Camping Without Boundaries


by Kristopher Bunker
May 2, 2016

  For the ultimate in RVing freedom, campers can go almost anywhere trucks can, and the latest models offer everything from multiple slideouts to a king-size bed   To many of us, RVing means freedom — the freedom to pull up stakes at the drop of a hat and camp anywhere we choose. But for... Read more »

Silver Is Gold


by Kevin Livingston
April 29, 2016

  Northwood’s smallest Arctic Fox fifth-wheel is four-season-friendly and loaded with some surprising features With a reference to one of the coldest regions on earth in its name, the 2016 Northwood Arctic Fox Silver Fox Edition 27-5L was destined to be a four-season-capable fifth-wheel. In... Read more »

A Good Connection


by Kristopher Bunker
April 28, 2016

  The Spree Connect lightweight bunkhouse inspires family togetherness in a comfortable, well-appointed trailer One of the main reasons I became interested in RVing was the opportunity the lifestyle affords to connect with family and friends. Shortly after we had our first child, I could already... Read more »

California’s Enchanted Hill


by Peter Lewis
April 28, 2016

  A towering figure in American history, media magnate William Randolph Hearst built a mansion in the sky that was just as audacious as he was. Now a historical landmark, Hearst Castle recalls the high society of its heyday nearly a century ago Weekend getaways rarely have 115 rooms furnished... Read more »

Oliver’s Twist


by Chris Hemer
March 30, 2016

    This Tennessee-based manufacturer builds low-volume, high-quality fiberglass trailers with some very unexpected features Products for consumer use are almost always designed to satisfy the needs of the largest demographic. It just makes sense. If you want to sell a lot of the products... Read more »

Canada’s West Side Story


by Larry MacDonald
March 29, 2016

  Off the mainland coast of British Columbia, Vancouver Island’s Comox Valley charms visitors with its friendly communities, gentle climate and alpine-to-shoreline geography As full-time RVers from Canada, my wife, Sandy, and I have spent the past seven winters in the sunny climes of the Southwest,... Read more »

Gems of the Jersey Shore


by Jeremy and Stephanie Puglisi
March 29, 2016

  From Atlantic City to Cape May, the Garden State’s classic seaside strip glimmers with beaches and boardwalks, casinos and campsites  The sun is barely above the ocean horizon, and already the Cape May promenade is teeming with cyclists enjoying the scenic 2-mile stretch of paved boardwalk... Read more »

Home on the Open Range


by Kristopher Bunker
March 29, 2016

  Highland Ridge’s four-season Roamer hits the road with residential amenities and upscale appointments A quick look at the history of Highland Ridge RV reveals an impressive lineage. Although relatively new to the recreational vehicle market, Highland Ridge was originally known as Open Range,... Read more »

Electrical Independence


by Bob Livingston
February 29, 2016

  Installing a powerful solar system provides freedom from the utility grid and the opportunity to stay in primitive locations without giving up conveniences The sun is a gigantic mass in the solar system that everyone expects to come up in the morning and to go down in the evening. It’s the... Read more »

Ready for Takeoff


by Kristopher Bunker
February 28, 2016

  Starcraft’s lightweight Launch travel trailer propels families into the RV stratosphere Sometimes, selecting a new travel trailer is as simple as taking note of what’s in your driveway. Purchasing a new tow vehicle can play havoc with your budget, so it makes sense to determine the tow rating... Read more »

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