11 Unforgettable RV Camp Spots on the Big Island of Hawaii

Hawaii offers some of the most beautiful scenery experiences in the world. There are beaches, hiking trails that lead to the tops of volcanoes, and a diverse culture you won’t be able to find anywhere else. You will feel on top of the world (literally). Most RV camping spots in Hawaii are more rustic and … Read more

Airstream Camper Depreciation: Do They Hold Value?

So, you’re wondering about that Airstream, aren’t you? Whether or not it’s worth all the money and all the looks. Don’t worry, we’re going to go over that. As an Airstream lover, I know that it can be quite shocking when you see the price tag. Do Airstream campers hold their value? When you purchase … Read more

11 Best RV Campgrounds in Arkansas

RV camping is interesting to me, and as someone from the Midwest, I wanted to learn about the best RV campgrounds in Arkansas. Many great places to camp exist in other states, especially this beautiful place. Here’s what I learned about RVing in Arkansas. Where to Find the Best RV Campgrounds in Arkansas Below is … Read more

13 Great RV Retirement Communities in Georgia

Picking a place to retire can be a difficult task. Georgia is a great place to retire, because of the year-round nice weather, its natural beauty, and its friendly people. If you are thinking of retiring in Georgia and want to stay in a nice RV Community, you need to explore your options. To help … Read more

Can Airstreams Get Water Leaks?

If you are gearing up to purchase an Airstream, you probably want to make sure it isn’t going to leak on you. Can Airstreams get water leaks? Airstreams can leak. Over time and with wear and tear, the seals on your Airstream will break down, resulting in a leak. However, Airstreams are known to last … Read more

Class B motorhome covered with snow and ice.

Does My Camper or RV Have a Rubber Roof?

When deciding to take a look at my rubber roof on my camper to see if any repairs were needed, I wondered why rubber roofs are becoming more common on campers and RVs. It turns out there are several reasons. Rubber roofs are cheaper to maintain or repair, have low weight, are less slippery, and … Read more