Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.

The Woodson Bridge RV Park in Corning was under evacuation Thursday as the Sacramento River rose to flood levels.

Produced by the Maryland Recreational Vehicle Dealers Assoc., the event fills over 5 1/2 acres of heated indoor display space featuring everything new the 2019 RV industry has to offer.

Yellowstone National Park is seeking to solve a housing shortage problem for seasonal employees in the park. To that end, the National Park Service wants public comment on a proposal to develop seasonal housing for concessions within the park at the West Entrance and Canyon Village.

Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), an international organization for RV owners, will be making its 11th visit to the Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter in Perry March 13 through 16, for what will be the group’s 99th International Convention and RV Expo. The event has been dubbed “Peachy In Perry” in honor of the host city.

LKQ will host a conference call and webcast on Feb. 28 at 8:00 a.m. Eastern Time (7:00 a.m. Central Time) with members of senior management to discuss the company’s results.

With the demolition of the former Kentucky State Police post on U.S. 41-North, John James Audubon State Park Manager Mark Kellen is hoping that the property can be used to develop a natural sound buffer for the park’s adjacent campground.

Georgia Power has transferred operation of the Dames Ferry Campground to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, and High Falls State Park is now operating Dames Ferry as a satellite park.

The hearing, held under the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965 (Public Law 88-578), is to receive public input for the proposal. If funded, the selected upgraded campsites are located at Carter Caves State Resort Park campground and include sewer, water and electric improvements.

Problems with one application resulted in the Branch County Parks Board withdrawing a request for state money to purchase a campground on Randall Lake.

We are comfortably boondocked next to an old corral in the well-bouldered foothills of the Catalina Mountains. A mere stone’s-throw from camp, the 50 Year Trail meanders by.

Our phones take great pictures, and Google Photos stores them in the cloud, unlimited and free, so why not take every picture you see.

Most of you that have followed my blog through the years know my favorite campsite is a free one in the boondocks. One of the many reasons my wife and I prefer the boondocks is that we aren’t annoyed by other camper’s lack of manners. These are the top five inconsiderate things you never should do while you’re at a campground.

In this video, I give a quick overview of our 500 watts RV solar power system. You can see the full detail explanation and diagrams in the past post and video – Detailed Look at Our DIY RV Boondocking Power System

We journeyed up to Winkler, Manitoba, Canada to get a Leisure Travel Vans tour from Dean Corrigal and ended up driving out of there in a brand new 2019 Wonder Rear Twin Bed Model, which we will test out for the next month or so.

The West Feliciana Parish Council put off a decision Monday on a zoning change request for a proposed recreational vehicle park on U.S. 61 at the parish’s southern highway entrance.

The Ventura Beach RV resort will be under mandatory evacuation Wednesday evening due to an expected storm that could bring potential flooding.

After a three-hour public meeting of the Madera County Planning Commission last night at the Oakhurst Community Center, the Commission voted unanimously to recommend that the Madera County Board of Supervisors approve a nearly 40-acre RV and camping park on Road 632 (Sky Ranch Road).

Spartan Motors will announce its fourth quarter 2018 results prior to the market opening on Feb. 28.

Net sales for the fourth quarter of 2018 increased $55.6 million or 12%, to $531.2 million from $475.6 million in the same quarter of 2017. The increase was primarily attributable to acquisitions, product expansions and market share gains.

Marsha Petry and Janet Shown of Buffalo Creek, Colorado are not completely new to RVing, but have recently upgraded and are about to embark on the next chapter of their lives with a new rig.


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