It’s never too early or too late to be shopping for holiday decorations, garlands, wreaths and lights. Since we’re RVers who love camping and glamping, we couldn’t help noticing all the cool Christmas camper ornaments! From motorhomes, vintage camper to even shiny Airstream, there’s a special camper ornament just waiting to be hung on your Christmas tree!
The CURT Rambler tow bar is manufactured for flat-towing a dinghy or toad behind a motorhome or heavy duty tow vehicle. Through our own rigorous field testing, here’s our RV gear product review along with the CURT Rambler Tow Bar Step-by-Step Installation and Usage Guide.
Some older RVs motorhomes or campers may not be welcome at some RV parks because of the 10 year rule. Your RV may be denied entrance or even a reservation because its’ age. Does your motorhome, older fifth wheel, travel trailer or other RV fit in this criteria?
If you are buying a motorhome, you’re also likely contemplating on towing a toad vehicle. But is it worth it? What are the choices and what will you need for equipment to tow?
Living in an RV doesn’t mean you have to put up with the dark and cavelike interior. We’ll show you some inexpensive, fun ways to lighten and brighten your RV interior by using these creative RV decor tips.
Winter camping in an RV has its’ own set of challenges. You must prepare your motorhome or camper to be able to survive the elements. From keeping the cold outside and your pipes from freezing, there are important tasks you need to prepare your RV for winter camping and survive the freezing elements.
Living in a van down by the river is a figurative expression meaning being a complete failure at life, a drain on society. However, nothing could be further from the truth for many, including us, who choose to live minimally in vans or even downsizing to small RVs and campers while enjoying freedom and travel.
Our Winnebago View suspension needed a few upgrades to minimize body roll while improving ride comfort. What were they and did they work?
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.
Upon buying our Winnebago View motorhome, the first thing we wanted was to upgrade our solar panels, RV batteries and energy management system. Now our motorhome can stay off the grid longer when boondocking. Here’s our Winnebago View solar upgrades and improvements to our Class C motorhome’s off grid electrical system.