Tips & Tools

4 Must Have RV Apps

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Unplugging from technology is one of the things we look forward to the most when we RV. However,  smartphones prove to be powerful tools for navigating from point A to B and providing useful information. Here are some apps you won’t want to RV without. Waze price: free Waze is like Google Maps on steroids. Read More

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Cool Gadgets for RVers

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With the summer travel season winding down, many travelers have been out camping a number of times already. If you’re like me, now is the perfect time to restock the RV and add new items that you may have seen at a campground but didn’t know about. Here’s my list of camping gadgets to make Read More

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Tia’s Tips for Driving a Class A Motorhome

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When I began this crusade to convince my husband, Keith, to purchase our first motorhome I had no intention on driving.  In fact, when I fantasized about our cross-country family trips the thought of driving that behemoth apartment-on-wheels never crossed my mind.  So once we were half-way up the east coast and my husband said Read More

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RV Terms Defined for First Timers

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Buying your first RV is nothing like buying your first car. There is a greater learning curve involved.  Veteran RVers and dealers are knowledgeable, but sometimes talking to them is like talking to the genius in math class. They are so smart, their explanation sounds way more complicated than it needs to be. Here is Read More

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4 Florida Destinations That Bring Road School to Life

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Beaches and theme parks aren’t the only things Florida has to offer RVers. Florida’s rich history and culture offers an opportunity to get your kid’s nose out of the text book and experience the lesson first-hand. Whether your kids are studying history, science or art, here are some fun Florida destinations to supplement their road schooling curriculum. Seacamp Take Read More

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