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With the holidays in the rear-view mirror and winter inching further along, spring is slowly starting to come into focus—and with it comes the increasing urge to get back outside and into a campground. During a time of seasonal flux, there are some tricks and tips to keep in mind when camping, though. Sure, the scenery can be lush and the trails tend to be far less crowded than summer and fall, but weather can be erratic (to put it mildly), and thorough preparation is paramount. Follow these pointers and you'll be good to go.
The weather is getting warmer, the days are getting longer and the itch to hit the road in your RV is probably setting in. Before you do, be sure to use this list to get your RV ready for spring.
It's that time of year again. The snow is melting and the grass is starting to show again. Unless you're a full time RVer, you probably winterized and stored your RV for the winter. It's time to get your rig out of storage and ready for spring and summer adventures to your favorite campground!
What is a tiny home? A hundred years ago most people probably would have answered “a doll house.” These days the term “tiny home” conjures up images of young couples trading their 2,000-square-foot houses for a smaller modular home in an effort to reduce their carbon footprint. According to a 2017 Curbed article, “Tiny houses: big future, or big hype?” a tiny home is loosely defined as a dwelling with between 100-400 square feet. For comparison, the legal maximum size of a travel trailer is 400 square feet. In other words, living in a tiny home and camping can present similar problems when it comes to storage.