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Learn more about newly released RVs, accessories and outdoor products available for the RV and camping lifestyle. RV Daily Report also reviews products and accessories.

Gypsy Journal RV: It is a small world

(July 23, 2018) -- Our reasons for being in the Cincinnati area were threefold, to do some book promotion, to meet with my author friend Carol Ann Newsome for a discussion on books and publishing projects, and to do some genealogy research. Read More »

RV Life: Camp at a quiet state park

(July 23, 2018) -- Washington State doesn’t have as many state parks on the coast as Oregon and California, but we recently found one in a scenic, remote spot. Grayland Beach State Park is located off Highway 105 along the Pacific Coast and is only a ten-minute drive from Westport and a half-hour from Aberdeen. Read More »

YT: Walmart to end overnight RV camping this summer

(July 23, 2018) -- Maurice and Francoise St-Jules have spent many nights camped out in Walmart parking lots across the country. The couple, who said they have been been travelling their whole lives, drove their RV to the Yukon from their home in Red Deer, Alta. Read More »

British Columbia road trip: The art of getting lost

(July 23, 2018) -- The best road trips have few set plans. They’re about the thrill of discovery, of not knowing what comes next. Forget detailed itineraries that look like a shopping list. As Kerouac said: “There was nowhere to go but everywhere, so just keep rolling under the stars.” That’s my kind of road trip. Read More »

OH: Been there, done that

(July 23, 2018) -- With so many of our friends and neighbors at the campground getting new or new-to-them campers, it’s caused Dave and me to take a good look at ours. OK, so maybe it’s just me. Read More »

RV Life: 10 RV-friendly meals to cook while camping

(July 20, 2018) -- Cooking while camping can seem like a daunting task. Problems like food storage, time management, and limited counter space can make having home-cooked meals seem impractical. Even with access to electricity, you might be tempted to skip the wholesome meals and head to a fast food restaurant. Read More »

CO: How to be a happy camper

(July 20, 2018) -- It was a 14-day river trip down the Grand Canyon’s Colorado River that made me fall in love with camping. There was a simplicity and stillness to it that added years to my life. Every day we would pack up in the morning, raft down the river and set it all back up again in the evening. It only took a couple of days to get in sync with the sun, and I suddenly found myself going to bed at 8:30 and getting up at 5. Read More »