Posts byRene Agredano

Highway to Health: Hitting the Road is ‘Good Medicine’

Studies show that camping boosts well being, improves relationships and makes you sharper

Practice RVing well being throughout your life. Let’s face it: Whether you’re 19 or 90, it’s imperative that you take care of your health. Unlike the tires of your RV, you have no spare body, so you should cherish what you’ve got. Doctors will tell you to sleep well, get exercise and follow a sensible

Campgrounds Put on Halloween Parties — and Pets Are Invited!

RV Halloween parties for humans and pets. Halloween isn’t just for kids anymore — it’s a family fun celebration for RVing pets, too! As leaves turn and temperatures fall, campgrounds everywhere are gearing up for spooktacular Halloween festivities like RV park Halloween pet parades, trick-or-treating, costume contests and dances. Where to Find RV Park Halloween

3 Tips for Leash-Walking Your Camping Cat

Leash walk your camping cat and explore the outdoors together. Congratulations on deciding to take your camping cat RVing. It’s a big step, but once your traveling kitty approves of the routine, it won’t be long until she gains enough confidence to explore the big world outside the RV. Allowing her to explore it on

3 Dog-Friendly RV Destinations in the Southwest

Find elbow room for Fido in these dog-friendly southwest RV destinations. Finding places that allow you and your dog to enjoy tourist activities can be tough, but the Southwest’s clear skies, warm climate and wide-open spaces give canines lots of room to roam. Check out these three dog-friendly RV destinations in the Southwest: 1) Moab,

5 Dog-Friendly Eastern National Parks

Bring your four-legged passenger to these 5 Dog-Friendly Eastern National Parks. These national treasures make unforgettable destinations for RVers with canines eager to explore wide-open spaces. Maine Acadia National Park and nearby Bar Harbor have a decidedly dog-friendly vibe. Leashed dogs are welcome on over 145 miles of beautiful trails. Although summer is a great time

3 ways to Make Your RV a Cat-Friendly Home

RV pet care for cats — creating a feline-friendly travel environment. People used to think cats can’t make good RVers, but modern pet parents are proving them wrong. Many folks often include their cats when they bring the entire family along on trips. If you’re thinking of trying RVing with feline companions, these three cat

RVing With Pets in the Pacific Northwest

RVing with pets in the Pacific Northwest offers wide-open adventure. The Pacific Northwest is hard to beat if you RV with dogs. Often ranked as one of the most dog-friendly regions in the United States, the area offers an exceptionally welcoming experience for traveling canines and their humans. Now that spring is in the air, make time

Pet-Friendly RV Tourist Destinations

Pet-friendly RV tourist destinations welcome your four-legged passengers. RVing pets don’t always need to stay behind when you want to explore a city. If you’re traveling to San Diego, Tucson or San Antonio, you’ll love these offbeat pet-friendly tourist attractions. From wine bars to museums, Fido will be one happy fella if you see the

Snowbird Foodie Tips: Little-Known Stops on I-8

Delicious Finds from San Diego to Yuma

Foodie tips to add flavor to your snowbird travels. Interstates are often unremarkable ways to get from Point A to Point B. But Interstate 8 is the exception. In under 200 miles you can go from the glistening shores of the Pacific Ocean in San Diego, California, to a desert inferno set 52-feet below sea

5 Fantastic Dog-Friendly Western National Parks

Bring your pet to wide open spaces

America’s national parks are magnificent destinations for people but not so much for dogs. Thankfully, you can still experience many park service landmarks with your dog by choosing these lesser-known but equally as beautiful dog friendly national parks in the west: Arizona: Petrified Forest National Park The Grand Canyon has a few paved trails for

3 Helpful Habits of Successful Workampers

In my previous post about workamping, I discussed how this beneficial arrangement can save you money on rent. Today, you’ll learn how to find your ideal workamping job by practicing three helpful habits of successful workampers. Habit #1: Know Your Strengths, Weaknesses and Goals The biggest mistake novice workampers make is taking jobs that don’t

Working Full Time on the Road

Full-time RVing is no longer reserved for retirees. With a laptop computer and reliable Internet connectivity, anybody with good technology skills and motivation can work from their RV and explore the country. Many companies don’t care where their employees are located, as long as they get the job done, including TeamSnap, a Boulder, Colorado-based tech