like about RVing. You can travel all over and see all that the country has to offer while enjoying the comforts of home. But, there is one thing that most RVers wish that they could skip—emptying the tank. If you want to truly enjoy a seamless trip in your you need to know the best way to handle emptying the tank. When you have that down it's actually faster and easier than you would think.
Traveling the coast in an RV can provide you with opportunities to see beautiful things that you wouldn't get to see if you were traveling any other way. Your RV allows you to take your time as you drive through states. The west coast is filled with overlooks and viewpoints that provide you with places to view some of the most incredible natural and manmade destinations. Here are 5 that are definitely worth stopping to look at:
RVing is all about enjoying life on the road and getting away from the stress of life, right? While that can be true it doesn't mean that you want to get away from all the comforts of home as well. Some RVers like the option of being able to unplug from the modern world while they are away. However, that's not true for everyone. Some RVers want the option to stay connected and others, like full-time RVers, need to have the ability to access the internet to work remotely. So, how do you stay connected while on the road?
Are you ready to head out on the road in your RV but feel just a little guilty that you might not be traveling in the "greenest" way? It might reassure you to know that traveling in your RV is much better for the environment than heading off to a hotel. These buildings full of guests are using electricity and water all day and night and are tossing out food that goes uneaten after each continental breakfast. And, to top it off, there are some additional ways that you can make your RV travel greener.
If you want to laugh in disgust every time the song comes on singing "It's the most wonderful time of the year...." you aren't alone. The holiday season can be a stressful one for many people. If you're fed up with the effort that goes into the holiday season and just want to get away and enjoy the festivities of Christmas there are many places that you can do this while on the road.
The RVing community is amazing! Seriously, everywhere you go there are other RVers that are happy to help you out, lend a hand, or offer some helpful advice. If you are thinking about becoming a full-time RVer there is a lot that you can learn from others to help make your experience easier. To help you out, we did the research and compiled some great advice from 5 full-time RVers on what they wished they had known before they started.