All Washed Up


By Chris Hemer
April 22, 2015

  Cleaning Every Part of Your Motorhome this Spring is Easy with These Specialty Products   Everyone knows how to wash a car. It’s paint, plastic and glass for the most part, and caring for it can be as simple as running it through the carwash. Motorhomes, on the other hand, are a different... Read more »

Tapping Routes to Nature’s Flower Box


By Rhonda Ostertag
April 21, 2015

  A Tour of Wildflower Hot Spots Across the Country   When nature’s wand sweeps over the barren-sleep of winter, the transformation is celebratory and a signal to travel. Given the diversity of this great land, the wildflower theater is varied and the timing accommodating — even for procrastinators.... Read more »

Push It!


By Kristopher Bunker
April 20, 2015

  These Entry Level Class A Diesel Pushers Pack In the Amenities Without Breaking the Bank Mention “diesel pusher” to a fellow RVer and you’re likely to get a predictable, old-fashioned response: He/she will laud the diesel’s muscle, long-term durability, relatively quiet ride and improved... Read more »

A Whole New Ballgame


By Jeff Crider
March 30, 2015

  More and more RV parks and resorts across the U.S. are adding pickleball courts to their on-site amenities   Pueblo El Mirage RV & Golf Resort in El Mirage, Arizona, installed its first two pickleball courts six years ago. But so many snowbirds took an interest in pickleball that lines... Read more »

Spring at Last


By E. Don Smith
February 23, 2015

  Preparing your coach for another travel season   After a long, hard winter, one of the things that signals spring for RV owners is the de-winterizing of the motorhome. Once you know that freezing weather is over, it’s time for the annual spring freshen-up to get ready for the fun and... Read more »

Sampling Regina, Saskatchewan

flaky crois­sants, is made in-house at Hotel Saskatchewan.

By Bobbie Hasselbring
January 27, 2015

  Big skies and world class restaurants will highlight a trip to western Canada Winter is a great time to begin travel planning a road trip through the wide-open prairies of Saskatchewan, the “land of the living skies.” This western Canadian province is an RVer’s delight. You’ll find miles... Read more »

Four Times the Fun in Southern California


By Bobbie Hasselbring
December 23, 2014

  These attractions — Disneyland, Disney California Adventure, Knott’s Berry Farm and Universal Studios Hollywood — appeal to the kid inside all of us   Everyone loves amusement parks and Southern California boasts the four granddaddies — Disneyland, Disney California Adventure, Knott’s... Read more »

A Glimpse Into 2015


By Bruce Hampson
December 18, 2014

  Creative floorplans and continuing advances in technology lead the charge for new motorhomes introduced to dealers; Class B’s are the fastest-growing segment There’s a good reason why toy haulers number among the most popular RVs going into 2015 — and it doesn’t necessarily have anything... Read more »

Going Solo


By Arline Chandler
November 22, 2014

  Meet Three Women RVers Who Call the Road Their Home   A few years ago, a single woman living full time on the road in a motorhome was rare, yet today solo RVers are common. They choose to make an RVing lifestyle for various reasons: retirement, divorce, empty nests, fulfillment of a dream... Read more »

Holiday Foodie Gifts


by Bobbie Hasselbring
November 21, 2014

  The holidays are just around the corner and, if you’re like me, you’ve got plenty of stuff, probably more than you need. Instead of giving more stuff, how about offering a taste of the road? Increasingly, small, artisan food companies are producing terrific products, everything from real maple... Read more »

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