When you're traveling with your RV, whether you're pulling a 17ft travel trailer, a 35ft 5th Wheel or behind the wheel of a 45ft diesel pusher, route planning is a key element for a safe and stress free trip. Parking, traffic, bridges, road conditions...OH MY! We can't just whip into any restaurant for a pit … Continue reading Trip and Route Planning with RV Trip Wizard
As I've mentioned before, we currently have a Thousand Trail Zone pass, which we have really enjoyed. It has saved us boo-coos of dough (practically pays for itself your first two weeks), the campgrounds have been nice with great amenities and spread out perfectly throughout the southeast, which is the zone we picked for this … Continue reading Comparing Campground Memberships
SCROLL TO BOTTOM FOR UPDATE After a very frustrating and disappointing 3 months of hopping from Airbnbs and living out of our suitcases and truck (with sprinkles of joy scattered throughout, on account of visits with family during the holidays), we are finally back in our camper. I'm not going to recap all the issues … Continue reading On The Road Again…FINALLY!
Dear RV Industry, Where do I begin....since purchasing a brand new Keystone Alpine three months ago I have learned so much about your industry that has truly saddened me. I'm sad for the families who have had vacations ruined by lack of quality control. I'm sad for the hard-workin' men and women who spend anywhere … Continue reading Dear RV Industry…..