While getting an RV can make a huge difference when it comes to luxury travel and the enjoyment of your travel experiences, driving a full sized recreational vehicle is a lot different than driving a regular car or van. While there’s no denying the benefits, you will definitely want to follow a few of these tips in order to make sure you start off in the right situation. [Read more…]
The last thing you want to find out when getting ready for your next camping trip is that mold and mildew have made their way into your camping gear. The mold are live spores that like to grow in damp, dark locations, such as your tent floor that did not have the chance to dry completely. [Read more…]
If you love camping with your family, you may have to use your car to transport the camping gear to the camping site. That’s where the services of a camping car rack come in handy. Here are some tips to consider when choosing a camping car rack. [Read more…]
Lots of people like to camp in groups and we love watching them have the time of their lives with close friends and family.
Some of the advantages are that group camping is kid-friendly, affordable, memorable, and the work can be shared so that everyone gets a chance for some down time. [Read more…]
Camping can be a great time to relax and spend time catching up with friends it’s also a time that you get a surprising amount of exercise. There is a lot of walking that happens around the campground. You’ll find yourself walking from your campsite to the store, over to the pool, back to your campsite, across to your friend’s campsite, and back and forth to other activities that are happening. By the end of the day your feet will feel it. And you may find yourself walking on uneven terrain. You’ll be going over grass and gravel some hilly areas and into some dips and curvatures. That’s why it’s a good idea to protect your feet and ankles and knees from injury. [Read more…]
Living in New York makes us pretty savvy when it comes to mold and mildew prevention. The humidity in the air can be a challenge to contend with if you are unfamiliar with mold treatment. Anything that is packed tightly while still damp from dew or humidity, can begin to mildew in a very short period of time. There are things you can do, however, and we’ll explain them for you. [Read more…]
You will have your share of burgers, steaks, and S’mores when you’re camping and that’s part of the fun. They are familiar foods we eat when enjoying time with others and we look forward to enjoying them guilt-free. You can incorporate healthy offerings along with your old favorites when you’re camping. [Read more…]
If you find yourself frequently replacing your dead RV battery there may be an underlying problem you can fix instead. It will save you frustration and cash; two good reasons to look into it.
Mark Polk, of RV Education 101, recently wrote an article for the Go RVing blog which addresses some of the potential causes for this type of frequent RV battery failure. He lists the following is the most common causes for a dead battery. [Read more…]
We’re seeing more and more RVs coming equipped with a microwave/convection oven and we hear that some RVers aren’t sure how to cook with them. We found some great tips online to help you learn your way around this new, very useful, small RV appliance.
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The benefits of this microwave/convection combination is that it can cook your food quickly like a microwave and also brown your food with the convection feature of the oven. Another benefit is the reduced cooking time keeps you from heating up the inside of your RV compared to a regular oven. [Read more…]
There are a few things you need to do before the real fun can begin on your camping trip. We’ll get you started and you can add your own to customize your plan. Get these few things taken care of and the rest of your time can be spent enjoying your friends, family, and time outdoors.
Once you get to your campsite and have your rig positioned the way you want it, level the rig with whichever is your preferred method. Open your slides and turn on your gas valves. Light any appliances that need it and get your rig hooked up to the campground utilities. [Read more…]