RV Lover's Blog

Christmas Camping

Susan J

Christmas camping is a great way to enjoy the most wonderful time of the year. With family nearby and at your favorite location, what could be better? You may enjoy decorating your RV to help get into the holiday spirit. If you plan to spend the holidays away, there are a few things you may… Read more »

DIY on keeping unwanted Mice out of your Camper

Susan J

How do you keep unwanted pests out of your camper? What safe methods have you found that really work? As you know, mice can get into the tiniest of openings and cause the biggest issues in your camper. Often, blocking a mouse hole does not keep them from finding another point of entry.   There… Read more »

It’s the most spooktacular time of the year for camping!

Susan J

Halloween camping can be very exciting for both adults and children. Campgrounds often host fun activities such as haunted hayrides, trick or treating, campsite decorations and tons of fun games for both parents and children. But what if there was a campground that was truly haunted? Would you camp there? Do you know of any… Read more »

10 Best Snowbird RV Parks To Spend Your Winter

Susan J

Unless you’re one of those rare birds who love the cold and snow, you’re probably ready to head south when the temperatures start to drop. Winter is the perfect time to take your RV on a sunny adventure to escape the harsh weather back home. In this post, we’ll explore our top picks for winter… Read more »

How to Protect and Care for Your RV Roof

Susan J

When you’re RVing, you’re never lacking for a roof over your head — as long as you take care of that roof! Neglected roofs will wear down and, ultimately, begin to leak. RV roofs are expensive to fix, up to $300 per linear foot if your roof has experienced extensive damage. So it’s important to… Read more »

Truck Camper vs. Travel Trailer: Which is Right For You?

Susan J

If you want to enjoy upleveled camping or the convenience of taking your roof with you on the road, your options are limitless. Narrowing down those options can be overwhelming. If you want to use your truck to haul your RV, you have two main choices: truck campers or travel trailers. Both of these options… Read more »

3 of the Best Fifth Wheels Under 50k

Susan J

If you’re looking to get into a new RV on a budget but you don’t want to sacrifice space or features, a fifth wheel is a fantastic choice. They’ve been compared to a one-bedroom condo on wheels. Fifth wheels are affordable because they use a truck (or other towing vehicle) to pull them — you’re… Read more »

Classic Accessories

Susan J

Classic Accessories is a brand-new line on our RV site.  Although new to us, the company has been around since 1983 and offers an array of products. We feel it is important to offer variety and variation in cover options to our customers, since we know that protection needs are often different for different areas… Read more »

Universal Vehicle Tent

Susan J

While you’re out in the wilderness, there are various ways of camping, depending on your style. Maybe you prefer a large class A, or maybe a smaller travel trailer, or even a tent. If you are the owner of a Jeep or SUV, there is an option for an attached universal tent. They are very… Read more »

The Perfect RV Campground

Susan J

Do you want to go camping but always have trouble picking out the perfect campground? Do you prefer the mountain areas or the sun and sand? Would your perfect campsite have both? That would definitely be the best of both worlds. There are so many factors to consider when looking for the perfect RV campsite…. Read more »