Town’s RV parks are booked solid with pipeline workers

By Chuck Woodbury, editor Below is a letter I received from reader Randy Peterson that illustrates once again the problem with crowding in RV parks. In this case it’s not just about vacationers and full-timers taking up campsites but workers on temporary assignments occupying entire parks, sometimes every site in the local area (try to get a space in the... Read More

Campground bathroom warns: ‘Don’t drink from the toilet!’

This is from the “If you need a good laugh” department. . . RVtravel.com reader Pat Gearty sent along the photo on the right, taken at a Minnesota Department of Natural Resources campground. He wrote, “The DNR park designers don’t give campers much credit for common sense and personal responsibility. I’ve been in many a campground bathroom but never, ever... Read More

Reader letter: Shortage of campsites is ‘for real!’

Hi, Chuck, I’ve noticed a drastic change in the past two years in campsite availability. We have been RVing since 1981 and usually traveled without reservations. Of course, when staying at Fort Wilderness at Walt Disney World one expects to make reservations almost a year in advance. Since I retired in 1998, we have traveled to specific destinations such the... Read More