Day: February 13, 2019

“Now that we’ve completed these two major milestones, we are eager to refocus on our own content, brand, and community of followers, which are all growing in very exciting ways,” said Caitlin Morton.

“This bipartisan legislation takes great strides in protecting our public lands and waters — which suffered greatly during the recent government shutdown — and delivers needed reforms that will enhance visitor experiences in our great outdoors,” said Wahl.

Simply asking, “What bugs you about this campground?” yields a wealth of information unavailable from an online survey. After staying at more than 300 campgrounds across the United States, here are four areas (and simple solutions) where guests wish campground owners would improve.

“We see many opportunities to leverage production technology, purchasing, R&D and product design across our global operations and Troy has the experience, passion and drive to lead these efforts,” said Martin.

“Randy Murray has a unique ability to connect with RVers with understandable explanations of service troubleshooting, preventative maintenance, and required repairs to their major investment in the RV lifestyle,” said Zagami.

A car loan is typically the first payment people make because a vehicle is critical to getting to work, and someone can live in a car if all else fails. When car loan delinquencies rise, it is a sign of significant duress among low-income and working-class Americans, the Seattle Times reported.

Unlike traditional twist-type connectors that require exposing fingers to the elements and fumbling with an ice-cold metal or plastic ring, the SmartPlug pushes straight in with one gloved hand. Because it’s asymmetrical, it’s easy to do in near darkness, the release explained.

System-wide revenues increased 6.1% over the prior year to $125 million. It was the franchise company’s 10th consecutive year of sales growth. Growth was primarily driven by existing locations as same park revenues increased 5.7%

On your next off-the-grid outdoor adventure, don’t be surprised if you’re staying in one of these shiny, circular cabins. The Fuselage is the brainchild of Tree Tents and the cabins are starting to pop up in glamping sites around Europe.

This spring, Indiana Beach Amusement & Water Park Resort will team up with Kampgrounds of America to transform the IB Crow Campground into the Indiana Beach/Monticello KOA.

Ozark National Scenic Riverways will soon replace several deteriorating or flood-damaged restroom facilities at various locations in the park. New vault toilets will be installed at Rocky Falls, Shawnee Creek Campground, Buck Hollow Access, and Rymers Access.

The National Forest Service has postponed an alcohol ban on some Michigan rivers after public backlash. The ban would affect the Manistee, Au Sable and Pine Rivers.

Camp Fire survivors are under threat of being evicted from the Lime Saddle campground, as it is a California State Park with a 30 day maximum stay.

One of the best things about the RTR gatherings us that we get to meet and become friends with people who have had vastly different life experiences, who have lived all over the country and world, and who bring new and different ideas into discussions.

In the distant past, music CDs, audio books and FM radio were the only soundtrack for RV road trips. Not anymore. Smart phones and Internet connected vehicles give us dozens of ways to fuel our adventures with sound, like this ultimate RV and camping podcasts playlist.

In this video, I take you along with me on a scenic hike near Tucson Arizona in the Tucson Mountains County Park. I tackle the Brown Mountain Trail. Rated as moderate on

Last night on our regular Sunday night Ask Us Anything live stream on the YouTube RV Lifestyle Channel we shared the new RV we’ll be riding in for the next month or so – the Wonder RTB (for Rear Twin Beds) model from Leisure Travel Vans.

Well, four years ago we very serendipitously discovered our new neighbors at American Girl Mine (an awesome boondocking spot outside Yuma, AZ) were new to the road nomads – Marc & Julie of

We’d been here about a month, sitting in one place, not moving at all, when one morning we noticed a line in the center of the windshield. Tom thought it was a drip of water, but after looking closer, we realized that it was a crack . . . and we had no idea where it came from!

The trendy tiny house movement that’s made headlines over the last few years used to make me feel hopeful for western civilization. I assumed tiny house dwellers were doing it to tread lighter on the planet. But you know what they say about assuming.


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