Traveling in an RV can be stressful sometimes, especially when you're a newbie. Creating a checklist to review before you depart each location can help alleviate some of the stress so you can focus on more of the fun! Our friends at RV Repair Club have created a great checklist to help you get on the road faster and safer.
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The current global pandemic has resulted in the cancellation of travel plans for thousands, if not millions of people. It also adds a degree of uncertainty to future travel plans. People have been left asking when traveling can resume as normal, or if things will ever be the same.
Campgrounds and parks are starting to open up and we realize that recreational travel is beginning in some areas. The health and safety of our members is, and always will be, our top priority especially during the pandemic. As such, we have implemented a few guidelines, for both hosts and guests, to ensure everyone is staying safe yet still having fun and enjoying each other.
We've been recommending for a few weeks now that our members not travel unless necessary. That means we're telling people not to use the product they've paid for, and that doesn't sound fair to us. Here's what we're doing about it.
We asked and you provided us many boondocking tips! Here are the top 10 we received.
This week's blog post is brought to you by Tiny Shiny Home.
After nearly 5 years of full-time travel, we’ve experienced every type of campsite
imaginable. State parks, city parks, county parks, fancy private resorts, super
scary cramped parks, national parks…you name it. And while each of them serve
their purpose, many were not what we imagined when we started our adventure.
We're sharing more of our guest tips of the week posts. We share them every Tuesday on social media but just in case you missed them, here are five more of our top guest tips.
Most RVers don’t want more “stuff”; they just don’t have space for it. This makes them tough to buy for, doesn’t it? Why not choose a gift certificate for something that’s all about experiences, instead? One that’s tailored to RVers and that they can use, not just once, but all year round.