Tips for Buying an RV
The recreational vehicle lifestyle can offer many benefits – no hotel reservations, freedom of travel, having all of your belongings with you and the companionship of other RVers at the many campgrounds…
Getting Mail While Living On an RV
Your road map is in hand, the bags are packed, and you’re ready to hit the road. Your RV trip is about to begin, but did you remember all the pre-trip…
How to Host an RV Tailgating Party
The return of crisp autumn air, team jerseys on display and tailgating parties can only mean one thing: It’s football season! There are few better ways of getting in the…
5 Great Places for Chicago’s RV Lovers [SLIDESHOW]
Summer is the season for road trips, and there’s no better way to see the Midwest than packing up the RV and hitting the road. We’ve tracked down some of…
RV in canyon
Owning an RV means getting out and exploring the country. It also means learning to live in tight quarters — sometimes in a space that’s a mere 12 feet long.  For many, the…
RV road trip
Perhaps no one better understands the Buddha quote, “It is better to travel well than to arrive,” than those who own recreational vehicles. And, according to the Recreational Vehicle Industry…
Keeping Your RV in Tip-Top Condition
The weather is getting warmer, which means recreational vehicle owners are planning their spring and summer journeys. If you have an RV, making sure your vehicle is in flawless condition…
RV Driving Tips
Driving a recreational vehicle isn’t exactly like being at the helm of a freight train, but it’s certainly nothing like driving a sports coupe, either – or even a big old…
The Versatility of RVing: Have You Tried RVing Yet?
Picture your RV parked in a beautiful campground. The sky is so blue it matches the lake behind your RV site. The children are tired from tossing a Frisbee with…
Does RVing Always Require a Tow Vehicle?
The Crazy Cooks have gone on many RV trips with a tow vehicle, and many without one. In fact, we traveled in “The Beast” for several months before we made…