The Open Road Campercation Magazine
Safety is the most important thing you should think about when choosing an RV. It's even more important if you plan on sleeping in your RV while driving.
You may be thinking, "why would anyone want to sleep in an RV while driving?" However, it can come in handy for a variety of reasons. For instance, if you're camping and don't want to set up and break down your tent every night or if you're tired of hotels. Not only that but it saves money on gas and frees up space for hauling more stuff! Here are some tips on how to sleep comfortably in your RV while driving.
You know that feeling when you get back from a lovely vacation? Even better, when you think about your next holiday. You feel refreshed, revived and ready to take on the world again. It's because travelling is one of the best things in life. However, it's difficult to find the time and resources to travel enough. Here are some reasons why travelling is an essential part of your life, even if you only do it once in a while.
When most people think of RV’s, they usually think of a recreational vehicle. Someone might think that an RV is a vehicle with a bed, kitchenette and bathroom inside. A motorhome on the other hand is different from an RV. It has all those features, but it also has a living room, dinette set and sofa. So what is the difference between the two?
Trailers can be pulled by any vehicle with sufficient towing capacity, such as a pickup truck or SUV. Other types of trailers cannot be pulled by these types of vehicles because their weight exceeds the maximum towing capacity for these types of vehicles.
RVs are built on a chassis known as a "Truck Camper".
Camping in the summer is a great way to escape the hot weather in your home. It’s also a great way for you and your family to bond with each other. However, there are some things that you should avoid when camping. One of these things is setting up camp too close to water. Camping near water can lead to unwanted visitors like mosquitoes. All it takes is one mosquito bite to ruin an entire camping trip! If you want to avoid mosquito bites, make sure that you set up camp at least 50 feet away from any bodies of water (or lakes). Another thing not to do when camping is forgetting to bring bug spray. Whether you’re camping in the winter or the summer, bugs are known for ruining
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.
Travelling the UK has never been easier. Now that motorhome pubs and campsites have been popping up all over the country, there's no excuse to miss a great pint or a night under the stars.
The RV lifestyle is not for everyone. But for those who can't imagine living without the open road, an RV offers an affordable way to travel the country. The only downside of full-time RVer life is that there are still some places you can't visit. Getting "full hookups" at a campground is sometimes hard to find, especially if you're looking for something free. That's why it's important to know which types of camping sites are available and what to look for when choosing one. This guide will help you make the best decision on where your next RV stop or motorhome site will be!
Out on the open road in a motorhome? But not sure where to stop for the night? We have all the tips and information you need to find a campsite or parking space. Here's an article about how to find free overnight stops for motorhomes.
The van life has gained in popularity in recent years. It’s not hard to see why when you take into account the number of benefits that come with this lifestyle. From financial freedom to the simplicity of living without many possessions, here are 10 reasons why you should live the van life.
Owning a motorhome is a big commitment and typically requires special care. One of many precautions that owners take is properly storing and disposing of waste. Some destinations have designated waste disposal areas, while others don’t. If not, you may need to find a way to dispose of your waste on your own. Here, are some tips to keep in mind when finding a waste disposal location for your motorhome.