RV Living Archive

13 Small Travel Trailers & Campers Under 3,500 lbs

During our RV downsizing journey, we looked at quite a few small travel trailers. The number one requirement was the travel trailer had to be lightweight. Specifically, we were looking for travels trailers under 3,500 pounds. Between all the research, visiting dealers and attending RV shows,

Wheelchair Accessible RVs, Upfitters and Resources

If you or a family member are in a wheelchair, you may think that RVing is not a realistic travel option. Images of unwieldy manual towing equipment, steep stairs and tight spaces probably spring to mind before wheelchair-accessible RVs do. But, in fact, RV

7 Fun Things to Do in El Paso Texas + RV Living Tips

The next time you’re driving on I-10 towards El Paso, Texas, take some time to explore the Tip of Texas a.k.a. the Sun City. Like many travelers, the first time we drove through El Paso, we stopped for fuel (at Costco) then got right

Berkey Water Filter Review – Drinking Water for RVs and Homes

If you found this review helpful and decide to purchase the Berkey, please consider ordering through our Berkey affiliate link. There is no additional fee for the buyer and in return we receive a small percentage of the sale. Thanks for your support! We really

13 Essential Apps for RVing and Travel (2021 Edition)

Full time travel in the digital age means we have an array of mobile apps at our disposal. With over five years of RV living under our belts, we’ve used our fair share of mobile apps for RVers and travelers. Whether you’re looking for

Camping in Big Bend National Park – 4 Day Trip Itinerary

Big Bend National Park in Texas has been on our list of places to visit for several years and we finally checked it off our list this year. Joe and I spent four days camping in Big Bend National Park in our 4×4 truck

Lightweight Flatbed Truck Campers – From Pop-Up Truck Campers to Custom Fiberglass Truck Campers

During our search for the next adventure vehicle, one option that was recommended to us over and over again were flatbed truck campers. Unlike the Class A, Class B and small Class C motorhomes we’ve lived out of, a lightweight flatbed truck camper is

Boondockers Welcome Review – Free Overnight on Private Property

You’ve asked for it, and here it is: our review of the Boondockers Welcome membership. Spoiler alert – we love it! Boondockers Welcome is a fantastic RV membership service for those who enjoy boondocking (camping without hookups) and want to meet other RVers in the

11 Essential Dog Travel Accessories and Dog Camping Gear

One of the greatest joys of traveling in an RV or car camping is being able to bring the dogs along. We loved every moment of our time on the road with our pups and this is a list of our essential dog travel

15 Best RV Kitchen Gadgets

Since we love to cook, having the right RV kitchen gadgets is essential. If you watch our videos on YouTube you probably noticed we love cooking in an RV. We’ve lived out of a Class A motorhome, Class B Vans, and now a 4×4