Dog Friendly Archive

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

10 Things to Do in Tucson Arizona + RV Living Tips

After spending three winters camping and exploring Tucson, Arizona, we can easily say it’s one of our favorite places to be during the winter months. In this post I’m going to share some of our favorite things to do in Tucson Arizona and a

RV Travel in Baja California – Everything We Learned

We recently completed our first RV trip to Baja California and in this post we’ll share everything we learned and tips for your Baja camping adventure. Our RV Travel in Baja guide will include: Mexican Tourist Card (FFM) for Baja Baja Auto Insurance Mexican

13 Things to Do in Los Angeles + RV Living Tips

Joe and I lived in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles before we transitioned to full time RV living. With family and friends scattered all over Southern California, we make time to visit Los Angeles as often as possible. Plus, we like

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

Harvest Hosts Review What is Harvest Hosts? The way we describe Harvest Hosts to friends is that it’s an RV membership program that offers a different kind of RV camping experience. Instead of spending the night at RV campgrounds, you can patronize a local

10 Fun Things to Do in Bend + RV Living Tips

Bend is one of those cities that you can’t help but fall in love with. This high-desert city in Central Oregon is a great vacation destination for just about anyone. Known for its wide selection of breweries and outdoor activities, there are plenty 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

A Beginner’s Guide to RVing with Dogs

To learn more about our dogs and the RV shopping experience, check out Joe’s first book: Take Risks. Full-Time RVing with Dogs Watch this video for additional advice about how you can start RVing with your best (furry) friend. Finding the Perfect RV (for

Camping in South Lake Tahoe – Tahoe Valley Campground

Famous for its incredible cobalt blue color, Lake Tahoe is the second deepest in the U.S. at 1,645 ft. Take a drive around the lake and you’ll see why Lake Tahoe is a popular vacation destination. The first time we visited the area, we

Mono Lake Camping – Free Dispersed Camping Near Lee Vining California

Mono Lake camping near Lee Vining is a great way to enjoy the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains. Whether you’re traveling through on Highway 395 or planning a trip to Yosemite National Park, you should plan to spend at least one night dispersed camping near