Posted on May 15, 2013 12:00:00 AM
Louisiana is an amazing state full of natural and political history. Located along the beautiful Gulf Coast where the final marshlands of the mighty Mississippi River empty, RV drivers will greatly enjoy their time driving through the state. Louisiana also offers a variety of campgrounds that are available to RVs for easy stopping; these can be found in large cities such as New Orleans and Baton Rouge, as well as smaller cities, such as Breaux Bridge and Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Mar 22, 2013 12:00:00 AM
Planning a trip to Alabama can be a lot of fun, whether you are traveling to visit family, are just passing through on your way to another place, are stopping in the state to see the attractions or if you are simply heading to the area for business. Although there are countless ways to travel to Alabama and to enjoy the beautiful state, one enjoyable way of doing so is traveling in an RV. Not only Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Jun 10, 2012 12:00:00 AM
Mapping your route and selecting campgrounds are two things that should be done before you hit the road in your RV. Plan your trip ahead of time and decide which of Kentucky’s attractions you most want to see. Churchill Downs may be one of the most famous attractions in the state and it is certainly worth visiting. There are however, many other attractions to experience. Horse farms, vineyards, The National Corvette Museum and Mammoth Cave are just a few examples of the wide variety of things to do in Kentucky.
Once you have an idea of Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Apr 30, 2011 12:00:00 AM
There are so many things to do and see in Georgia while you are traveling in an RV! I thought that I would help to point you in the right direction. To begin with, you are going to need a place to park your RV. Only 25 miles outside of Atlanta, in Cartersville, you will find Allatoona Campground. They have everything from a general store and a swimming pool to white sand beaches with boat rentals.
While in Georgia, make sure to take time to try some of the southern cuisine. You will find fried chicken, fried green tomatoes, Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Apr 16, 2011 12:00:00 AM
Enjoying a trip to Florida while traveling in an RV offers you many options in what to see, and where to stay. In an RV, you have all the luxuries of home, and the ability to move around the state.
Enjoying the Sea
There are a few options if you want to camp by the water. First, many RV parks offer ocean front camping. Imagine waking up to the sounds of the waves, taking in the fresh air, all while having your creature comforts of a kitchen, bath, and comfy bed. Enjoy Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Apr 1, 2011 12:00:00 AM
Maryland is a great place to go in an RV. Those who enjoy camping enjoy seeing many new sights and enjoy meeting new people. One of the common problems experienced is that the RV can get very crowded. Here are some packing tips that will not only make your trip more enjoyable but will mean you pack less.
1.To keep your drinking glasses safe while traveling put them inside of clean socks.
2.Put a layer of bubble Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Jan 24, 2011 12:00:00 AM
It’s pretty much common knowledge for most RVers that Wal-Mart is the first choice when it comes to free overnight parking for RVs and campers.But if you’re on the road and don’t have a Wal-Mart locked in your cross-hairs what’s the next best solution? Use your wireless connectivity orwww.cannonsatellite.com and there’s a good chance you can access some local policies for other retailers that allow overnight parking.Following is a brief list of several that we have identified, but we still suggest that you access specific locations within this list (by state or city) to guarantee that free parking is allowed:
- Sam’s Club
- Camping World
- Cracker Barrel
- Flying J Truck Stops
- Lowe’s Home Improvement
- Loves Travel/Truck Stops
- Petro Truck Stops
- TA Travel Centers
- Weight Scales
If you still need to access some resources you might want to keep a copy or two of the following nearby, as well (all available at Amazon):
- Wal-Mart Atlas
- Casino Camping Guide to RV-Friendly Casinos
- The Complete Book of Boondock RVing: Camping Off the Beaten Path
You know the adage about information being power so arm yourself with some information and you’ll soon be on your way to a powerful road trip.
Posted on Oct 8, 2010 09:39:54 AM
Being on the road doesn’t mean you’re restricted to eating from fast food restaurants that are scattered all along our landscape; and the best way to assure you don’t fall victim to these diet-killers is to plan ahead so you don’t fall victim to hunger pangs unprepared.Here are some smart choices to keep at the ready so you can avoid the neon signs that seemingly scream your name:
- Cleaned and sliced raw vegetables — grape or cherry tomatoes are always fun to eat
- Apples, oranges, bananas, grapes
- Dried apricots, apples (or other fruit of your choice)
- Cheese that has been cubed in advance or Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Aug 5, 2010 12:51:16 PM
When you head out into the wilderness for a relaxing vacation in your RV, the last thing you want is a fire accident spoiling your fun. Chances are you will make a fire at some point during your trip, and there are a few key tips you should always remember in order to protect yourself and the wilderness around you.Fire safety is one of the most important priorities for any outdoor adventure, but when you’re sleeping in an RV filled with flammable fuel, it is even more crucial that you take every precaution. The use of fires should be kept to a minimum and only used for necessary cooking and warmth. When you do make a fire, you should always use a fire pit or fire ring so that it is contained in some way. Most campsites will already have a place for making a fire, but if not, you can make your own. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Aug 5, 2010 12:50:01 PM
A vacation in an RV can be an unforgettable adventure in which you make lifelong memories. But to ensure these are positive happy memories, there are a number of safety preparations you should make to avoid any accidents or injuries.While you are using your RV, it serves as your home; where you sleep, eat, and spend time with friends and family. For this reason, you should take the same safety precautions you do in your permanent home. Any RV should have a smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector installed. These are extremely important because you will be cooking in close proximity with where you will be sleeping at night. Before you leave, make sure the batteries of these devices are working properly. You should also take the same security measures you use on your home such as locks on windows and doors. Read the rest of this entry »