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Roadtreking: New technology

(Sept. 26, 2018) -- This episode comes to you from Elkhart, Indiana, the RV Capital of the world. We talk about what we’re seeing here this week at RV Open House, recorded on location at the RV Hall of Fame in Elkhart and featuring a comnveration with Darryl Searer, the president of this awesome museum and exhibit center. Read More »

RV Life: Waterfront campground for only $20 a night

(Sept. 26, 2018) -- So, when we were traveling through California during the fall a couple of years ago with a similar forecast, we were surprised to find that we had our choice of waterfront campsites to choose from at Medeiros Campground. Not only waterfront and uncrowded, but a large shade tree too! Read More »

Girl Camper: Dumb things I saw RVers do

(Sept. 25, 2018) -- While I was doing the driving I was tutoring my daughter on things to be aware of when behind the wheel. I used Mark Polk’s tips for towing to teach her road awareness, merging rules, and safe speeds for the conditions and terrain. As we rolled along though I saw a few things that became lessons in the “what not to do” category. Read More »

AR: Airstreams visit downtown El Dorado

(Sept. 25, 2018) -- Happy campers: The Wally Byam Caravan Club International rolled into El Dorado on Thursday with a group of around three dozen Airstream campers. The campers are stationed around the courthouse downtown. This is the first such event in Arkansas history. Read More »

Airstream launches ultra-luxury camper van

(Sept. 25, 2018) -- This is where Airstream’s Interstate Nineteen comes in. They’ve condensed their best-selling Interstate EXT trailer into a “smaller, nimbler 19-foot package.” The best part? It can fit into a parking spot. Read More »

MT: Autumn camping is great in the Bitterroot

(Sept. 24, 2018) -- The Bitterroot National Forest has closed a few campgrounds and turned off water services in advance of freezing temperatures, but don't let that stop you from getting out into the nearby forests for a day hike or some overnight camping. Read More »