Free RV Camping Around Prescott AZ

Just 100 miles north of Phoenix, is the small city of Prescott AZ. It’s no wonder Prescott is one of the most popular camping areas in the state; its the perfect place to beat the summer heat in Arizona. Nestled within a cool Ponderosa Pine forest at 5,600 feet Prescott…

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5 Signs That It’s Heat Stroke

It’s time for summer camping! However, during hot summer weather, it’s important to know the symptoms of heat stroke. Heat stroke will develop with prolonged exposure to the heat, and generally happens along with dehydration. It can happen while summer camping, or while stuck in traffic without air conditioning. Heat…

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Make Your RV Shine Again

The majority of RV exteriors are fiberglass with a gel coat finish. Fiberglass is light weight and durable, which is important for a motorhome or trailer. What is Gel Coat? Gel coat is a synthetic resin used to coat and protect fiberglass. It’s very thin, and bonded to the fiberglass…

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Tips for Using Free Campsite Apps and Websites

Most fulltime RVers know about freecampsites.net and Campendium.com. These websites, as well as many smartphone apps, are invaluable for finding both free and paid places to camp. Not only do they pinpoint locations with GPS coordinates, they also have useful reviews from other campers. However, there are a few things…

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RV Camping Adventure in Lincoln County Nevada

Did you know, there is a lot more to Nevada, than the glitter of the Las Vegas strip? Hands down, the most beautiful place in Nevada is Lincoln county, on the eastern border with Utah. The landscape varies from wetlands and exotic deserts, to pinyon pine and cedar forests. Within…

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Living the RV Digital Nomad Lifestyle

It’s an aspiration for many; working online, living frugally on the road, while camping in beautiful, natural environments. But what’s really involved, in “living the dream”? Let’s delve into some key factors of the RV digital nomad lifestyle, while focusing on boondocking (camping off grid). Choose the Right Profession Some…

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Resolving RV Toilet Issues

In contrast to a residential toilet, an RV toilet flushes down into a holding tank (commonly called the black tank) rather than the sewer. This can cause a few different issues, including clogs and odors. First, let’s explore the issue of clogged RV toilets and holding tanks. Avoiding a Clogged…

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Springtime Boondocking Going North from Snowbird Country

With Snowbird season nearing it’s end, and the weather still frigid back home in Canada or the northern states, fulltime Rvers turn their attention to good, springtime places to camp. Higher in elevation, but not so high to still be cold, here are a few scenic suggestions, along the major…

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