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Ideal RV Length for Fitting into National Park Campsites

  Having a large RV is wonderful for having a spacious and comfortable place to stay, but many buyers of very large RVs regret their purchase when trying to find a camp site.  State and national parks are notoriously difficult to camp in if your RV is too long. Since I’m shopping for a Class A RV right now, I …

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19 Reasons to Choose a Class C RV (and NOT a Class A!)

I’m currently towing a travel trailer for my RVing fun, but I’m really looking into getting my first motorhome.  Consequently, I’m heavily researching the differences between Class A and Class C RVs. It seems to me that the overwhelming majority of full time RVers choose the Class A, but there are so many good reasons to choose a Class C …

Fort Stevens State Park: Oregon Camping Review

In a recent trip to the Northern Oregon Coast, we had the opportunity to stay at a handful of different campsites. One of them happened to be the activity and adventure-filled Fort Stevens State Park, a hiker and biker campground that has so many stories and features. If you need a place to stay for the night during your travels …

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11 Ways to Make RVing More Fun for Teenagers

Teenagers are always a hassle to bring around on family vacations. All they want to do is lay down on the couch and check their phone. But I’m here to tell you there is a way to make RVing fun for teenagers. Here I have compiled a list of tips and tricks that will help you achieve a fun and successful day …