Travel Tips

Sun RV Resorts in the Rio Grande Valley

February 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

The Rio Grande Valley in southern Texas, also known as The Valley, is a growing hot spot for Winter Texans that flock to this region every year. Casa del Valle, Kenwood and Snow to Sun are three premier Sun RV Resorts, located in the heart of The Valley, that offer complete amenity packages in fantastic [...]

Snowbird Lifestyle – Join the migration of RVers who flee the snow and follow the sun

October 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Just as the autumn season brings on cooler temperatures and a colorful display of foliage, so too it reminds us of the oncoming chill of winter that follows: snow, ice, and bone-chilling cold. You’re familiar with the drill: dig out the snow shovel, take the snow blower on a test run, and pull out the [...]

The Leader of the Pack: A Guide to Traveling With Pets

August 7, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

The Leader of the Pack: A Guide to Traveling With Pets

by Brent Peterson Anyone who owns a pet probably has no trouble admitting that their four-legged friends (and birds and fish, too) are truly part of the family. And as such, their furry friends are entitled to all the perks and benefits of family membership, including travel. Would you load up the RV for that [...]

RV Horse Sense: Stop Feeding Horses that Aren’t Working

July 24, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

RV Horse Sense: Stop Feeding Horses that Aren’t  Working

By Gale Banks Today’s gasoline-burning motorhomes are seriously underpowered. Even when outfitted with the most contemporary engines, there doesn’t seem to be an improvement in overall performance. As the engine makers have added power, the motorhome manufacturers have added weight to their coaches. So you have never-increasing, and even decreasing, motorhome performance. This is a [...]

Share Your Great Trip—Make a Video!

August 15, 2012 by · 2 Comments 

Share Your Great Trip—Make a Video!

One of the amazing benefits of an RV trip is the opportunity to see a wide variety of places and people. Photographs are the standard way of capturing these people and places to show friends and family, but sometimes a photo can really fall flat. One of the best methods to save your RV Trips [...]

Throwing the Perfect Patriotic Party, Campground Style

June 25, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Throwing the Perfect Patriotic Party, Campground Style

Summertime conjures up memories of cold watermelon slices, fireworks against a night sky and get-togethers with friends and family, all while enjoying the outdoors. Patriotic decorations and events go hand-in-hand with summer camping as people celebrate the Fourth of July (or any beautiful long summer weekend). The Fourth of July marks the middle of the [...]

Keep Bugs Out of Your RV

June 11, 2012 by · 1 Comment 

Keep Bugs Out of Your RV

Nobody likes being bugged by insects, especially on vacation, but the nature of RVs and outdoor camping means that your vehicle attracts bugs from the first hatch of spring to the first frost of fall. A few simple tricks and handy products can turn your vehicle into a relatively bug-free zone and prevent bugs from [...]

Conserving Fuel On The Go

May 23, 2012 by · 4 Comments 

Conserving Fuel On The Go

With the summer driving season quickly approaching, a few tips on ways to save on fuel can help you plan your summer travels and your summer budget. Speeding up, slowing down and accelerating up hills — it may seem obvious, but the way you drive is the biggest factor in lowering your gas mileage. When [...]

5 Tips for Your Next Cross-Country Adventure

April 23, 2012 by · 7 Comments 

5 Tips for Your Next Cross-Country Adventure

By Tom Kaiser There’s no better way to travel than in an RV. Each cross-country trip teaches new tips that enhance the next adventure. Here are a few such tips to make your next journey even more enjoyable. 1.     Keep an eye out for deals and plan your route accordingly The web is a treasure [...]

10 Tips to Save Space in an RV

April 15, 2012 by · 4 Comments 

10 Tips to Save Space in an RV

Isn’t it amazing how much room your RV seems to have when it’s on the dealer show floor? Especially when you move up in size. Whether you go from a 18’ to a 26’ towable or a Class C to a Class A, it just seems oh so much bigger. That is until you start [...]

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