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If you’re getting ready to store your RV for the winter and you live in a cold climate, there are certain things you need to do to winterize your rig to avoid problems down the road.
Fall is just around the corner, which means it will soon be time to enjoy one of nature’s most dazzling displays—when the leaves change from summertime green into brilliant shades of gold, yellow, orange, red and purple.
August 10 is National S’mores Day, so there’s no better time than right now to celebrate this cherished (and delicious) camping tradition. No one knows for sure who invented s’mores, but they at least date back to 1927 when a recipe for “some mores” was published in a Girl Scout handbook.
Your summer RV travel plans are probably well underway, and the last thing you’ll want to work into those plans is an unexpected repair. So we asked an expert, Tim Hulett, for some advice on maintenance tips to keep your RV running smoothly.
Naturally, campground owners want to do their part to protect the environment. After all, having a beautiful, natural setting is part of what makes campgrounds great! But did you know there are many campgrounds across the U.S. that go above and beyond to ensure they are as green as possible?
What makes a campground really great? Just ask the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC). Each year, the organization honors four campgrounds with its prestigious “Park of the Year” award.