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These Are the Five Best Low-Maintenance Campers Available

Part of the reason you probably bought your RV in the first place was to get away from all the hustle and bustle of daily life. Really, let’s be honest: between work, family, bills, and other responsibilities, life can be kind of high-maintenance, right? It’s okay to admit it. Everyone’s lives are extraordinarily frazzled at some time or another, and …

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Average RV Campground Rates: How Much to Expect Per Night

When I first bought my RV, I wasn’t sure how much it would cost to stay at a campground. I wasn’t sure if I should boondock or go to an actual campsite. In general, RV campsites cost between $25 and $80 per night depending on the location, the size of the space, and what connections are offered. In my experience, …

21 Things to Know Before Buying a Pop-Up Tent Trailer

For beginners who haven’t taken the plunge and bought an RV yet, a trailer attachment makes sense. This lets you get a feel for the driving, parking, and towing of an RV without the cost. One of the most beloved trailer options is the humble pop-up tent trailer. This has plenty of room for storage, but it’s meant to be …

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Arctic Packages for RVs: 7 Things to Check Before Buying

Before the first snowfall of winter arrives, it’s time to pack up your RV until the warmer season. Right? While sure, that’s what many RV owners decide to do, not all drivers will. Some live in environments where wintry climes are the norm, so they take their vehicles out despite the weather. Others may want to save some money. After …

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9 Important Things to Prepare Your Truck for Towing a Camper

Every outdoors-man has to start somewhere when they start looking at taking camping more seriously.  If you’re unsure where to begin, this guide is for you. This information is for the beginner camper, preparing your truck and camper to get on the road with the utmost comfort and performance. 9 – How much can your vehicle really tow? It’s very …