by Dee Reed The tip of Maine has been called many things —The Crown of Maine and The Last Frontier of the East. Mainers just call it “The County.” When RVing in Maine, your itinerary could include biking along endless fields of potato blossoms; canoeing and fishing in one of the area’s 2,000 lakes, rivers, [...]
Courtesy of RVBusiness.com Yosemite National Park recorded more than 4 million visitors in 2010, marking the highest number in the past 14 years and building on a steady increase of visitors over the past four years, according to a news release. Yosemite received 4,047,880 visitors in 2010, up from 3,866,970 visitors in 2009 and 3,561,656 [...]
by Dee Reed It’s never too late to make a resolution about travel, and the ultimate travel destination for RVers is Alaska. Your driving route will also take you through Canada’s beautiful Yukon Territory. So put it on your list and start making plans. After you plan your route, it’s time to make reservations at [...]
by Betty Abramhson While camping the weekend of June 4, I shared my concern and showed my fellow campers the cracks that were occurring on the tires of my 2007 Cougar fifth-wheel. From the fall until spring, my camper is parked and the wheels are covered. After returning home, I called the company where I [...]
By Dee Reed If you like to mix crystal clear springs, rolling green pastures and unspoiled lakes into your experience while camping in Florida, then head your rig to Ocala. In fact, the city is the perfect destination before and after joining other Good Sam members at Good Sam’s 2011 Daytona 500 Samboree in February. [...]
By Paula Loehr, R.N. Until last spring, renting a recreational vehicle was not on my family’s to-do list. We really didn’t need to consider it. My husband Dennis and I have owned RVs of one type or another since the early ’80s, when our first child was born. Pop-ups, a travel trailer and two motorhomes [...]
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‘Home is where the heart is,’ or so the age-old saying goes. Thankful hearts famously gathered together in 1621 to honor the concept of home when English pilgrims and Native American Wampanoag held a harvest festival in Plymouth, Massachusetts. More than 200 years later in 1863, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed Thanksgiving an American holiday. Since then, Thanksgiving has reigned supreme as a time to ponder blessings and share a sense of home with special people we hold close to our hearts. While many Thanksgiving participants think of a specific house in a certain town as “home,” those of us who live an RV lifestyle realize that wherever our hearts travel, a sense of ‘home’ naturally tags along.
Our survey showed that 97% of Americans planning a fall road trip agree that their overall comfort is the key to enjoying it, so we joined together with America’s Byways to unveil a list of the ’50 Most Comfortable Touring Drives,’” said Gary Medalis, general manager for Goodyear consumer tires.
Free dumping at Flying J is no more. To continue providing waste dump station services at Flying J, the company has instituted a $10 fee to customers using this service. The company claims that this charge has become necessary to cover the increasing costs of offering this amenity. These additional fees include: Maintenance — escalating [...]