There’s a dirty little secret abounding in campgrounds and RV parks all across America! Rumors are flying that flamingos and pineapples at campgrounds are some secret code that some campers use to show a different kind of hospitality. But does that mean that Grandma’s retro garden flamingos and pineapple yard art mean she’s one of them?
California, known as the land of milk and honey, has a place that’s not so sweet. From a distance, the Salton Sea looks like any beautiful body of water. However, once you get up close and personal, Salton Sea Beach tells a very rather disgustingly gross story of death and despair.
To operate a successful campground, campground owners and managers need to give what campers want. These campground owner tips will provide insight on how to get Campers and RVers to not only stay at your campground or RV park but to get great reviews for others to follow.
Dogs love to go to the beach. They love running free through the sand and splashing in the water. However, there’s array of issues and concerns of how dogs affect the environment and ecosystem. But there’s a plethora of other reasons why dogs are banned from beaches. And some are even deadly! So, before taking your dog to the beach, you need to read this!
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 or partner with these tips!
If you’re an RVer or Camper, you already know it’s nearly impossible to reserve a campsite. It’s because campgrounds are booked even up to a year in advance. But even if you do get that magical campsite reservation, once you arrive, it’s hard not to notice that many campsites sit empty. And guess what? Your fellow campers are to blame!
One bad thing about camping is being parked next to the obnoxious and rude campers. Their filthy language bellows and yelling reverberates between RVs. And if you’re in a tent, there’s no way to escape the F words. While no one really wants to rain on their parade, they surely don’t want to camp next to this type of offensive behavior either. But how do you deal with loud drunks or foul-mouth partiers who seem to have forgotten their manners? What do you do? Suck it up? Do you get out of Dodge, report them or join in?
Even before the pandemic was in full swing, a lot of people went out and bought new and used RVs. But now, those RV owners are finding there’s more than meets the eye of owning an RV. This leads us to ask, “why are there so many used RVs for sale NOW?” We’ve outlined the reasons people are selling their campers fast and furious.
Many go camping to get away from people or to social distance. Especially in the backcountry or off grid, campers want space, privacy, peace and quiet and to enjoy nature. But nothing grates on another camper’s nerves more when another camper comes to set up camp really close to their site. But, why do people do that? And, how close is camping too close?
People are buying RVs by the droves! Solos, couples and young families are taking to the RV lifestyle. But why? What is causing this massive uptick in RV sales? Is it due to the nature of travel or the feeling of wanderlust? Or is it something else? We answer those questions and answer concerns surrounding this type of lifestyle.