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How to Add Outdoorsy to a Smartphone Home Screen

How often do you use the Outdoorsy website with your smartphone? If you’re taking the time to read this article, we’d be willing to wager… enough. 😉 Sifting through multiple websites on your smartphone is about as easy as finding that mysterious missing sock. Want to save some time and make it easier to access?…

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How To Ask Your Renters To Leave Positive Reviews

We totally get it. Awkward situations, can be well… awkward. Waving to someone who wasn’t waving at you, saying, “you too”, to the waiter when they say, “enjoy your meal”, the barista grossly misspelling your name on a coffee cup. As an Outdoorsy owner — we aren’t immune to these situations. Sometimes it can be…

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Things to Know for RVing in Oregon During the Winter

The Pacific Northwest is notorious for wet and rainy weather at all times of the year, but even more so during the winter season. While it’s easy to make sure you have your rain boots and a good coat, if you are going to be RVing in Oregon during the winter there are a few…

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2018’s Free National Park Days and Why You Should Go

The great National Parks of the United States preserve some of the most spectacular wild places on earth. Every year, for a few select days, the parks service makes entry to these parks free for everyone. The purpose of these events are to ensure that these natural wonders remain as accessible as possible to all…

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How to Meet Friends While Traveling in an RV

If you’ve ever camped before, then you know how friendly campers are. In fact, it is pretty common for people interested in similar hobbies to connect in some way with one other. If you’re riding a motorcycle, you might wave as you pass another rider. There’s an unspoken rule about saying “hello” on the trail…

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The Importance of Researching a Campground Before You Book

There is no better way to ruin a vacation than to forget about researching a campground before you book. While away from home, the RV is your house and the campground you visit serves as the yard you share with others. That’s why it is important to do a little research before you hand over…

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Why “Down East” Maine Should Be On Your Destination List

While traveling in Maine with my husband last August, we kept seeing references to “Down East”, and wondered “what the heck does that mean?” After a bit of research, we discovered that back in the day, the name described the direction ships from ports such as Boston and New York sailed to reach the area –…

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Learning How to Cook in an RV Kitchen

Whether you’re a seasoned RVer or a take the rig out on the weekend kind of family, learning how to cook in an RV kitchen provides a bit of a learning curve. Like most of us, we understand that maneuvering around an RV kitchen is a one-man job. How do we make it work? Are…

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