Budgeting for each RV trip is a great way to make sure you don’t leave home without the essentials and that you’ve set aside enough money to have some serious recreation on the road. There’s no doubt that RV travel is affordable. According to Woodall’s, studies show families can get 50 to 80 percent more for their money by taking an RV vacation, compared to other options. That starts with smart budgeting.
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One of the great reasons to have adventures with an RV is to fully experience the world around you at a leisurely pace. Often, with your journey, comes the chance to enjoy nature at its best. As an RVer, you have a great opportunity to make a difference in our environment by making some green choices in your travels.
RV expert Mark Polk provides an invaluable lesson on how to properly enjoy a home on wheels.
Being able to see the newest RV models and latest gadgets and accessories is a great advantage of attending an RV Show.
RVing doesn’t have to stop just because the summer months are gone, but there are considerations you need to keep in mind when using your RV in cold weather.
When you’ve been traveling and sightseeing, a good night’s sleep is necessary if you hope to come back and do it all over again the next day. But sleeping in an RV can often present challenges. Here are several tips to help you cope.
When I say “tailgate,” you may automatically have an idea in your head of food and sports, but for those who don’t, here is a brief history and explanation of this fun event.
Wisconsin Dells is a city in Wisconsin named after the dells of the Wisconsin River, a gorge formed by glaciers. The city became popular in 1857 when the La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad was built in this area. In 1927, a man-made freshwater lake, called Lake Delton, was created to help bring more visitors to the area. Lake Delton is where you can experience most of the water attractions and resorts. Lake Delton is the home to Tommy Bartlett’s Thrill Show. The area increased in popularity when photographer H. H. Bennett took pictures of the Dells. As Bennett’s pictures spread across the United States, people started pouring into the area.