How to Work Remotely From Your Van or RV

By Samantha Rupp.

We’ve all seen it: those posts on the “Gram” of people living their “best life” while traveling to beautiful destinations in a van. While it all looks good and well in theory, when the reality of making a living and paying bills (of any kind) comes to mind, your dream of traveling to incredible destinations may seem like just an unattainable dream.

However, there are many people living in vans and traveling the country, so we know it’s possible. Dreams turn into realities read more

RV Reviews names Best Camping Blogs

By Nicole Anderson

For those who love the great outdoors, RVs are a favorite way for many to get around and stay amongst nature in comfort and convenience. Whether you are on a big road trip or you just want to relax at a magical spot and settle there for a while, RVs are a great way to do it.

RV Reviews is a website specifically providing outdoor enthusiasts with detailed information about RV products, along read more

Campervanning with a Baby

Campervanning with a baby

By Erin Reynolds

We recently took a family trip to one of the best outdoor travel destinations in the PNW, San Juan Island in Washington State with our 5-month-old daughter. I have included some tips that we learned; hopefully they will encourage you to keep traveling as your family expands. For more tips on camping with a baby, see

Our trip took place in October and our journey included our daughter’s first flight, ferry and campervan read more

Australian Camping Tips and Tricks: Save time and Hassle

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Check out these Australian camping tips and tricks for all keen explorers!

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We love camping! But it’s definitely one of those learn-by-experience types of holidays. However, it’s not about how much you spend or the latest and greatest camper or gadgets. In fact, for beginners, we recommend considering campervan rental in Australia before you commit to any major purchases. You might read more

Understanding the “Open Road of Life”

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My findings on the Open Road of Life

by Meghan McHugh, under the advisement of Dr Lorie A. Tuma

Hi! My name is Meghan. I am a senior at Grand Valley State University (GVSU) and I am getting ready to graduate. Look out world, here I come! My last year at GVSU took place around the same time that our new Recreation emphasis was approved. As such, I was fortunate enough to take a few classes in recreation and learn more about the industry’s contributions and challenges. I also had time to focus on read more

Women Travelling Alone in Motorhomes

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Women Travelling Alone in Motorhomes – it’s not as hard as you might think.

By Fleurine Tideman

Ever dreamed of hitting the open road? No planning, no booking, just you behind the wheel. Well, then it sounds like you’d enjoy motorhome travel! Women are often warned against solo travel or camping alone, but with motorhome travel, you can make any journey in comfort, safety and style! So read on to find out why you should make your next holiday a motorhome trip, tips for doing so and read more

Top Three RV Models Ever Made

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Top Three RV Models if you are in the market right now.

By Shelley Trupert

Deciding to use an RV for your next camping trip is exciting whether you are purchasing it or renting it. Depending on what you are seeking, there are numerous options to choose from and different things to consider. Are you looking for a tow-behind fifth wheel? Do you like to go off-roading and need a toy-hauler? Would a smaller Class read more

Tis the Season: 5 Tips and Tricks for Winter RV Camping

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By Sima Nimer

One of the nice things about RVs is that they let you travel leisurely in any season, choosing various destinations and enjoying the scenery as you go. However, the time of year that you travel can affect how to plan for an RV trip.

If you enjoy experiencing the stark sights and serenity of cold, winter landscapes while travelling in your RV, here are five tips and tricks for making your next wintertime road adventure a cold weather success.

  1. Anticipate the Conditions of Your Destination

If your destination is an RV park that’s read more

Different International Driving Styles

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By Laura Arroyave

Different International Driving Styles & How to Prepare

While many travellers utilize tour services or public transportation while abroad, some choose a slightly different route. Several companies offer travellers the option to rent private vehicles to navigate the region instead. Renting a car can be a great way to explore the area like a local, provided you appreciate the different international driving styles that prevail. Driving abroad also provides the added benefit of a little privacy and freedom to set the pace.

When it comes read more

Winfields Best Blogs for 2018

Winfields Best Outdoor, Walking, Hiking and Camping Bloggers for 2018

Winfields Best Blogs for Outdoor, Walking, Hiking and Camping 2018

By Nicole Anderson

Winfields Outdoors has released its best blogs for 2018 and what a fantastic resource this is for anyone who loves spending time in the great outdoors.

In all, Winfields Outdoors has recognized 136 blogs from around the world across the following six categories:

Best General Outdoor Blogs

Best Walking and Hiking Blogs

Best Camping Blogs

Best Caravanning & Campervan Blogs

Best Outdoor Activity & Health Blogs

Best Travel Blogs

Within the announcement of read more

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