RV Propane Refrigerators vs All-Electric

RV propane refrigerator

There are three common types of RV refrigerators available: two-way, which works on propane and 120v AC, three-way which works on propane, 120v AC and 12v DC, and finally, residential refrigerators, which only work on 120v AC. RV Propane Refrigerators Two-way RV refrigerators run on both propane and 120v AC…

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10 Things Not to Do When Camping

camping don'ts

Camping and RV living brings a great sense of freedom and peace of mind. However, for some people, “freedom” seems to mean freedom from personal responsibility. While you are boondocking in the great outdoors, you need to keep a few things in mind; not only for the benefit of the…

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Autumn is the Time to RV in Texas

Autumn in Texas is short and sweet, but there is still plenty of things to do in the fall. From camping, hunting, and exploring the great outdoors to great a German Beer Fest, RV travel in Texas has plenty of activities for you this fall. Fall is the Best Time…

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California Road Trips to Escape the City

Pacific Coast Highway California road trip

City life in California can be stressful, to say the least; you and your family are constantly dealing with pollution, noise, crowds, and crime. Simply put, city life can be unhealthy and unnatural. Fortunately, the all-American road trip is the antidote to the stress of city life. A road trip…

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Getting an Oil Change for Your Motorhome

oil change

To put it bluntly, getting an oil change for your motorhome can be much more challenging than getting an oil change for your car. You can’t simply pull into Jiffy Lube with a 30’ long motorhome. In fact, things like oil changes are one reason why some people choose a…

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The Advantages of a Class A Motorhome

advantages Class A motorhome

Whether you want to winter in Florida or plan to snowbird out West, there are advantages to choosing a Class A motorhome. If you’re planning on getting into the RV lifestyle, you’re undoubtedly wondering what type of rig to choose. Should you go with a travel trailer or a 5th…

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Spending the Summer in the White Mountains of Arizona

While many in Arizona escape to Flagstaff, Payson or Prescott during the summer, there is another, high, cool mountainous place. The White Mountains along the eastern edge of the state are teeming with elk, beautiful lakes, and majestic Ponderosa pine. It’s a great getaway, and there are plenty of places…

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10 RV Camping Opportunities Near New Orleans

RV camping in Louisiana

New Orleans is a unique, world-class city, full of fun, food, and music. New Orleans is the best city to party, from the nightclubs along Bourbon Street, the fantastic food in the French Quarter, and of course, Mardi Gras. But, once the party is over, the restorative solitude only nature…

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