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Fun in the Sun at the Sherwood Forest RV Resort

Located in Kissimmee, Florida, the Sherwood Forest RV Resort has the best of both worlds. Families can choose to stay at this resort because it’s only four miles from Disney World and twelve miles to Universal Studios, or campers may choose a quieter stay, going to the beach. Camping at the Sherwood Forest RV Resort offers a choice between excitement at nearby …

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21 Final Thoughts and Items For Our First Camper Adventure

One week to go and no buyer’s remorse yet. David and Pamela are near retirees (David went on part times status as of yesterday and Pamela retired from her nursing gig at the local hospital a few years ago and is working as a visiting nurse one day a week now). We bought the 26 foot (yes Pam, I know …

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Joshua Tree KOA—A Year Round Camper’s Playground

Lots of people, when going to the desert, might think it’s just a bare, hot place and that there’s nothing there except dirt, rocks, and cactus plants. But when I looked into Joshua Tree, I was surprised at the many activities we could do there on our next vacation. The truth is, the desert at Joshua Tree KOA is anything …

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The Complete Guide to Storing Your RV at Home

With Memorial Day and the Fourth of July behind us, we are fully in the throes of summer. Your RV is probably getting more use now than it does the whole rest of the year. From lakes to beaches and forests to parks, you’re zigzagging the globe and you couldn’t be happier about it. In the blink of an eye, …

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Best Travel Trailers Under $10,000

It’s generally a good idea to have a budget in mind in many aspects along life’s journey.  One journey that many want to take is the road to camping in an RV.  Maybe you’re a first time RVer or in the market for a newer model but your cash flow prohibits that monster rig, well there’s still oodles of travel …

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Fallen Leaf Lake—A Hidden Gem in Central California

If you’ve ever been camping at Lake Tahoe, you know that it’s crowded all year round. There is no “off” season for Tahoe and sometimes, a highly populated campsite is not relaxing or fun. Luckily there are several alternate campgrounds that are near Tahoe that are just as beautiful if not more breathtaking than the big lake. In this instance, …

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11 Best Family Camper Trailers With Bunk Beds

Traveling with family is the best, but when it comes to sleep space for big families, many campers fall short. So we looked into the best camper trailers we could find with bunk beds in all sizes and for all budgets.  There are a variety of travel trailers with bunks, including toy haulers, that are great for families. Jayco Jay Flight …

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7 Tips for Adding a 2nd Air Conditioner to your RV or Camper

Have you checked the weather lately? I hope so, because most of the United States is in for a heatwave. It will start this weekend and continue past the Fourth of July. While that’s awesome for your Independence Day plans, it’s not so awesome if you’re spending your summer aboard your RV or camper. Everyone knows how uncomfortable it can …

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Park Highlight—Governor Dodge State Park in Dodgeville, WI

Governor Dodge State Park was the first place we took our camper.  I would recommend it as a first adventure and spot to return to.  The park is easy to find your way through with well mark roads and sites.  No dead ends to have to back down with the trailer.  The roads are wide enough to accommodate a novice …

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South Padre Island RV Resort—for Year Round Non-Stop Fun

Fun Is Non-Stop at the South Padre Island RV Resort As I sat trying to decide on a place for our next RV trip the South Padre KOA in Texas came to mind.  So I thought I’d check into it. I knew I wanted a place that was entertaining not only for my wife and I, but also for our …