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…]
You can easily be a good camping neighbor and make your trip a memorable one. It’s mostly a matter of respecting those around you and the environment you’re in. To learn to do these things, continue on. [Read more…]
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…]
If you’re in your RV chances are you’re enjoying your vacation or you reside in it full time. You likely cook in your RV and spend a lot of time enjoying nature. [Read more…]
It may be Fall in New York but campers are still at risk of sun exposure during the warm afternoons of September and October. Sometimes even more so during these months than in the summer because we don’t realize we are spending as much time in the sun as we do. The days are cooler and we spend time soaking up those last rays of summer. It’s a time we tend to forget all about applying sunscreen.
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…]
We love to see the kids get started camping as soon as possible. The fresh air and relaxed atmosphere is good for them and for the parents, too. Plenty of parents bring babies who are only months old and they just have to do a little extra planning to make it a great experience.
You won’t be able to bring their crib along with you but there are a lot of baby sleeping options available these days. You may even be able to borrow something from a friend or family member to try before you buy. As long as baby is in a bed with soft sides and perhaps provides a net to keep mosquitoes away, the little one will sleep like a – well, you know – a baby. [Read more…]
Camping people are friendly people. They are more likely to say hello as they pass each other on the road and to step up to help if they see their neighbor having problems with something. There is something about staying in nature and having time to enjoy the things that really matter that seems to make campers really nice people. [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…]
Camping in New York may have come to an end for the year but that is no reason to go without some delicious hot chocolate evenings with a family, friends, and a good movie. We found some new recipes to try for next year’s camping trip and we hope you find some new favorites.
Black Bottom Hot Chocolate – This decadent dessert has a layer of thick hot fudge at the bottom of the cup. Top it with whipped cream and it’s three layers of heaven. [Read more…]