The Best RV Skirts for Winter

More and more people are discovering the joys of camping during the winter. Sure, the temperatures are colder, and the snow can sometimes make things challenging, but campsites are often empty, and the landscapes are always beautiful. However, cold temperatures can play havoc with an RV, pulling heat from the interior and potentially freezing vital…

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Minorcan-Style Shrimp Chowder

(Makes 6 servings) Ingredients 3 tablespoons (45 mL) olive oil 1 large, mild onion, finely diced 1 large, green bell pepper, finely diced 1 cup (250 mL) finely diced celery 1 (14 oz.) can chicken broth 2 cups (500 mL) peeled, diced potato 2 (15 oz.) cans crushed tomatoes 1/4 teaspoon (1.25 mL) thyme leaves […]

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8 Hot Products for Cold Weather Camping

RV Holding Tank Heater For cold weather camping, you have to be concerned about the fluids in your water supply and holding tanks freezing. UltraHeat® Tank Heaters prevent the contents of your holding tanks from freezing solid when the temperature is subzero. These propducts have been designed and tested to protect down to -11°F (-24°C) on […]

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‘Woodall’s Campground Magazine’ Looks at RV Park Trends

The outdoor hospitality industry continues to fire on all cylinders, according to a Campground Owner & Manager Survey conducted by Woodall’s Campground Magazine (WCM) and sponsored by the RV Industry Association (RVIA). “Looking ahead to 2023, about 7-in-10 park owners are planning some type of site, accommodation and/or amenity improvement to their parks,” notes one […]

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Discovering Saskatchewan’s Prince Albert National Park

By James Stoness On your next journey through Saskatchewan you might contemplate spending a few days camped in the shade of a grove of rustling trees. From the nearby lake would come the relaxing sounds of the waves and the crazy song of the loon. No, this is not a wild dream, although those of […]

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The Best headlamps for RV Camping

There once was a time when picking out a headlamp was easy. You went to your favorite outdoor store, perused the meager options available, and bought one that offered the brightest light in the smallest package that your budget allowed. But in recent years, advances in technology have made it much more challenging to choose…

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The Dyrt: Campground Owners Expanding and Raising Rates

A survey by The Dyrt, an app designed to help campers find camping information and book campsites, has found private campgrounds are expanding, according to a press release. Demand for campsites has soared since 2020, far outpacing supply. The survey indicates that in 2022 a significant portion of private campgrounds added campsites and other amenities, extended […]

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RV & Van Life Is The Best Travel Nurse Housing: 6 Reasons Why

Cross-country travel nursing jobs are an amazing way to make more money and see the country. However, travel nurse housing can be expensive and challenging to find. Some clever healthcare professionals solved the travel nurse housing problem by moving into an RV or a van. Nomad travel nurse Brandon Donnie ( thinks RV travel nursing […]

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RV Lifestyle Magazine e-Newsletter – Nov12, 2022

Every week, our RV Lifestyle Magazine subscribers receive an email newsletter, with the featured stories for the week. Here’s a sample of a recent e-newsletter… Grape Escapes, RV Bird Watching, Winterizing Tips, and MORE –this week at the RV Lifestyle Magazine website.. Click on the photos or the links to open the stories at our website…Please share this newsletter with […]

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Destination: Shipshewana, Indiana!

For years, we drove right by one of the best shopping destinations in Indiana! By M.B. & Karen Wilson One of the most frequently asked questions to come over the Wagonmasters e-mail is “How do you find so many interesting places to visit?” The answer is simple: listen to your friends – they can tell […]

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