The most hated chore in an RV is cleaning the glass shower doors and shower stalls. Oftentimes, they have caked on soap scum and water spots that kill the aesthetics of the shower. So, we asked numerous RVers what they use and how they clean their showers and those glass shower doors.
If you’ve ever been in some campground bath houses and showers, you’d know that some are just plain nasty! They’re unsanitary, full of gross heebie jeebies and can be downright scary! So, we are sharing some helpful tips on how to survive those campground public showers and come out alive!
Overlanding is not a new camping concept. People have been overlanding even before the inception of the covered wagon. Today, the overlanding lifestyle combines off roading, outdoor recreation and off grid camping in the most rugged terrains. But, not everyone nor is every vehicle capable of overlanding. Are you?
Every RV should have a ladder. Even short campers need a way to get up onto the roof. But some motorhomes and campers don’t come equipped with a hard-mounted ladder on the back of the RV. So, what size and type of ladder should you get?
RV clothes drying racks can save you tons of time and money while camping or living on the road because you’re not shucking out money for laundromat dryers! But also, air drying your pool towels and wet clothes helps lessen excess heat and condensation inside your RV. So, no more hunting for quarters or waiting …
Kentucky’s Taylorsville Lake State Park Campground is the best place to enjoy camping, hiking, horseback riding, fishing, kayaking and boating. Located less than an hour’s drive from Louisville and Lexington, this 1200 acre park is the perfect getaway amidst amazing horse country in heart of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail.
Full-time RVing with your spouse presents a whole different set of marital dynamics than living in a regular home. Dealing with living in such a small space in addition to the stress of constant travel can be taxing on your relationship. But, we’re here to tell that you can survive RV life with your spouse …
If you own an RV or boat, you know that hanging picture frames, hooks, home decor items and organization containers can be a challenge. However, we’ve learned that Command Strip products are an RV or boat owners friend! You don’t need tools to install them and they don’t put holes in your walls or doors.
After purchasing our Winnebago View 24D Class C motorhome, there was lots of room for improvements. From solar and battery upgrades, closet modifications and interior cabinet storage solutions, our Winnebago View is perfect for full-time RVing. Now, with these RV upgrades and modifications to our motorhome, it makes living full-time travel easier and more comfortable.
RVs and boats are small to begin with, so there’s really no need to drag a big honkin’ vacuum cleaner around two do small cleaning jobs. This is where handheld vacuum cleaners are best If you have an RV or camper van, a portable handheld vacuum cleaner is really all you need to clean your …