Handling “needy” RV campground neighbors

  Dear RV Shrink: We have been full-time RVing for about seven years. We have met many wonderful people. However, occasionally we meet a stalker. It is usually a single person, perhaps lonely. The latest example happened in the Everglades National Park at Flamingo Campground. I called him “Ears.” My husband could not step foot out of our motorhome before... Read More

How often do you use your phone or text while driving?

  In issue 797 of the RVtravel.com newsletter, editor Chuck Woodbury talks about texting or phone use while driving. How would you describe your habits? Now, be honest! Sign up for our free RVing newsletters. We invite you to subscribe to our weekly, flagship RVtravel.com newsletter or any of our other free, online newsletters. We are now in our 16th... Read More

Get free, but valuable, RV info from the Forest Service

  By Bob Difley Summer is almost here, and boondockers will soon be looking for campsites in the national forests. These tips may help make your camping trip more efficient and more pleasurable. Plan to reach the Forest Service (FS) office or visitor center before it closes, but also allow enough time to dump, fill water, and shop for food... Read More