RV Living Archive

Pros & Cons of Buying a New vs. Used RV – Why We Bought a New RV

Buying a new vs. used RV has to be one of the most debated questions in the RV community. In this post, I’m going to discuss the reasons we bought a new RV and share some of the pros and cons of buying a new

5 Day Yellowstone RV Trip Itinerary – The Best Way to Explore America’s 1st National Park

One of the best ways to see America’s first national park is in an RV. Joe and I spent four days exploring Yellowstone National Park in a Class B RV with Charley the yellow lab. In this post, I share our five day Yellowstone

Small Class C RVs Under 25 Feet – List of Small Class C RV Manufacturers

When we were shopping for our first motorhome, I remember saying to Kait “let’s go look at some Class C RVs.” She immediately responded with a firm “no” and that was the end of that discussion. When we look back on that moment, Kait

Seven Mile Parking – Camping Outside Arches National Park in Utah

Seven Mile Parking is a private parking area outside Arches National Park, where RVs, cars and off-road vehicles can park for the day or park overnight. If you’re looking for an alternative or back up overnight parking option around the area, Seven Mile Parking

Mather Campground – Camping Inside Grand Canyon National Park South Rim

Mather Campground is one of three campground options inside Grand Canyon National Park South Rim. Desert View Campground and Trailer Village are the other two options. With over 300 no hookup campsites for RV and tent camping, Mather Campground offers prime camping inside the

Free Camping Grand Canyon South Rim – Kaibab National Forest Fire Road 688

Elks bulging, squirrels chasing one another up a pine tree, a lone antelope prancing through the forest, birds singing, woodpeckers pecking, sitting around a burning campfire reminiscing about the incredible the day. We experienced all of that a few miles outside the South Rim

11 Essential Apps for RVing That Will Help You Save Money and Make New Friends on the Road

Full time travel in the digital age means we have an array of mobile apps at our disposal. With over four years of RV living experience under our belts, these are 11 of our favorite apps for RVing and travel. These mobile apps will

Flagstaff Camping – Free Camping in Coconino National Forest

Looking for Flagstaff camping options? Skip the campgrounds and head into the Coconino National Forest. Flagstaff, Arizona offers many free campsites among the ponderosa pines where tent campers and RVers can unwind. Flagstaff Camping – 14 Days of Free Camping We have dispersed camped

The Top 6 Van Chassis for Your Camper Van Conversion

During our search for the perfect camper van, we learned that each van chassis has its pros and cons. No one platform is perfect. Whether you’re looking to build out your own camper van or buy a used or new camper van, it’s important

Harvest Hosts Review – Overnight RV Camping at Wineries, Farms and More

Looking for unique overnight RV camping experiences? How would you like to wake up on a vineyard in California or on a farm in Florida? Harvest Hosts is a membership program that offers RVers unique camping opportunities across the United States and Canada. We