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With the college football season in full swing, it’s great time to get to a game. Of course, you can just drive to one, but even in an SUV or a crossover, it won’t leave you much room for entertaining. Consider this: the ideal way to tailgate at a college football game and party is with an RV. It’s like being able to…

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Top 6 Gritty Ways to Start a Fire in the Wild

Generally, campers and hikers have depended on lighters to get fire. The drawback of utilizing matches and lighters is that they have a tendency to get wet. Having the capacity to light a flame without matches or a lighter is a fundamental survival skill. You don`t know when you get yourself in a circumstance where…

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5 Space-Saving Hacks for Your RV kitchen

As any veteran of on-the-road living can attest, saving space is one of the most important aspects of managing life in a home on wheels. Kitchens can be tricky in this department, especially for those of us who love cooking and eating in but don’t want to sacrifice the comforts of a home kitchen. Here are some tips for…

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A Simple Trick to Improve Your RV Visibility in Storms

The Outdoorsy RV Owner Community on Facebook is filled with great ideas to help people make more money renting out their RV on Outdoorsy.It’s also a place for experienced RVers to share what they’ve learned over the miles. One such tip came up yesterday from Paul Johnson, owner of a brand new Forest River Sunseeker in…

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Top 3 Reasons Your RV Needs a CB Radio

Do you know what CB stands for? It’s Citizen’s Band service. Band meaning bandwidth (not the Rolling Stones). CB frequency was originally established to help people connect with each other within a small frequency (26.965 MHz and 27.405 MHz) by the FCC. And if you’re interested, here’s a useful guide that explains the difference between ham…

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5 Tips For Snowy Winter RVing

Summer is prime RV season, but sadly, the days of blended drinks and flip flops are far from view. Around this time of year, especially up north, many RVers winterize their RVs and lock them up. They’re not on the road again until spring or summer rolls back around. But for those seasoned northern travelers who are up to…

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10 Ways To Get More People to Rent Your RV

You’ve filled out the information on our List Your RV page and your beautiful Class A is up on the site. The time is right, and you’re ready to start earning money from renting out your RV. You just want more renters! What can you do to get more people to rent your RV on…

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What’s a Toy Hauler Exactly?

If you have been searching for the perfect RV rental, you’ve probably come across a wide variety of motorhomes and trailers. From campervans to fifth-wheels and beyond, there is truly something for every taste in the RV world. One RV style that is a little less known but actually quite useful in the right circumstances, is…

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How to Add Roadside Assistance to Your RV Rental

Since roadside assistance is a new RV rental offering on the Outdoorsy platform, we wanted to make sure renters and owners understand how the program works if you’re renting an RV, and how it came to be. What better way to do that than a little post? The background: We’ve heard from many renters that an…

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How to Post Your RV Rental on Craigslist

This is a step-by-step guide for Outdoorsy RV owners looking to bring more traffic to their listing. It includes tips about how to post your RV rental on Craigslist, why it’s important to do so, and what you’ll get out of it. So where did this idea about posting on Craigslist come from? It started with…

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