Any high pitched or grinding sound heard while towing a travel trailer is never a good thing. However, the annoying sound of a hitch ball squeak is easily remedied.
If you’re tired of traffic jams and crowded parking lots in the national parks, check out these 5 alternatives that offer similar features and a lot less people.
Creating a logo for your rig is a fun way to show off your personality. Even if you’re not a designer, there are several ways you can create a unique icon for on-the-road communication.
About the size of a lunchbox, this compact plug-in oven can heat up leftovers and cook raw food for healthful, simple meals on the road.
In order to live, work, and play on the road, this couple converted a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van that stores multiple mountain bikes and allows for comfortable living.
Burro fiberglass trailers are lightweight campers that tend to retain their value over time. Finding older trailers to clean up and restore can also be a fun project that keeps these unique campers alive.
If you find it difficult to throw away those little Altoids tins, here are six camping and RV kits you can make from the handy, hinged boxes.
Craft breweries are a great way to learn about the area you’re traveling in. These breweries are also close to convenient RV parks and resorts.
If you already have a minivan or Honda Element, Freeway Camper Kit offers several different ways you can turn your existing vehicle into a micro camper.
This inexpensive DIY paper towel holder was for a fiberglass trailer, but it can work for anyone who doesn’t want to drill holes in their RV kitchen.