Our Top RV Travel Destinations in 2018

2018 was a big year for us! In seven months we’ve stayed in 25 U.S. states and have also ventured into Canada and Mexico. When you move as often as we do--on average about every 4 days--you end up setting up camp in a LOT of different places. We’ve stayed in National Parks, state parks, … Continue reading Our Top RV Travel Destinations in 2018

Our Guide to Zion National Park

Where We Camped (and the bigger question--how far do you want to stay from the park?): Camp Lutherwood in Alton, UT. Weekly rate: $120. From this spot it took us about an hour to get to the east entrance of the park. While we had a good experience at the campground itself, we're learning that … Continue reading Our Guide to Zion National Park

Month Two: Washington DC

Pohick Bay Regional Park Fairfax County, VA Site: 4 stars. Large, nicely wooded site. During the day you could hear the shouts and laughter from the waterpark. This wasn't detrimental to our stay since we weren't around much during the day. Price: $33 for electric only. Options vary from $29 to $47, depending on the hookup service you … Continue reading Month Two: Washington DC

Month One: Shenandoah National Park & Front Royal, VA

Skyline Ranch Resort Front Royal, VA Site: 2 stars. While other spots looked like 3 or 4's, ours was a kind of a dud so we gave it a 2. Very unlevel, broken picnic table, couldn't open up our awning. Aside from the spot itself, the campground itself was pretty great! Price: With Passport America discount, $30/night … Continue reading Month One: Shenandoah National Park & Front Royal, VA

Camping World’s “Stories From The Road” Podcast

Also known as....hey, that's us on a podcast! We were beyond excited to get a chance to go on "Stories From The Road" a couple of weeks ago. It is something we've listened to since prior to starting this adventure and it helped keep us motivated to make this lifestyle a reality. So we hope … Continue reading Camping World’s “Stories From The Road” Podcast

Month One: North Carolina

Harvest Host Location Pine Level, NC Harvest Host is just $30 for the year to be a member. It allows you to boondock/dry camp for “free” for a max of one night at farms, vineyards, breweries and markets around the US and Canada. The reason I say “free” is because it is suggested that you … Continue reading Month One: North Carolina

Month One: Georgia

Fort McAllister State Historic Park Richmond Hill, GA Site: 4 Stars. We were on a ADA site that gave us a little extra space from neighbors, but maybe wasn’t in the most prime location on the campground. There looked to be some excellent sites right on the marsh/water with more shade trees. It was extremely buggy … Continue reading Month One: Georgia