When Work 
and Camping Combine

  For RVers, Workamping 
is a Ticket 
to Travel   In 1987, Greg and Debbie Robus founded Workamper News, a publication that later expanded into numerous services...

2013 RV OOPS AWARDS

  “What’s the dumbest thing you’ve ever done while RVing?” Electrical Errors and Fuel-Pump Fiascoes are 
Among This Year’s Top 10 Motorhome Mishaps Most RVers have experienced...

Little RV on the Prairie

  Homestead Hopping Along Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Highway It started out innocently enough. My kids and I listened to the first Little House on the...
Cal-Am Resort's Superstition Views

Full-Timer Transition at Cal-Am Resort’s Superstition Views

In many ways, Jill and Clint Baumann are deep into the motorhome lifestyle and love it. They have been full-time RVing for almost 12...
Shakedown Cruise

Shakedown Cruise

In the interest of avoiding unpleasant surprises, a shakedown trip should be No. 1 on the travel plan after acquiring a new or used...
At Jake’s Famous Crawfish

Mad for Mudbugs

Mudbug. Crayfish. Mudpup. Crawdaddy. Crawfish. Whatever you call them, those little warm water crustaceans are delicious, relatively inexpensive, easy to cook and make a...
Quad Stretch

15 Exercises to Keep You Fit

I love everything about traveling in a motorhome except for the long hours sitting while we drive from point A to point B. Even when...
When the generator cover has been removed, take this opportunity to give an overall visual inspection for any disconnected or loose wires as well as oil or fuel leaks. Gently clean out dirt or cobweb build up as you familiarize yourself with the normal appearance of your generator before there is a problem.

A Quick Guide to Generator Care and Maintenance

Much of the freedom we enjoy by traveling in a motorhome can be attributed to the benefits of self-containment, which is supported in large part...
Saddle Rock Pub

Road Foodie: A Taste of Wenatchee Valley, WA

Wenatchee Valley, on the east side of Washington’s Cascade Mountains, is a high-desert agricultural oasis well known for growing some of the finest wine...
The Solar Boost 2512iX charge controller

Sun Power

While motorhomes are reasonably well equipped for dry camping — boondocking, as it’s often called — many come up short of 12-volt DC reserve...

Products

Monitor Wizard

Monitoring the levels of a motorhome’s battery banks is a critical part of the motorhome lifestyle, especially while boondocking. To make the process easy,...
ecocamel shower head

Ecocamel’s Orbit: Singing in the Shower

This innovative showerhead reduces consumption while pushing out a stronger stream of softer water — and can be fitted with an optional massaging feature Most...

Fire to Go

To most, the campfire is a quintessential part of the motorhome experience. However, many campgrounds have rules prohibiting wood fires, and some neighboring RVers...