Several months ago, we found ourselves unexpectedly in Colorado. We went from planning on stationary RVing in Florida to packing up the RV and driving out to Denver. With only 1 week before we launched, we found ourselves struggling to find campgrounds near Denver. We called every day to secure a 30-day site less than 30 minutes from Denver. After calling a dozen parks, we found 1 RV park that fit the bill. Here is our experience searching for monthly RV parks and what you can expect if you find yourself looking for long-term RV camping in Denver.Continue Reading
Three and a half years of grinding it out day after day living full time in a 26’ travel trailer will completely test the build quality and durability of any RV. In that time, quite a few things, minor and major have out right busted, and some we’ve just worn down. Our 26’ Travel Trailer has been a 24 hour a day endurance laboratory, and I’m here today to ask the question, WHY THE HECK DID THAT BREAK IN MY RV? Here is, in no particular order, is the list!
There are tons of tips and advice for fulltime RVers out there. Where to stay, what you can or cannot tow, fuel costs, etc. What you don’t hear about are stationary RVers and it’s pretty crazy because there are a bunch of RVers that fulltime and never travel at all. Are you considering stationary RVing? Wondering what you need to know before you take the leap? I reached out to three other fulltime RVing families and couples for their experiences in stationary RVing that I think will help you get inspired and feel prepared as you start your own RV journey.
As summer gets closer every day, families across the country are planning out their long-awaited vacations. With so many destinations across the country, it can be overwhelming to narrow your search down to just one. That’s why we’ve put together the 5 must-see US RV travel destinations. Hopefully, this list will inspire you to decide on a fun adventure for your fun summer travel plans.Continue Reading