23 04, 2020

Tips for Keeping Your Clothes – and Your RV – Clean and Fresh

2020-04-23T10:17:39-04:00

One of the challenges of camping in or living in an RV for an extended period of time, whether it’s motorized or towed, is keeping up with the laundry. You want to keep clothes smelling fresh and looking great, which is not only important for your person, but for your RV’s interior aroma as well. [...]

Tips for Keeping Your Clothes – and Your RV – Clean and Fresh2020-04-23T10:17:39-04:00
17 04, 2020

Recipes: There’s more to munching pretzels at the campsite

2020-04-20T07:28:43-04:00

A bag of pretzels is a popular snack to have handy at the campsite, especially for families with children. Just drop a handful into a snack bag and you have a delicious treat when at the beach or at the campsite. Although a great snack, plain pretzels can get just plain boring. So mix it [...]

Recipes: There’s more to munching pretzels at the campsite2020-04-20T07:28:43-04:00
15 04, 2020

Ride the Pere Marquette Rail Trail

2020-04-15T15:39:47-04:00

Looking for something to do in at the crook of Michigan’s hand? The Pere Marquette Rail Trail is a paved, flat trail that runs 30 miles between Midland and Clare. This well-maintained trail follows the original route of the Flint & Pere Marquette railroad that catered to, what else, logging. The idle railway was converted [...]

Ride the Pere Marquette Rail Trail2020-04-15T15:39:47-04:00
5 04, 2020

Staying Healthy on the Road – and in the RV

2020-04-05T21:30:39-04:00

Whether it’s taking walks, scaling dunes, biking rail trails, taking a dip in a lake, or kayaking along one of Michigan’s pristine rivers, the average RVer is likely fairly active since they are “outdoorsy.” Being outside and partaking in physical activities, whether they are strenuous or not, are good for the heart, body, and mind. [...]

Staying Healthy on the Road – and in the RV2020-04-05T21:30:39-04:00
3 04, 2020

Documents for your RV – Paper and Paperless

2020-04-03T14:43:11-04:00

When you’re traveling in or pulling an RV and away from home, you want to make sure you have all the proper paperwork and identification organized and available. What documents should you have, or have access to, should the need arise? For vehicles (motorized RVs, towable RVs, toads, and tow vehicles): Vehicle registration, insurance, and [...]

Documents for your RV – Paper and Paperless2020-04-03T14:43:11-04:00
26 03, 2020

Have a Fun and Productive Spring

2020-03-26T12:07:53-04:00

When you can’t go out to do the things you normally like to do in a social setting, you find time to complete some tasks that you might otherwise put off or try to “squeeze in.” You can return to simple pleasures, such as spending more time together with those in your home. Here are [...]

Have a Fun and Productive Spring2020-03-26T12:07:53-04:00
22 03, 2020

Towable RVs: Know your options

2020-03-22T21:15:02-04:00

Towable RVs offer a lot of convenience and flexibility as well as comfort. Since the trailer is portable and separate from the tow vehicle, you can park the RV and leave it at the site while you drive the vehicle to another location. Many towable RVs come equipped with plenty of modern conveniences, too, so [...]

Towable RVs: Know your options2020-03-22T21:15:02-04:00
17 03, 2020

Why the RV community rocks

2020-03-17T10:21:37-04:00

Ask any RVer about what they think is the best part about RVing, and you’ll get a myriad of responses. Some common themes rise to the surface, and one of them is the sense of community they feel with fellow RVers. Whether they are part of a particular group; visit the same campground, park, or [...]

Why the RV community rocks2020-03-17T10:21:37-04:00
11 03, 2020

Get outside on the state’s first rail trail: Haywire Grade Trail

2020-03-11T08:27:06-04:00

There are hundreds of trails to choose from in the great state of Michigan. Whether it’s meandering through the north woods keeping your eyes and ears open for birds, climbing a sand dune, or introducing your kids to hiking, you can find a trail that suits your fitness level and personal interests. If you’re looking [...]

Get outside on the state’s first rail trail: Haywire Grade Trail2020-03-11T08:27:06-04:00
6 03, 2020

Choosing an RV for Vacation: What to Know Before You Rent

2020-03-06T08:28:48-05:00

If you want to escape from everyday life, try something other than a hotel or a resort, and have lots of flexibility, then an RV vacation is the way to go. In the United States today, 7 million households own an RV – that’s one in twelve! (University of Michigan survey) But if you’re a [...]

Choosing an RV for Vacation: What to Know Before You Rent2020-03-06T08:28:48-05:00
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