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04 Dec
Great Books for RV and Camping Lovers

Great Books for RV and Camping Lovers

We here at the RVFTA Podcast Network are passionate about camping and RV Travel and are also passionate about good books. We have an extensive library covering these topics, and wanted to share an epic list of our favorites. Whether you are interested in coffee table books filled with vintage campers, reference books that will inspire your own adventures, or “how to” primers on caring for your RV–we’ve got you covered. We often regret time wasted surfing the internet or doodling on social media, but we never regret... Read More
07 Dec
Spending the Holidays in Your RV: Tips and Tricks from RVFTA’s Facebook Live Chat

Spending the Holidays in Your RV: Tips and Tricks from RVFTA’s Facebook Live Chat

Have you ever felt guilty imagining spending the holidays in an RV? We understand. And we also know that the RV is your happy place, and it can help your family enjoy the holidays, or maybe even help you rediscover that joy you used to have back in the day. Everyone’s holiday traditions are different. Some of us enjoy large family gatherings with tons of extended family. But many of us now live far away from family, or have work commitments that keep us from traveling during this time of the year. We believe your RV might be the ticket... Read More
06 Dec
5 Reasons Seasonal Camping Might Be Right For You!

5 Reasons Seasonal Camping Might Be Right For You!

We got a ton of response after our recent podcast episode on Seasonal Camping, featuring Jon and Heather Anderson. They are RVers who signed up for their own seasonal campsite two years ago and absolutely love it. So we want to make ourselves perfectly clear. If you are thinking about a seasonal camping spot for next year, NOW is the time to book. If you wait to search for your own perfect getaway until next spring, it might just be too late. Seasonal camping is when you reserve one campsite for an extended period of time. Then you are free... Read More
02 Feb
A Case for the Campground (or, why it’s okay if you don’t plan on boondocking this year)

A Case for the Campground (or, why it’s okay if you don’t plan on boondocking this year)

If you hang out in RV social media circles, you probably have noticed the increase in boondocking, or wild camping, content. You might see an Airstream in the middle of a desert with snow-capped mountains in the distance. Or a Class C sitting at the edge of a rocky shoreline without another RV in sight. Blog posts offer GPS coordinates for remote, wooded locations, and many apps help you find isolated BLM lands on which you can park your rig. The appeal is obvious. First of all, wild places are beautiful. RVers generally have a healthy... Read More
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