Category: Stories From the Road

The Good Sam community unites to share their Stories From the Road.  Destinations to explore, secret treasures across the US, and community stories that make the RV lifestyle truly special.

RV Road Work: A Day in the Life of a Nomadic Entrepreneur

An RV entrepreneur shares insights into making it work on the road. Self-employment means walking the line between total freedom and the nagging thought of financial insecurity. Toss in the insatiable urge to live and work in your RV, and you’ll spend your days exhilarated, exhausted or both — but I guarantee that your life
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An empty blue chair on the gorgeous beach of Orange Beach, Alabama

11 Beaches for an Endless Summer of Camping

Looking to check off some sand-bucket-list items this year? The United States is one of the top 10 countries in the world when it comes to total coastline area, which is awesome for beachgoers. We’ve compiled a list of the highest ranked, most gorgeous jaw-dropping beaches in America. Whether it’s a sandy island, magnificent views, plentiful water activities,
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Saguaro cactuses tower over a desert landscape as the sun sets on the horizon.

More Good Sam Parks Let You Stay and Save at Spectacular Places

Enjoy savings at more Good Sam Parks in fantastic destinations. RV road trippers can chart a course for savings by staying at Good Sam Parks across North America. In August, 14 new Good Sam Parks in North America now offer 10 percent discounts to club members. Members can put those savings into a new kayak,
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Girl opening a fridge in a luxury motorhome

Cool Care for Your Fridge and Troubleshooting an LP Gas Leak

RV advice from September's Mark My Words column

Hi, Mark My Words readers! This month, we’ve got questions on fridges and propane leaks, along with a maintenance reminder about your rig’s AC power system. Remember to send your RVing questions to [email protected] Hi Mark, We just replaced our Norcold refrigerator on a used RV we just purchased with only 23,000 miles on it.
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