Posts byKerri Cox

Are You Ready to Be a Winter Travel Warrior?

RV winter travel warriors turn cold weather into great RV travel. Are you ready for winter? When Jack Frost begins nipping at your nose and Mother Nature is throwing snow, many of us want to hibernate under blankets in front of our fireplaces. Others decide this is camping weather, regardless. Are you a winter camping
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5 Reasons to Visit America’s National Parks

Taking a national parks RV trip with the whole family. Today, there are few places better than our national parks to appreciate the beauty and history of the United States. If you haven’t visited a National Parks Service (NPS) site yet, here are 5 reasons to put a visit on the top of your list.
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6 Steps to RV Trip Planning

You Should be Prepping for your travels…NOW

RV trip planning — beat the winter blues with these 6 travel planning steps. If you reside north of the Sun Belt, you’ve most likely given your RV the pink drink and tucked it away for a long winter’s break. Now, the winterization blues are creeping in. But instead of pining for the return of
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7 Snowbird Essentials for the Trip South

Bring these must-have items for sunny southern adventures

Snowbird essentials — what you need to bring. While many North Americas are pulling out winter coats and preparing to hunker down at home, snowbirds are packing up their RVs and hitting the road in search of warm, sunny weather. If you decide to migrate south for the winter for a long period, be prepared.
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Finding the Right Snowbird Roost

Snowbird roost decisions — where will you stay? So you’re setting your sights on going south for the winter. Have you considered which roost is right for you? Do you want to fly the coop for a tropical landscape far from home? Do you want to experience some seasonal variation in a location within reach
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5 Tips for Planning an Off-Season Camping Trip

Off season RVing opens up new adventures. Imagine having the campground practically to yourself. The hustle and bustle of the regular camping season replaced by a calm quiet. Our family recently spent a holiday break in the solitude of an almost-empty state park campground, and we found this unique experience to be worth the extra considerations
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