The Open Road Campercation Magazine
Digital nomadism is becoming increasingly popular in this day and age, where working has become more detached from a central office. If you work from a laptop then chances are you can do it while on the road, provided you have a source of power and some internet connection. Here are our tips for working from your campervan or motorhome.
These top 10 motorhome gadgets are not gimmicks, these are practical pieces of equipment that will help you be more comfortable, have more fun and keep your belongings safe when travelling in your motorhome or campervan.
Campervan pub stopovers are the newest trend in travel, and it's not hard to see why. Camping is a comfortable way of exploring the outside world, and pubs are an iconic part of British culture. When camper van pub stopovers came about, it was like someone had combined two of life's greatest pleasures. The idea is to take a campervan trip from one city to the next, stopping at pubs along the way. Pub goers can enjoy drinks before they set off on their next adventure and have a new experience with each stopover. Here are some tips for making your camper van pub stopover successful.
The freedom of wild camping is like no other. To wake up to the quiet serenity of nature is an experience that will keep you coming back for more. Planning to wild camp can be quite nerve wracking, especially if its your first time or you’re going solo. To help you make the most out of your wild camping trip here are our top 5 tips for wild camping in your campervan or motorhome.
The best spot to park your motorhome overnight is in a well-lit area. Find a spot with higher buildings nearby in case someone were to break in during the night. You also want to make sure that the area is filled with other campers for safety reasons. Avoid spots near businesses, houses, or schools because these areas are much more likely to have problems with theft and vandalism. Also, stay away from railroad tracks and highways when possible since they can be unsafe.
RVing has become one of the best ways to explore new places and travel with family or friends. However, it can be stressful to take your RV out for a day or two at a time. That’s why many people are now trying staycations! Staying put in your RV is an easy way to relax and enjoy your surroundings. Here, are some tips on how you can have the best year-round RV staycation experience without ever leaving home.
Are you thinking about taking a road trip across the UK in a motorhome? If so, this is your lucky day. You’ve stumbled upon the ultimate guide for motorhome travel in the UK. We’ll take you through everything from choosing a vehicle to getting insurance and driving on British roads, and we won’t be forgetting the most important part: where to go once you arrive. This post has it all-you can read at your own leisure or share with friends and family who are also interested in touring the country by motorhome.
It’s a common misconception that living a minimalist lifestyle means you have to give up on your dreams of going out and exploring the world. You don’t have to live a nomadic lifestyle in order to go minimal. We all have a lot of stuff, and this can be especially true when you’re living out of one suitcase for months at a time. If you're looking for ways to simplify your life, here are some tips to help you get started.
Traveling is expensive. From the flight to the hotel stay, it can be hard to hit your budget without breaking the bank. Luckily, many of these costs are avoidable or can be reduced if you know what you’re doing. Here are some hacks for traveling on a budget so that your next vacation doesn’t have you depleted right when you get back!
If you're looking for a place to park your motorhome overnight, then you've come to the right place. Whether it's RVing or camping, you'll need to be able to find a spot that is safe and convenient for parking. Parking an RV on the side of the road isn't really recommended. It can be dangerous and it's not legal in some areas. Additionally, if you are not familiar with the area it could be difficult to find. Here are some tips on how to find sites for overnight parking of an RV.