RV Living Archive

Dispersed Camping – Free RV Camping in National Forests

If you’ve watched any of our videos on YouTube or Instagram, you’ve probably heard us talk about “dispersed camping” or “boondocking.” If your reaction to any of those words is “What the heck is that?”, don’t worry – you’re not alone. In this post,

Free Camping Near Grand Canyon South Rim

Make the Grand Canyon your Back Yard – For Free Yes, you read that right. You can park your home near the Grand Canyon, one of the wonders of the natural world, for free on National Forest land. Free camping near Grand Canyon South

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

Free Camping Near Flagstaff – Dispersed Camping in Coconino National Forest

1. Walnut Canyon Dispersed Camping GPS coordinates 35.179492,-111.489035. Cosnino Road is a dirt road with some rough washboards. There is a sign at the entrance stating camping is allowed for up to 14 days. There are quite a few established campsites in the area, many of

Camper Life in Flagstaff Arizona Dog Friendly Edition

It’s no secret that Flagstaff, Arizona is one of our favorite places in the U.S. Since we’ve been visiting the area since 2015, we want to share some of our favorite dog friendly things to do in Flagstaff along with tips for campers and

RV WiFi Booster Review – Extend Your Camper WiFi with This Kit

I originally wrote this RV WiFi booster review in 2016 when we started to using the booster and repeater setup in our Class A motorhome. While many things have changed since then, surprisingly, reliable internet access is not one of them. When we camp

RV Camping Accessories – 40 Must-Have Gadgets for RVers

Let’s face it: some things are a heck of a lot more enjoyable if you have the right gear. RVing is no exception, but how do you know which gear is the “right gear”? It can be easy to get overwhelmed by all of

RV Departure Checklist – Use This RV Checklist Before Driving

Do you have an RV departure checklist? If not, it’s time to put one together. Why do you need an RV checklist before driving down the road? Well, imagine for a second that you’re heading out for a drive in your new RV. The

Escapees RV Club Review – Best Membership for RVers

Kait and I first became full-time RVers back in 2015. It’s hard to believe that five years have passed since then. We’ve had countless adventures in different RVs, traveled with and then without our dogs, and visited family and friends all over the country.

A Beginner’s Guide to RVing with Dogs

When Joe and I first began our RV adventure, we had two large rescue dogs: Duke (a Belgian Malinois mix) and Leo (a white Siberian Husky). At over 70 pounds apiece, neither were exactly “travel-sized,” but we loved spending time with our dogs. In