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.

When asked what is the one piece of advice I would give to new RVers, whether they be fulltimers, snowbirds, or weekend warriors, the answer is always the same. Slow down. Not just slow down, but sloooow dooooown!

After living the KOA resort life for the past month, it feels good to be boondocking again! The Navigator found us a sweet spot with easy access, peaceful scenery, and best of all no neighbors! Likely because cell service was rather minimal, to say the least. It’s times like this, we are grateful for our RVDataSat dish and satellite internet service and weBoost cell signal booster!

After saying good-bye to the cousins in Georgia, it was time to head to the mountains of Franklin, North Carolina for the RV Quilters (facebook group) SEW2GETHER (a.k.a. Rally)! Tom was not too excited, but I had been looking forward to this all year! It was being held at an RV Resort we’ve stayed at before – The Great Outdoors – it’s a beautiful park, and we really enjoy staying it there.

We finally ended our month-long stay in New Mexico when faced with the prospect of multiple days of rain. Trouble was, it was also raining in Arizona, so we had to keep heading west across the Colorado Plateau in the on-and-off drizzle, past the meteor crater and Flagstaff, refueling in Kingman because we knew the California fuel prices would be higher, and then down 4000 feet to the Colorado River as upland coniferous forest turned into the Mojave Desert.

We share our thoughts about our decision to live full-time in an RV to travel and explore. Our goal is to create a simpler life, one full of adventure and fulfilling experiences. You will get a chance to learn more about us and get to see a few of the outdoorsy things we love to do in the video below.

Coloradans are known for loving their pups. We love to take them on our adventures with us and experience the world at our side. If you love to hike with your dog, chances are that you also love to camp but that can get a bit tricky with a furry companion.

In the United States, skin cancer is the most common type of cancer, and ultraviolet or UV radiation from the sun is the main cause. Most golfers are aware of this scary fact, but skin cancer still plagues this group of recreationalists. Just ask PGA pros Adam Scott or Rory Sabbatini, both of whom have battled skin cancer.

The first Sea Mountain Fiddlers Convention and Bluegrass Festival can help you find out. It was held May 2-4 at the Myrtle Beach KOA campground.

Once a year, the New Hampshire Veterans’ Association Campground in Weirs Beach is opened for a public tour. This year’s tour will be held Saturday, May 18, beginning at the Veterans’ Association Headquarters on Lakeside Avenue at 1 p.m., rain or shine.

On May 16, 2017, a deadly tornado took the life of one man and injured dozens of others in Barron County. Homes, forests and campgrounds in the area were devastated. Despite the passage of time, the damage is still evident as the community continues to clean up.

Lake Erie water levels are very high it’s made for a soggy shoreline and with the road being the only way into the Long Point provincial campground, the park superintendent was forced to close the park.

Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site opens its campground to visitors today and looks forward to a summer that will feature exciting new programs.

There is more to RVing than just driving down the highway from one campground to another. America has many delightful and fascinating treasures that people drive by every day, never even knowing they exist. To make sure you don’t miss anything, here are some favorite travel guides that I refer to often.

In this video, I show you a neat little product called Wago Lever Nuts to help make connecting wires a snap. No soldering or crimping needed. The only tool required is a wire stripper. They are also simple to disconnect and can be reused. Handy for testing and troubleshooting circuits.

That is a loaded question…. But it is the most frequently asked question by those new to or not in “the lifestyle” More specifically, the question is “How do you do it, how can you be with your spouse 24/7?”

We’re welcoming our fifth year as full time RVers with a new travel segment called Dry Camping and Travel Tips with Levi! Our aim is to provide helpful tips to RV newbies and hopefully share a bit more with veteran full timers on all things urban and primitive dry camping (a.k.a. boondocking).

Brian and Donna Mibus found a creative solution for the under-bed space in their RV. After they upgraded to a bigger trailer and no longer needed the room for storage, they modified the space into a cozy little sleeping area for their dogs. Donna kindly shared the following photos and tips on the process and materials they used.

Every spring, the Western Michigan town of Holland holds a two week Tulip Time Festival. The stars are more than a half million tulips in full bloom, in every color and shape imaginable.

Earlier this week, the city approved a plan to add recreational vehicle sewage connections to the electric and water hookups already established at all campsites.

The Lazydays Employee Foundation is proud to announce that its 9th Annual Golf Tournament has raised more than $130,000 to support at-risk youth in the Tampa Bay area. The proceeds will fund a variety of programs designed to empower local children with educational and life-changing opportunities.

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