Whether you’re full-time, part-time or some-time, we could all use a little help navigating this adventurous journey that we call RVing. There are so many fantastic websites, organizations, and blogs to help any wanna-be RVer or even the most seasoned RVer negotiate the ins and outs of the RV lifestyle.
Here are a few of the resources we find useful …
How to find a campground or RV Park
- Escapees / Xscapers If there was only one membership I could have, this would be the one. Whether you need help RVing, a mail service address, or interested in discounted RV parking, this is just the beginning of available services provided by the Escapees Club. If you do join, be sure and let’m know, Ingrid H. SKP #107403 sent you. I’m not compensated for the referral other than a high-five thanks. This is such a great organization for any RVer that I can’t recommend them enough.
- RVillage is a free online social platform.
- Passport America is great for discounts on short term Private RV Park camping. We used our membership the first couple of years on the road but have changed up how we travel and therefore we haven’t renewed, but our membership did pay for itself while we had it.
- Harvest Hosts and Boondockers Welcome are a couple of popular organizations especially if you like moving around a lot. We don’t have any personal experience with either but do know folks that love their memberships.
This Mountain Directory saved our rear more than once. If you’re interested in what it costs to RV full-time, you can read my post here and if you’re interested in buying a RV but don’t know where to start, you can read this post.
Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away – Maya Angelou
We do use interstates regularly especially when we cross the plains to Illinois or travel between Phoenix and Corpus Christi, Texas. We use our Next Exit book regularly and love listening to audio books during those long days on the road.