Where do I put levels and how do I use them?

By Russ and Tiña De Maris   Having your RV level when parked not only makes it easier to get around in, it’s also critical for keeping your RV refrigerator alive. Most RV refrigerators can be damaged if run off-level, so keeping them happy is the priority. Leveling your RV is a lot easier if you have levels mounted outside... Read More

Under-value RV check-in/check-out checklists at your peril

  I know you’re thinking, I won’t forget anything when I arrive at my RV campground or when I pull up stakes and move on. Why would I need a checklist? I’m glad you have a perfect memory and don’t get distracted. But I have known several – lots – of fulltime RVers that have, in fact, forgotten something. And it’s especially... 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

Helpful “water fitting” accessories for your RV

By Russ and Tiña De Maris  If you’ll be camping in a park with “city water,” that is, water from a faucet, here are some good accessories to keep in your RV storage compartment. These can make your visit easier, even safer, for your rig. Inexpensive, you’ll thank yourself for having them when you need them. Even before you hang... Read More

Campsite checklists: arrival and departure

By Russ and Tiña De Maris  Camping with your RV can seem like a complicated process when you’re first getting started – kind of like flying a plane. Here are two “checklists” that can make your own RV “flight” arrivals and departures easier and safer. RV Arrival Checklist 1. Before you “land” your RV on a site, do a quick... Read More