Hitched: Side Trip Adds Significance to Journey

When you’re on the road, always seeking out new vistas over new horizons, you’re bound to run into the unexpected. We’ve encountered this several...

Big Dog, Small Travel Trailer

There’s nothing better than sharing traveling adventures with the ones you love, but what happens if the one that you love most has four...
1954 Spartan Imperial Mansion at Hotel Luna Mystica

Camp of Enchantment: Hotel Luna Mystica

An eclectic “glampground” in the New Mexico desert near Taos, Hotel Luna Mystica welcomes visitors with vintage rental trailers and RV campsites.  Vintage campers, craft beer,...
Washington, DC-Greenbelt-Park

Spring Flings

  Ten top RV Spots Sure to Delight Everyone in the Family   For many of us, spring represents getting our RVs out of storage, shaking off...
Highway 42 twists its way to Rustic Roads near the tip of Wisconsin’s thumb.

Wisconsin’s Rustic Roads

  Turn back the clock to a quieter time on 117 bucolic backcountry drives spanning nearly 700 miles in the upper Midwest   Smack dab in the...
One of our favorite campsites in Red Rock Country.

What Will Full-Timing Cost You?

You’ve camped before. You love the adventure, discovery, fun, getting outdoors and making new friends. Now that you are retired or considering it, no...
One of the RVs destroyed and mountains of debris left behind in the aftermath of the record flooding following Hurricane Harvey.

Weathering the Storm: Colorado Landing RV Park

After enduring devastating damage from Hurricane Harvey last year, A family-owned RV park on the Colorado River in La Grange, Texas, rebounds Getting our first...
Route 97 - Weed, CA

Route 97: High-Desert Highway

  Route 97 is a highway to heaven for RVers cruising from Northern California to British Columbia along the east side of the Cascade Range...
Available for rental at the Vintages, this rare 1951 trailer has the original pine woodwork inside.

The Vintages Trailer Resort

Sampling the retro-RV vibe in Oregon’s wine country The lure of Oregon’s Willamette Valley vineyards was too much for me to ignore anymore. After hearing...
Why we began hitching up

Hitched: Why We Began Hitching Up

It was like a bolt of lightning. One day we were living our routine life, commuting to work, maintaining our suburban home, looking forward...
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Products

Hughes Autoformers’ smart surge protector

Power Broker: Power Watchdog EPO Surge Protector

Hughes Autoformers’ smart surge protector circumvents electrical problems at the RV park and adds an emergency power-off feature In a world where we often find...
Campers enjoy the warmth of a propane firering with RV in the background

The Heat Is On: Firepits and Patio Heaters

Whether you’re looking for instant warmth from an LP-gas source or prefer building a wood campfire, portable heaters and firepits can keep you toasty...
AeroPress coffee maker

Staff Pick: AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker

My camp joe has always been percolator coffee, but I’m not a coffee connoisseur. I just like what I like. What doesn’t bring me...