Three Unusual RV Trips

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You say you’re looking for a different RV adventure? Here are three ideas that might just satisfy that longing. 1. International Travel. Believe it or not it is possible to enjoy international travel without spending a small fortune. No, you don’t have to ship your RV to your destination, nor will you have to rent an RV. Instead, you simply exchange an RV. It works similarly to a …

Eight Reasons to Take an RV Vacation

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RVing is becoming increasingly popular with young families as well as baby boomers. If you think RVing something you might enjoy, but aren’t sure, let us give you 10 reasons you might want to try it. 1. Get back to nature. An RV vacation is a fabulous way to explore the great outdoors. Visit national or state parks, visit famous landmarks, go hiking, fishing, white water rafting, canoeing, …

Places to Go: Los Angeles / Orange County

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Oh, where do we start? With all there is to do in this area of the country, that’s the question you’ll be asking as you’re planning your RV vacation. Theme parks, shopping, beaches, parks, museums . . . the list goes on. You’ll find something for everyone here. Los Angeles This is the fastest growing and most populated city, at almost four million residents, in the state of …

Renting an RV

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If you’re thinking that recreational vehicle lifestyle might be right for you, but you aren’t 100% sure, then you might want to consider renting an RV to try it. Even if you know you love RVing, but can only travel for a short period of time throughout the year, or if you don’t want the expense or responsibility of maintaining an RV, then renting is a great option. …

Exploring Mississippi in an RV

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Who doesn’t remember when they learned how to spell the name of this state? It was probably the longest word we learned to spell and some of us learned it when we were really young—before we even knew what letters were! All in all—it’s just plain fun to spell! It’s also a fun place to visit! The state gets its name from America’s best known river, the mighty …

Visiting Family and Friends in your RV

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Today, people move from one part of the country to another, which results in families living far apart. Traveling in your RV to visit your family members and/or your friends who don’t live nearby is a wonderful way to see them all! There are many benefits to traveling this way, as well. Your recreational vehicle allows you, and those you’re visiting, to maintain privacy and it prevents feeling …

Stocking your RV, Part 2

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In part one of Stocking your RV, we addressed the basic things you need for the water, sewage and electrical systems, as well as leveling and stabilizing your RV. Part two will go over basic camping supplies and personal items to pack for your RV trip. Basic camping supplies- These are the items that will send you to the store to purchase if you have forgotten to pack …

Stocking Your RV, Part 1

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After months of saving, planning, and research, you finally purchase a recreational vehicle. You have talked of trips to take, places to visit, and things to see. It’s time to plan that trip and get ready to take your RV on the road. So, where do you begin? What do you need? Following are some ideas to help get you started. First, make a list of everything you …

RVing in Kentucky

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Spring is finally in the air and it’s time to start thinking about getting back out on the road. But where do you want to start? Have you ever thought about the great state of Kentucky? This diverse state has plenty to keep you busy–from history to mountains with caves, as well as several great cities. Eastern Kentucky The Eastern Region of Kentucky is where outside exploration is …

Let’s Take a Ride Down Route 66

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Originally, Route 66 was about 2,400 miles in length and started in Illinois, through Missouri and Kansas, on to Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico, it went through Arizona, and finally, ended in California. Today, however, the road is only about 1,410 miles long and doesn’t appear on maps. You can, however, still travel on much of the original road, but you must take time to carefully plan the …