|RV Travel Newsletter Issue 876
Learn about RV camping, RV travel, RV news and much more. This newsletter, now in its 18th year of continuous publication, is funded primarily through advertising and voluntary subscription contributions from our readers. Thank you! FREE Holiday Shipping for everyone at Amazon.com If you shop at Amazon, would you use one of the links below to […]
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POSTED DECEMBER 15, 2018 5:00 AM
|Contest: Send us your Statue of Liberties
You don’t need to travel to New York to see the Statue of Liberty. She’s everywhere, all across America, in towns big and small and in between. She’s at shopping centers, in farm fields (perhaps as a scare crow), in front yards, on beaches and right on the main drag of Las Vegas. We want […]
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POSTED DECEMBER 15, 2018 2:35 AM
|Baking holiday treats? Beware of bad ingredients
Making holiday treats in your RV? Or maybe your granddaughter’s birthday is almost here. Piece of cake! Well, if your small kitchen is somehow large, that is. So, you’ve found a cake-decoration video online. It will be perfect for your granddaughter’s birthday party in a few days, but the recipe uses ingredients that you question: Are […]
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POSTED DECEMBER 15, 2018 1:22 AM
|More Colorado State Park campsites available only with reservation
DENVER, Colo. – Starting in 2019, 20 of Colorado’s state parks will offer camping by reservation only. Effective Jan. 1, 15 state parks will convert to a “reservation-only” system after it was tested successfully by five parks in 2018. Under the new system, campers can reserve a site, 24/7, anywhere from six months in advance […]
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POSTED DECEMBER 15, 2018 1:09 AM
|Is your RV your only home?
Is your RV the only home you own? Or do you travel full-time but still have a traditional home that you rent out and/or plan to return to one day? Or do you have a traditional home and travel with your RV only part of the year? Please take our quick poll. We’re curious about […]
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POSTED DECEMBER 15, 2018 1:03 AM
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|Top 5 RV Shows to Visit in January and February 2019
Do you want to upgrade your RV for 2019? Are you finally ready to join the lifestyle? Make sure to schedule a visit to an RV show this winter. RV shows are a great place to browse hundreds of floorplans all in one place, and dealers offer amazing deals so you can save big for your summer adventures.
POSTED DECEMBER 14, 2018 6:00 PM
|Best Holiday Gifts for RVers Who Love Adventure
Each year during the holiday, we fill our loved ones stockings with knick-knacks and doo-dads, and each year our drawers and closets get more and more packed with stuff.
POSTED DECEMBER 07, 2018 10:00 PM
|Top 4 RVs for Fall and Winter Camping
When people imagine RV adventures, they often picture green campgrounds and bright summer skies. But, there’s plenty of fun to be had in the offseason: from leaf-peeping to snowmobiling to downhill and cross-country skiing.
POSTED NOVEMBER 30, 2018 10:00 PM
|5 Tips for Choosing Health Insurance for RV Snowbirds
While many RVers dream of traveling south for the winter, finding good health coverage away from your main residence can be a challenge. You need to make sure your insurance plan will cover your bills if you seek treatment in the place you’re spending the winter.
We talked with Kyle Henson from RVerInsurance.com about how snowbirds should shop for insurance and what options are available for RVers.
POSTED NOVEMBER 20, 2018 10:04 PM
|Top 5 Places in the Northeast for Camping in your RV this Winter
After warm summer nights by the campfire and long drives through the fall foliage, the RV season ends for many campers when the snow starts falling.
POSTED NOVEMBER 15, 2018 10:00 PM
|Top 3 Travel Routes to Florida for Snowbirds on the East Coast
For RVers in the Northern US, once the leaves start falling, it’s time to migrate south for the winter. Florida is one of the most popular choices for snowbirds because of its abundant sunshine and tropical weather.
POSTED NOVEMBER 08, 2018 10:00 PM
|How to Prepare Your RV Battery For Winter Care
When you store your RV during the offseason, you also need to remove your battery and keep it in a warm location. If you leave it in, the water in your battery may freeze when the temperature drops too low.
POSTED NOVEMBER 01, 2018 9:01 PM
|7 Questions to Ask When RVing with Pets
Brendan and I tossed around so many different ideas when we first thought about traveling full-time. We could backpack in Europe and stay in hostels, trek across the US in a train, drive in a van or even bounce between rental houses across the world.
POSTED OCTOBER 25, 2018 9:00 PM
|The Campers Inn RV Grand Tour: Visiting 17 Dealerships in an RV. Days 7 to 14
Ben Hirsch, Chief Operations Officer, and Laurie Hirsch, Human Resource Manager, the husband and wife team from Campers Inn RV, are on a four-week road trip in a Grand Design Reflection Travel Trailer. Along for the adventure are their three children: Avery (10), Ellie (8) and Nick (6). Their goal is to visit 17 of the 19 Campers Inn RV locations.
POSTED OCTOBER 23, 2018 9:00 PM
|6 Top Travel Trailers and Fifth Wheels for 2019
From lightweight trailers to deluxe fifth wheels, towable RVs come in a variety of shapes and sizes for every RV lifestyle. You can find models for weekend trips, ATV adventures, full-time RVing and more.
POSTED OCTOBER 18, 2018 9:00 PM