Meet the Millennials: What They Want and Expect in their RVs

Millennials (those ranging in age from 18-34 years) now outnumber the Baby Boomers and they are also elevating themselves in their RV interests. While only a few years ago they might have been a small demographic for camping, motorhomes and RVing, those statistics have changed.  Camping Report indicated in 2016 that millennials made up 38% of campers and while that number is growing, so is their very specific demands in mobile living. (more…)
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Happy RV Traveling with Your Pets

We love our pets and those that are involved in mobile travel, including RV’s, trailers and mini-RV’s want to bring out pets with us to enjoy our trips. The Recreational Vehicle Industry Association reports that 61% of RV owners surveyed travel with their pets. However, to keep our furred family members happy and healthy, there are some guidelines that you need to follow. (more…)
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Road Schooling Your kids – Living the full time Life

The challenge of getting a good education in the RV while on the road can be addressed with some fairly good preparation combined with understanding the needs of your kids. One of the key elements that must be taken into consideration is that kids “stagger” their activities. This is due to less room available. (more…)
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Ultimate Guide to Planning Your RV Trip

Taking a trip in your RV can be an incredible adventure. However, ensuring that you have the best time and create the most phenomenal memories includes exceptional planning and preparation; and some of this must be done far in advance. (more…)
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24 Essentials to Keep in Your RV

You’ve always imagined traveling around in an RV and now you own one. As exciting as it is, it can be daunting figuring out just what the heck you need to take with you. Particularly when space is so limited. I mean, just what constitutes an “essential” in the world of RVing? Keep reading to find out! (more…)
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Earning an Income While Living in An RV – It’s Easier Than You Think

Have you ever dreamed about a life of freedom, living and traveling around in an RV? The thought appeals to many people. But, once “reality” sets in, and they realize they would have to quit their job to fulfill this dream, these same people decide to put their dream on a shelf until they retire. But you don’t have to wait for your life of freedom – you can have it now. (more…)
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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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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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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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