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Meet This Maker: Wild Rye

The “shrink it and pink it” strategy hasn’t worked for decades, but that hasn’t stopped companies from trying. This outdated response to designing clothing and gear for women has been tried in industries ranging from auto to sports, and most notably, the outdoor gear industry. Thankfully though, companies and advertisers are starting to wake up…

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Camp Cook: Cider, Spice, & Everything Nice

It’s that time of year when we relish the sights and scents of everything fall. Camping in your RV is a perfect place to enjoy autumn’s pleasures! Warm food and drink by the campfire keep you warm both inside and out. Here are three easy and flavorful camping recipes to help you enjoy pumpkin, spice,…

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Life On The Road: V & M Van Life

Madison and Raynor left their routines behind this January to pursue the unknowns of van life. Now, they help others who are in the van-conversion process create exactly what they need to start living a life on the road. We chatted with Madison about her advice for first-timers, the challenges that come with escaping the…

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Here’s How To Get More Glowing Renter Reviews

Great customer reviews are the key to building your RV rental business. They give your listing better visibility in search results and increased credibility in the eyes of potential renters. Whether you’re just starting out with Outdoorsy or you’re a seasoned veteran, improving your renter reviews could help you take your business to the next…

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How To Use A Compass

In 1986 a Korean passenger plane was shot down by a Soviet fighter after the passenger plane accidentally went off course and violated Soviet airspace. The passenger plane was lost due to insufficient navigational tools. Realizing the tragedy could have been prevented, President Reagan made the U.S. Global Positioning System available to everyone. The catch:…

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10 Tips For Camping With Kids

Camping can be a challenging endeavor these days, especially considering all the modern amenities we are accustomed to having. From daily hot showers to a continuous flow of electricity and WiFi—not to mention comfortable beds with clean linens—life at home can be pretty carefree. Even so, the lure of the outdoors is beckoning more and…

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Spend The Night In One Of These 5 Fire Towers

Somewhere between glamping and backcountry camping, there is a lesser known, but just-as-rewarding way to spend a night in the woods. Fire towers were originally built in National Forests throughout the country as a way to locate, track, and combat wildfires. However, as fire detection methods improved, all but 900 fire towers were abandoned or…

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