Whether you’re full-time, part-time, or some-time, it’s always nice finding helpful information in this fun adventure we call RVing. I’ve included a few sources here that you might find helpful. Any text in color is linked and will take you to the appropriate website. Use the back arrow to return to this site.
RV Park Reviews and Campendium are my two favorite sites for finding camping options. And the best RV organization to join is Escapees. They offer mail services, a magazine, discounts on camping, social opportunities, and more.
Here are some items we use to help us get around …..
We do own a GPS and use it regularly BUT it’s not a good idea to totally trust it especially in mountain states. We always double check our Benchmark Atlas to make sure the GPS doesn’t take us on a back country road. Rand McNally RVND 7730 LM RV GPS with Lifetime Maps and Wi-Fi
Since we do find ourselves traveling interstates and certain routes regularly, we love the Next EXIT 2017 and use this book regularly. It’s very handy especially when we’re in a spot without cell phone coverage.
Our 2014 version is all marked up noting our favorite exits for gas or lunch on those interstates we frequent such as interstates 40 and 10.
Then there are books on travel that I find useful.
These Moon Handbooks are packed with wonderful information for ANY traveler, whether traveling by RV, car, or air. I still enjoy having a printed book in my hand and thus own several of these, but they are also available on Kindle.
Moon Coastal Oregon (Moon Handbooks)Moon Utah (Moon Handbooks)
Moon Colorado (Moon Handbooks)
Moon Glacier National Park (Moon Handbooks)
Moon Florida Gulf Coast (Moon Handbooks)
Moon Montana & Wyoming: Including Yellowstone & Glacier National Parks (Moon Handbooks)
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