As you you head out for your next RV destination or to boondock off the grid, do you know how and where to find RV dump stations and potable water for your camper or motorhome? Well, after seven years on the road as full-time RVers, we’ve put together a great resource that will help the beginner weekend camper to the most seasoned full-time RVer find where to dump and find water on the road.
Just because you’re on a road trip or vacation shouldn’t negate you from taking responsibility for taking care of our planet. It’s imperative that you partake in recycling as much as you can; just as you would at home. In that, you should learn how and where to recycle when traveling; albeit air travel, road trip, or even just driving around in your car.
The biggest downfall to RV boondocking is having to tear down camp to go empty our motorhome’s or camper’s sewage holding tanks. But what if we told you that we’ve figured out how to empty our RV black tank without even moving our fifth wheel? See how we do it without losing our boondocking site!
When there’s an impending severe storm, tornado warning or hurricane is about to make landfall, you and your family need to be prepared and ready to evacuate. Because staying in your RV or camper during severe weather or major storms could put your and your family’s lives at risk. With these lifesaving weather emergency preparation tips, you’ll learn how not to become a statistic. Continue reading “Weather Emergency Preparation Tips for RVers”
Board games have become extremely popular in the RVing community especially during the COVID pandemic. And what better than to mix a little fun education with friendly competition on game night? We did a little research to find the most enjoyed National Parks board games that can be played by solos, couples and families! So, grab your favorite beverages and snacks and bring your game face! Let’s check out some of these National Parks board games!
The question is how do you keep your pets cool and comfortable in your RV when it’s the hot outside? An RV or camper can get hot really fast in the summer. So, it’s important to take certain safety precautions when leaving your pet alone in your motorhome or towable RV when you leave your RV to go exploring.
If you’re wanting to take your motorhome, fifth wheel or other camper boondocking or dispersed camping, it’s important to strategically plan everything for your RV boondocking adventure. From gray and black tank management, water conservation to even grocery shopping and menu planning, we will show you how we prepare your RV for boondocking. This will take your off-the-grid camping experience to a whole new level.
Before heading to your first campground with your new RV, you’ll need some basic accessories before hauling out and setting up your campsite. This basic starter kit includes all the RV gear you need to plug into electric, hook up the water, empty your tanks and everything in between.
Downsizing from our big 42′ fifth wheel to a small Class C motorhome, we found our outdoor camping gear was too way big for our tiny exterior storage compartments. So, we had to get rid of all of camping accessories and literally start over. We found new camping gear that’s more conducive to our smaller fun-size RV lifestyle.
Who better than those who are actually RVing to give great advice and suggestions on holiday gift ideas for RVers and campers!? In this blog piece, we went to several full-time RVers for their wish list recommendations including RV gear and accessories, entertainment, pet supplies and RV kitchen gadgets.