Category Archives: RV Travel

RV Shrink: How To Decide What RV To Buy

Posted on

We’re big fans of RVTravel.com‘s RV Shrink—if you’re an RVer and you haven’t signed up for their newsletters, we highly recommend doing so! Here’s a great article from the Shrink on how to decide what RV to buy.  Dear RV Shrink: We are considering buying a Class C motorhome and doing some traveling. We have […]

Must-Have Gadgets For RVs

Posted on

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 […]

6 RV Travel Tips for Baby Boomers

Posted on

With baby boomers controlling 70% of all the disposable income in the United States, it’s small wonder they’re behind 80% of all travel spending done for recreation and leisure. Over the past 10 years, this has translated in part into a 15% jump in RV sales as more and more retirees are seduced by the […]

Travel Tips: Stocking Up The RV Kitchen  

Posted on

No matter how big your rig, truth is the RV kitchen is no match for the one you have back home. But that’s just part of the fun! But before you hit the camping stores in search of 10-in-one utensils to start stocking up the RV kitchen, take a look around and see where you […]

These RV Apps Will Make Your Day

Posted on

If the numbers put out by the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) are any indication, the lure of the open road is getting more enticing by the minute: according to their latest news release, RV shipments reached an 8-year best in 2014, with well over a quarter of a million units sold. Whether you’re new […]

6 Reasons To RV

Posted on

In today’s fast-paced world, RVing stands out as a leisure activity that truly brings people together. Though baby boomers take the lead when it comes to traveling around the country in a mobile home, truth is an RV getaway can be a treat for people of any age—with or without kids. Why? Read on for a […]