RVing in Mexico


by Paul Beddows
November 25, 2015

  Despite border-crossing hassles and bad press, our neighbor to the south is friendlier and more accessible to RVers than you may think. Here’s what to know before you go For the past eight years, I have spent every winter towing my 25-foot travel trailer throughout Mexico, both on my own and... Read more »

Imagine This


by Chris Hemer
November 24, 2015

  Known for its fifth-wheels, Grand Design RV builds a lightweight travel trailer for upscale family fun Sometimes, the measure of success isn’t what you do right but what you don’t do wrong. In the highly competitive world of trailer manufacturing, where features and amenities must walk a... Read more »

All Keyed Up


by Dave G. Houser
November 24, 2015

  Freewheeling along Florida’s Overseas Highway from Key Largo to Key West Onboard the glass-bottom catamaran Spirit of Pennekamp, we’re hovering above a dazzling subaquatic garden of coral forming the last remaining live coral reef in the continental United States. Brightly colored tropical... Read more »

Sweet ’16s


Chris Hemer
October 30, 2015

  Looking for a new pickup? From upgraded features to more powerful engines and added models, 2016 offers something for every truck buyer   Pickup trucks used to be a lot like wheelbarrows — an essential tool for heavy work but not necessarily something you’d want to ride around town... Read more »

Bonjour, Quebec


by Larry MacDonald
October 28, 2015

  In the small towns and villages along the north shore of the St. Lawrence River, you don’t need to speak French to enjoy the scenery and feel the joie de vivre “Seen from the ferry, a sunrise on the St. Lawrence is an awesome sight,” remarked a woman on the Gaspé Peninsula in Quebec.... Read more »

Pop-Up Paradise


by Donya Carlson
October 28, 2015

  Purple Line’s Opus folding trailer packs in the amenities and is at home anywhere you roam When we decided to deviate from the norm and review a pop-up trailer, John Cleese’s immortal catchphrase, “And now for something completely different,” from the Monty Python series came to mind.... Read more »

Braving the Yukon


by Doug Sack
October 27, 2015

  Spending the winter in an R-pod trailer gave this retired sportswriter a new perspective on cold weather As a reasonably rational and recently retired sportswriter who blew out 68 candles on his last birthday, I would never have planned a winter camping trip to Canada’s Yukon territory and... Read more »

Class of 2016


by Ty Adams
September 30, 2015

  From lightweight travel trailers to luxury fifth-wheels and innovative toy haulers, a dozen new floorplans and lineups make auspicious debuts this model year   Augusta Luxe Pushing the high end of the luxury fifth-wheel envelope, Augusta RV recently unveiled the Luxe, a five-floorplan fifth-wheel... Read more »

Great American Haunts


by Kathy Berardi
September 30, 2015

  Five spine-tingling destinations to visit this Halloween season   Fall is the season to get out on the open road for a quick weekend getaway or a relaxed longer trip to enjoy the changing leaf colors, autumn festivals and, if you pick your stops right, some hair-raising experiences. Just... Read more »

Big Family Fun


Article and Photos by Chris Hemer
September 25, 2015

  The Ford Expedition EL and Denali Lite 2611BH travel trailer have more than enough room for your adventures We’ve all heard the popular expression “Go big or go home.” But if you have a large family and you’re passionate about RVing, you pretty much have to go big or stay home. Finding... Read more »

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