5th Wheels vs Toy Haulers – Which is Better?

If you’re in the market for a towable, you might be feeling overwhelmed with the amount of options out there. From cozy couples’ campers to luxury 5th wheels with all the bells and whistles, there are just about as many kinds of trailers as there are travelers. (more…)
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Everything You Need to Know About Travel Trailers & Bunkhouses

New to RVing? Wondering what kind of rig is right for your family and lifestyle? In this article we’ll take a look at two types of RVs: the travel trailer and bunkhouse. You’ve probably heard these terms before but were maybe confused what they meant. Keep reading to find out if one suits you better. (more…)
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How to Determine the Top RVs to Buy

You are probably filled with the excitement of having made the decision to get an RV and head out on the road. However, there are a lot of variations involved in making the right purchase and above all, you want to ensure that you get the RV that is for you and any family members. These selections go beyond just size and price and extend into subjects that you will need to devote serious consideration to. We have put a list of things for you to contemplate and even use as your personal check list for your final choice. What is your true purpose for buying an RV? This is an important question because it delves into the actual reason for your RV purchasing choice. There are many types of RVers and they include weekend warriors, retirees that want long or extended trips, using your RV for your vacation traveling and then those that will be in their RVs full time. Of course, you may fall into one of these brackets with the intention of transitioning into another in a short time. …
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5 Reasons to Consider RVing Full-Time

When it comes to RV-ing, there are two kinds of people: those that are more comfortable dating the RV lifestyle, and those that want to tie the knot permanently. While traveling in an RV part-time offers a lot of perks and adventures, there’s something entirely special and unique about living and traveling in an RV full-time. Here are some reasons you might want to consider RVing full time: Reason 1: Life is Never Dull There is something to be said for a lifestyle that allows you to pick up and go anywhere at a moment’s notice. Whether you’re a single person, family, or retired couple, life that offers freedom and adventure is, well, incredibly special. Reason 2: Easier Travel for Work Far too many people spend more time at business conferences and trade shows than they do at home with their family. Well, this doesn’t have to be the case. Imagine getting to take your home and family with you? How nice would it be to travel around the country, meeting your business …
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5 Good Reasons to Rent an RV

When you think about renting an RV or motor home, you probably think about doing so for a trip or vacation. After all, touring around the country with all the comforts of home at your immediate disposal is a great way to have an adventure. And there is no denying that renting an RV is considerably cheaper than owning one, particularly if you will only be traveling once or twice a year. But there are plenty of other reasons why you might want to consider renting an RV. Special Events Many people look forward to attending special events like fairs, car races, sporting events and tailgate parties. What they don’t look forward to is trying to find accommodations along with hundreds if not thousands of other events attendees. And good luck finding good deals on hotels or motels during these events, as this peak season is when hotel operators typically raise prices. Many of these events happen in areas that offer RV grounds nearby. Some big events even have RV accommodations…
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6 RV Organization Tips for the New RV Owner

RVing can be the absolute best way to see this beautiful country. But if you’re new to these adventures on the road, you might find it hard living in such a small space, even part time. Most people have a hard time organizing all of the food, clothing and various accessories, not to mention kids toys and dog bowls, that are required when Rv-ing. Even the biggest RV interiors can seem tiny to those who are used to living in a traditional house. To help you organize and make the best use of your small space, and yes, to save your sanity, here are 6 organization tips that will improve your life on the road. Install Shelving You may find those cabinets in the kitchen just don’t give you enough space to store all of your dry goods, spices and dishware. An easy and affordable solution is to install lightweight shelves for more efficient use of wasted vertical space. Lightweight Modular Storage Bins How do you organize everything from clothing to medicines to t…
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How RV Financing Works

The idea of hitting the open road in their very own RV appeals to a lot of people. But as with most large purchases (home, car or boat), you will likely need to finance your RV. Before you sign on any dotted line, it’s important to fully understand how RV financing works. This article will discuss some of the most confusing aspects of obtaining financing for an RV. Reading it will hopefully help you understand how to get the best deals and save money. 3 Main Financing Factors Let’s take a look at the three main factors that will determine what kind of financing and interest rates will be available to you: Current Rates  The same way that home and auto loans have fluctuating interest rates, RV loans and interest rates are dependent on what the overall market is doing and are therefore not static. RV rates tend to mimic auto loan rates, so when you see that auto rates are low, it would be a good time to go shopping for that RV you’ve been eyeing. Credit Score  Perhaps t…
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5 Summer Destinations for A Family RV Trip

Spring is finally in the air, which means summer is right around the corner. And that means soon your kids will be saying, “I’m bored!” Well, there’s no better way to spend time with your family during summer vacation than touring around the United States in an RV. Seeing the beauty of this country at your own pace and leisure, and with all the comforts of home right at your disposal, will give your family memories that will last a lifetime. But the U.S. is a pretty big place, and you most likely won’t have the time (or the gas money) to see all of it this summer. But not to worry, we’ve complied 5 of the top summer destinations for a family RV trip. Crater Lake National Park  What is it about former volcanoes that gets people so excited? If you and your family are into exploring beautiful landscapes, head directly to Crater Lake National Park in Oregon. Formed from the remnants of a destroyed volcano, Crater Lake is the fifth oldest National Park in the country and boa…
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The Best Campgrounds for your RV Trip

When making your selection for an RV campground, there are a lot of personal variables, and these run a gamut from a natural environment to a location with all of the amenities. Your choice will also depend on whether you are looking for a campground that is family and pet friendly or if it’s just you two, looking to live the good life. We have created a list that addresses each of these preferences so that you can gauge which is best for your lifestyle. Crater Lake National Park Oregon From June to late September you can take your RV to one of the most desirable camping locations in the country. The grounds are breathtaking. You can park your RV in the south lake forests and simply enjoy the beauty of nature. The Mazama Campground sites run around $31 with a few of the sites with electric hookups that are priced at $35. Max RV length is 50’. Evert site has a food locker, fire ring, and picnic table. You will have access to flush toilets, drinking water, laundry and showers.…
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Family Activities on the Road

Rent an RV for your next family vacation. Seriously, just do it. RVing with kids is a great way for your family to tour the country without the hassle of airport lines, hotel fees and luggage fiascos. Your kids will love the feeling of driving down the road with their “house.” And you’ll love the chance to show your family all the amazing things this nation has to offer. In some ways, RVing with kids is like a family road trip. In other ways, it’s totally different. There are advantages and disadvantages (as there are with any travel option). This article will help you reduce the chance of stressful or unexpected situations, have a great family vacation and make the most out of your Campanda RV rental!
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