RV Blogs and Travel Sites

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There are a lot of travel sites and RV blogs out there. Here are some that we keep a close tab on:

Camp Addict – Kelly and Marshall have over nine years of combined RVing experience and share their knowledge through comprehensive product reviews and guides.

ExpertVagabond – Matthew is an adventure traveler and photographer who has been traveling for over five years.

Finding Marshall – Marshall roams the U.S. in his travel trailer and shares his personal journeys as a nomad, introvert and widow.

Gone With the Wynns – Jason and Nikki Wynn are a couple of perpetual travelers and modern day documentarians.

Hitch Up and Go – Find useful and popular RV related websites, videos, blogs and photos all in one place.

Nealys on Wheels – Jen and Deas have been RVing with their 3 dogs since 2013.

Road Less Traveled – Emily and Mark have been traveling full time by land and by sea since 2007.

Technomadia – Cherie Ve Ard & Chris Dunphy’s primary ‘home base’ is full time RVing in a geeked out 1961 vintage bus conversion.

Wandering with Purpose – Dave and Kelly Burns started full-time RVing in 2014 in their Airstream and they are one of the first RVers we met when we hit the road in 2015.

If you are interested in having your RV blog or travel site listed on this page, please leave a comment on this post.

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10 thoughts on “RV Blogs and Travel Sites”

  1. Enjoy the site. We did FL last month (Feb.) @ space center campground almost in the same spot (42deg Rain and 40 knot winds for two days. Never got to the space center. Question for Joe, last month you had a problem with your front day/nite shades. What was the fix?? Mine are intermittent to inop. Thx.

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      • We’ve had our RV for 1.5 years and in the last 3 months have experienced problems with our mda day/night shades. It’s really nice to have them but after paying a lot for the RV, why do I have to pay to fix these 1.5 years into a brand new RV?

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        • Kira – sorry to hear about your shades. what’s the problem with yours? Our Auto-motion shade for the front window has been replaced twice in less than a year due to issues with the motor.

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  2. Greatly enjoy your videos and blogs. See that you just started to hilight where you stay. Am very interested in this too. Would also like to know nightly cost. As an aside, we aren’t RVers yet but plan to be in a year or two. Plan to just jump right in and go full time. Need to work out the health insurance thing. We are 58 and my wife just conquered ovarian cancer (just received the “NED” (no evidence of disease) four days ago). That was a life changer. We are self employed and hope to work some from the RV. Health ins. serious issue. Currently we are paying $2,000 per month thru Obamacare. Yes, $2,000 per month (it is great insurance but still . . .). Look forward to more of your videos and blogs. John from Fort Myers, FL.

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    • Hey John! First congrats on your wife getting her NED – scary stuff. There is a RV specific health insurance broker who might be able to help. I don’t know his name but if you search on Gone with the Wynns site, they wrote about the process.

      We’ll try to highlight daily cost going forward as well as more campground reviews.

      Thank you so much for following along!

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