Unless your RV is parked in a campground or resort and hooked up to endless gallons of water (and a sewer hookup), this necessity of life is rather finite.
There are nearly 2,900 rest areas on U.S. highways and major roads. Some of them are destinations in themselves including these six special stops.
From printable maps and state flags to illustrations and embroidery, there are many creative ways to document your travels through the states.
There are various opportunities to park your RV near a sea of lavender, wildflowers, and sunflowers. From blooming deserts to U-pick farms, spring has finally sprung.
Silence really is golden sometimes. If you’re looking for more peace and quiet on your next camping trip, head to these national parks.
Try It Tiny is a service dedicated to matching tiny houses with landowners. However, the site can also be useful for RV owners looking for a unique overnight place to park.
A double-decker bus from Bristol has a second life as a two-story dining room on wheels serving pub grub and music by The Beatles.
Purchasing an RV lot can be a great way to have both a vacation home and a parking spot in a fabulous location. However, before buying, take these tips into consideration.
Because of its proximity to Los Angeles, Joshua Tree National Park is one of the most popular national parks in the nation. But there is more to this area than spiky trees and starry skies.
Get a jumpstart on your RV spring cleaning and summer travels with a weekend’s worth of decluttering and cleaning.