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Port Toaster: The Mid-Century Resort Rat-Pack Era Dreams are Made Of

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Glamping on the beach in an Airstream? Yes, please! Port Toaster, the proposed mid-century inspired Airstream luxury resort for the Mid-Atlantic region, is live on global crowdfunding platform Kickstarter and raising funds to bring the project to life. Port Toaster is the luxury Airstream resort Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin and the rest of the Rat […]


5 Top Attractions in South Dakota for RVers

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South Dakota’s great plains, river valleys, magnificent landscapes, and storied past are a must for RVers looking for a leisurely getaway. The list is long, so we’ve put together a sampling of the top attractions in the state to get you started: The Badlands National Park   The Badlands sprawl out over 2,000 square miles […]


7 Awesome RV Must Haves To Make Your Road Trip Great

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For all those times you’ve seen something on an RV TV show and said: “I want that!” we’ve put together a list of seven of 7 awesome RV must haves to make your road trip great, along with links to where you can actually get them for your own rig! Portable Meat Smoker   Because the […]


Must-Have Gadgets For RVs

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Having the comforts of home around you when you travel is one of the perks of RVing. And the more you travel, the more you realize you really do need some nifty must-have gadgets for RVs. Take a look below and let us know what else you’d add to the list! Portable Washing Machine No need […]


What to Do and Where to Go: Pie Festival, Pie Town, NM

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Ever had a spicy slice of New Mexico’s Green Chile Apple Pie? Then you don’t know what you’ve been missing—and there’s no better time to get one than at the 35th annual Pie Town Pie Festival in western New Mexico. Every year on the second Saturday in September, this tiny hamlet in the high mountain […]


RV Fall Foliage Adventures

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Summer temperatures might still be raging in some parts of the country, but others are (thankfully) preparing for that slow-but-sure dip down in temperatures in preparation for great fall weather. From late September through October, the foliage from the Pacific Northwest to New England begins to turn in an inspiring riot of color, while the […]