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.
Springtime means RV owners are getting ready for camping season. However, many campers aren’t in any big hurry if fuel prices are high. But, if you’re a full-time RVer or work on the road, you need to think about ways to save money at the fuel pump. And now, more than ever, we need to act on conserving fuel and stretching our fuel dollars.
Camp Hosts are the front line workers of campgrounds and RV parks. They conduct similar services as hotel staff and others in the hospitality industry. But, the question comes up from time to time if campers should be tipping the Camp Host?
What is happening to make camping so expensive these days? Camping used to be cheap fun; especially with RVs! Gone are the days of $10-15 per night campsite fees. Even before the global pandemic, we noticed the sudden uptick in escalating camping fees. But at what cost? Why has simple camping become pretty much a rich man’s game?
There’s a fallacy amongst some RVers that boondocking costs nothing. Well, I’m here to say that there is no such thing as FREE CAMPING. There are costs associated with camping off grid but nobody will admit or be truthful about them. From equipment for your RV, basic survival supplies to certain fees, many RVers don’t think about or even consider them when planning their budget.
If you rent an RV or are new at the RV lifestyle, you’ll soon realize that RVing can be expensive depending on where you want to go and what you want to do! But if you follow these top money saving RV travel tips and set a budget, you’ll be on the road with less stress but more money in your pocket for adventures and fun!
Theft is on the rise everywhere! But campsite theft in campgrounds and RV parks is getting out of control. But who’s responsibility is it and how do your keep your your camping gear and belongings from becoming a target for thieves? We’ll talk about some very useful campsite theft prevention tips that will help protect your personal property whether camping in an RV or tent camping.
Full-time RV living isn’t always about vacations. Sometimes, stationary RV living is out of necessity while others, it may be simply a choice. There’s a whole book of reasons why full-time RVers live long-term in RV parks. Whatever the reason, if you’re contemplating downsizing to an RV or just aren’t ready to hit the road yet, a stationary RV lifestyle may be an option. Here’s why.
RV club memberships are an absolute must if you’re going to hit the road with your motorhome or camper! They can get discounts on campgrounds and RV parks, tires and RV components, batteries, RV education courses, health insurance options just to name a few!