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The Holidays Are On The Horizon: Here’s How To Make It Out Alive

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a person in possession of time off around the holidays must be in want of extended family crawling all over their house. Or, inversely, to spend the holidays sharing a three-bedroom house with ten other people. I blame Norman Rockwell for this seemingly asinine tradition. Painted jovial families…

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Life On The Road: Lexi Smith & Cody Cheng Of Dynamo Ultima

Lexi Smith and Cody Cheng have been living the van life for almost two years now. Since starting their journey in 2016, they’ve traveled all over the U.S. and are now helping others start their own online businesses and travel full-time. We caught up with Lexi to learn about their business and hear the highlights…

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Storage Hacks To Make Your RV Feel Spacious

Storage is always a challenge when dealing with a travel trailer or motorhome, but there are some very creative and useful ways to make sure you can take everything with you on that long-awaited RV vacation. Here’s a few storage hacks broken down by room: Living room Floor plans vary greatly from motorhome to travel…

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The Best Places To Go Apple Picking This Fall

It’s that time of year—apple picking season! If you’re taking a weekend away in your RV or just driving down the road, consider a visit to get some apples, especially if they’re growing near you. It’s a wonderful family outing, and it’s a perfect excuse for an RV excursion. New England The Northeast, and New…

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10 Pumpkin Patches Worth Planning A Trip Around

Hayrides, corn mazes, and farm animals are all part of the pumpkin patch experience. This fall, get in the holiday spirit—and get out to enjoy the cool temps—by planning a trip around one of these 10 pumpkin patches in the U.S. 1. Craven Farm Where: Snohomish, Washington. cravenfarm.com When: Sept. 22 through Oct. 31 How…

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Snowbirds: 10 Spots To Flee From The Cold In Your RV

The snowbird lifestyle is an enviable one. Snowbirds are the RVers and travelers who spend much of the year living in their home states—typically in cooler, northern parts of the U.S. and Canada. But what sets them apart is that, each year, they travel south to escape their region’s harsh winter climate. Americans and Canadians…

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From Corporate America To Full-Time RVing

“I’m so happy and fulfilled that I’m like, ‘Where do I go from here?’” It’s not a comment you hear everyday—maybe not even in a lifetime—but it’s the blissful status quo for photographer Andrew Slaton and his wife Ellen, two self-proclaimed nature nerds who ditched the conventional life in Dallas over two years ago to…

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Creepy Campgrounds & Parks That Will Make You Want To Stay Inside

Gather around the campfire this all hallows eve to hear tales of haunted RV parks that will bring a chill to your bones. These locations have been the scene of grisly murders and unhallowed nights—spots where restless spirits can be seen stalking the night, looking for revenge! Haunted campgrounds and parks These may look like…

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Road Trip: Australia’s East Coast

One day I was working, and the next I was on a plane, in search of adventure. I had come to the realization that I was spending most of my free time—and some of my time on the job—imagining I was somewhere else, so I bought a ticket to Australia. Upon my journey down the…

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Meet Owner Tracey Conley

Everyone wants what’s best for their children. That’s a huge part of why Tracey and Russ Conley jumped into the RV rental world. “Our oldest just graduated from OSU and we have a second one still attending there,” Tracey explains. “Russ and I have been going broke paying their tuition, but we’ve been trying to…

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