NASA dismisses solar eclipse myths

Next Monday, August 21st, the first total solar eclipse will be visible to America since 1918. RVers, campers and outdoor enthusiasts have prepared for months, even years, for the three-minute stretch of darkness. Campgrounds are completely booked (some even added more spaces to hold more visitors), and traffic jams are predicted to last hours. Throughout this week we have asked... Read More

RVing in the news, August 14, 2017

  North Hollywood residents fed up with RVs on their streets NBC-4 Los Angeles North Hollywood, Calif., residents are angry at people living in RVs on the streets that are tainting their neighborhood with trash, drugs and prostitutes, and they’re asking the city to crack down. In a clear example of what neighbors say they’re dealing with, a surveillance video... Read More

Current Northwest wildfires seem unstoppable

  By Emily Woodbury RVtravel.com So far this year, 39,000 wildfires have burned 5,899,245 acres in the United States. With hundreds of campground closures, hiking trail closures and smoky-window views, people are asking, “What are the causes of all these fires and when will they stop?” Record dry conditions (“rainy” Seattle just broke its all-time record for days without rain),... Read More

RVing in the news, August 9, 2017

Surge in visitors is overwhelming America’s national parks Yale Environment The growing crowds at U.S. National Parks have become unmanageable, jeopardizing the natural experience the parks were created to provide. With attendance this summer continuing to shatter records, officials are considering limiting use of the parks in order to save them. Elkhart RV Super Show starts Thursday in Elkhart Goshen... Read More