Put-in-Bay, located on South Bass Island, is a popular tourist destination on Ohio’s lakeshore of Lake Erie. The small island village has tons of unique things to do whether you’re a local or a nomadic tourist! You and your family can learn about the Battle of Lake Erie or just enjoy the unsalted version of island life! Put-in-Bay is a low key Great Lakes destination that’s calling your name!
RVing with grandkids is, hands down, a totally amazing experience for both them and Grandma and Grandpa! It’s an enthusiastic way to strengthen bonds and relationships between grandparents and their grandchildren. Traveling and exploring new destinations or visiting familiar places with younger generations makes it all the more grand! These are the important times and events where you can enjoy each other, camp outdoors with the grandkids and visit new and exciting places together!
It’s a general observation that almost every big motorhome or truck pulling a big camper is being driven by men while their female travel partner is sitting in the passenger seat. Are traditional roles still holding women back from driving their RV? Or, are women to intimidated with driving or pulling their campers? Regardless of the reasons why women don’t drive their RV, we need to change it up; including the mindset. Here’s a handful of viable reasons why women should know how to drive their RV and share the driving.
Many dog owners feel that when they’re hiking or camping, their dog should enjoy their freedom to roam, explore and work off their rambunctiousness. However, when you properly leash your dog outdoors, you are essentially helping to mitigate dangerous situations. But also, effective leashing helps prevent legal consequences should your pet act inappropriately in the backcountry, on the trail, at a campground and even at home.
Kids love camping and they love arts and crafts! What better way to occupy your kids while they’re camping outdoors than to make nature crafts. These nature crafts for kids are about using nature’s elements right there at their feet. So, let’s ditch the digital devices and get the kids out of the camper! Let’s get their creative juices flowing while making beautiful nature art right from what Mother Nature provides.
Trying to start a campfire from nothing can be quite a challenge. However, with a few ingredients, you can make super easy DIY fire starters for little to no expense. The kids will love making them and later, you’ll all be roasting marshmallows over the campfire they started. The best part is most of the ingredients to make a fire starter are things you can recycle right from your home or RV.
Whether you’re rolling in an RV or on a road trip in your Beemer, that shouldn’t negate you from lessening your carbon footprint by trying to recycle on the road. But, trying to find recycling centers or places to recycle and knowing what you can recycle on your road trip can be a quite a challenge if you don’t know what to recycle on the road and where.
Are you considering hitting the road in an RV with your dog? If so, there’s some very important issues you, as a dog owner, need to think about before packing his doggie backpack, grabbing his leash and setting up his dog bed in your motorhome or camper! Let’s learn how to be successful at RVing with your dog to make wonderful memories together.
It’s important to defrost your RV refrigerator freezer regularly to keep it running properly and keep your food frozen at a safe temperature. These 3 defrosting methods are quick and easy leaving you more time for adventures!
Campsite squatting has become a way of stealth camping in campgrounds all across the U.S, including even National Parks and State Parks. However, this form of camping is illegal and immoral! It takes away from campers who actually pay for their campsites, as well, the campgrounds themselves. As of recent, campground owners are now catching on. The freeloading squatters are getting caught camping illegally and facing serious consequences!