New to RVing? We’ve got you covered with our travel trailer essentials list. Jen and I spent a lot of time researching our rig and set up before leaving Hawaii. Knowing what you need to get started can be a big task, especially if it’s your first time RVing. There ...read more!
Take your RV on the Galveston-Port Bolivar Ferry
The Galveston-Port Bolivar ferry takes travelers on SH 87 between Galveston Island and the Bolivar Peninsula. The service is free, and it was easy even with our 37ft travel trailer! At any given time, one vessel is in operation 24 hours a day. Additional vessels are added when needed, during ...read more!
Getting our First Flat in the RV
The best time to get a flat is? NEVER!!! We got our first flat ON OUR WAY to take our RV in for a tire rotation. Muphy’s Law got us! We hit a massive spike in the road “three minutes” into our trip and started losing pressure. Luckily our TPMS ...read more!
Camping at United States Army Corps of Engineers Sites
If you have some flexibility in the services needed to comfortably RV, then really consider camping at the US Army Corps of Engineers Campgrounds. They offer great sites, at very reasonable rates, in some unique locations across the country. You can typically stay for up to 14 days during any ...read more!
Add Adventure with Harvest Hosts
Want a full year of access to a database of some unforgettable RV locations for the cost of ONE NIGHT at an RV resort? If you haven’t heard of Harvest Hosts and you own an RV – let us show you some of the cool places we’ve gotten to stay ...read more!
Safely Connecting RV to Shore Power
Safety is Paramount! Electrical safety is critical when connecting your RV to shore power. A few precautionary steps can increase your protection from accidents or injuries while potentially saving you from costly repairs if done correctly. Here are some steps we suggest to increase your safety when connecting an RV to ...read more!
Boondocking baby 👶 steps! We are off the grid! After waving off a horrible RV Park we’re in a State Park with no sewer, water or power for the next 48hrs! Will we survive? Source ...read more!