(Jan. 14, 2019) — Sell My RV Today has come up with a set of easy processes that makes it easy for people to sell RVs online and search “Sell My RV” on Google.
The Hayes RV Adventure Camp is back for 2019, but with a new twist – inflatables! The Gamester’s Paradise Bus is back this year, sponsored by Kelly Tractor.
“Those coming to buy, and those just coming to browse, will have an opportunity to talk with 14 RV dealers, campgrounds and more than 100 exhibitors,” said Young. “The Pittsburgh RV show will feature everything from $5,000 folding camping trailers to $200,000 higher-end motorhomes.”
(Jan. 14, 2019) — We’re ringing in a new year and welcoming our fifth year as full time RVers with a new travel segment called Dry Camping and Travel Tips with Levi!
(Jan. 14, 2018) — Spontaneous road trips are a way of life for many outdoor lovers. But the end of first come, first served campsites may dampen those adventures. All across the U.S., scoring that perfect campsite at a moment’s notice is becoming a thing of the past.
(Jan. 14, 2018) — Yeah, that’s a significant number for me this year, and you can probably guess why (I was born in The Summer of Love). But instead of having the age fifty freak-out Jim predicted long ago, I’m going to prove him wrong. I’m going to embrace it, darnit.
(Jan. 14, 2019) — Our first stop in Florida was at Santos Trailhead State Park outside of Ocala. The Jordan’s turned us onto this spot while they were researching places to stay and this was one of few areas that had a site with multiple days together so we took advantage of it!
The Maitland family is the first family to visit all 418 U.S. National Parks. It took them eight years to check everything off the list. That includes the 59 areas formally known as national parks – plus every other unit that falls into categories like national battlefield sites, national lakeshores, national memorials, etc.
In this video, an RVer removes a valance and a set of RV day/night shades from one of the slideout rooms windows. Recently the blind stopped functioning correctly after one of the strings broke.
Glamping (glamorous camping) isn’t anything new—years ago, the Internet caught on to a whole other breed of nature lover, one that enjoyed hiking, rafting, and riding horses, but preferred to tuck into a king-sized bed rather than a sleeping bag.
Tonight’s RVing in New England Show will feature the Harvell family who have traveled 10,492 miles in 71 days to cover 34 states in their RV. The adventure started Oct. 2 and concluded in mid-December. They traveled from Maine to Florida to California to Washington and back.
We like the cool factor from this custom Toyota Tacoma, which looks plenty capable of conquering some sketchy roads in some measure of comfort without being the size of an actual house. And we think something like this could cost under $100,000.