Do this before seriously considering buying an RV

RVtravel.com editor Chuck Woodbury has advice about buying an RV that you do not want to ignore. . . Too many potential buyers do not think of this one thing that could make them regret their new toy on their first camping trip. You don’t want to be sorry about your purchase. Sign up for one of our newsletters about... Read More

RV Pro Technician lists his basic tools for an RVer

  Take it from a pro when it comes to RV maintenance or repairs. RV Technician Chris Dougherty lists the best tools to carry in an RV to deal with routine maintenance and emergency repairs. This is a good starting point for what you will need.  Sign up for one of RVTravel’s newsletters about RVing. Pick and choose based on... Read More

How to maintain your RV’s fresh water tank

One thing that every RVer shares is the need for fresh water. Our kitchens and bathrooms, regardless of size and amenities, depend on it. Keeping our RVs supplied with clean, fresh-tasting water involves more than just hooking up a garden hose to a faucet. The following tips will help ensure that your water supply is clean and healthy. Start by... Read More

Campgrounds vary, fancy to barebones

RVers have many choices about where to camp from official, amenity-paced campgrounds to barebones “boondocking” sites in the middle of nowhere. Campsites can cost $50 a night or more, or they can be free. Most are in the $25 to $50 range. Reservations with private campgrounds can be made with individual campgrounds or through a central number for campgrounds with... Read More

What you need to know if you carry a firearm in your RV

RVtravel.com editor Chuck Woodbury explains how a law-abiding citizen of one state may risk getting in trouble by carrying a gun in another state, where laws differ. A survey by RVtravel.com revealed that 40 percent of RVers carry a weapon all or most of the time. RVers or others who travel with a firearm outside their own state should know... Read More

Protect you and your campground neighbors from a dangerous slideout!

One usually doesn’t think about their slideouts as being dangerous – especially to kids. But though you may not have thought about it, the slideout on your RV that makes your living space so roomy, can also be your – and your campground neighbors’ – enemy. Find out why in this short video by Chuck Woodbury from RVtravel.com. What you... Read More