Author: William D. Stinson

William is a U.S. Air Force veteran who currently lives on the Texas Gulf Coast with his wonderful wife of 26 years and their two furry companions, Gus and LuLu. As an outdoor and RV enthusiast, William loves to spend his free time taking road trips and spending as much time as possible at the campground with the family in their 2018 Dutchmen Kodiak 201QB travel trailer.

RV Gear/Accessories

How To Choose The Best Wheel Chocks For Your RV

There are certain accessories that are deemed “essential” when owning an RV or camper. Drinking water hoses, electrical cords, and sewer hoses are just a few examples. But there are other things that are considered to be essential when it comes to the safety of you and your family. Smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, and CO …...

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RV Lifestyle

How Automated RV Parks Are Revolutionizing RV Travel

Automated RV parks are changing the way many RV owners travel by streamlining the RV camping experience. These parks utilize automation for certain tasks like the check-in processes, site allocation, payments, and even amenities management. Certain technologies are absolutely necessary for us to get by from day to day, as many parts of...

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Featured, RV Gear/Accessories

How To Choose The Best RV Sewer Hose

One of the main goals of being an RV owner is saving money everywhere you can, from campsites and fuel to RV parts and accessories. When it comes to your RV sewer hose, however, you want something that is extremely durable, yet affordable. Afterall, the last thing you want is for a camping trip to …...

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RV Gear/Accessories

5 Best Portable RV Waste Tanks: The Ultimate Buying Guide

There are several types and classes of RVs and they each have their own features that set them apart from one another. However, it doesn’t matter if it’s a Class A motorhome or a pop-up camper, if it has a bathroom, they all have one thing in common. Holding tanks. These holding tanks are designed …...

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RVs/Campers

4 Awesome Pop-Up Campers With A Bathroom And A Slide Out

Pop-up campers are perfect entry level RVs. They are compact, lightweight, easy to maneuver while towing, and can be towed by most SUVs and small trucks. There is a downside, however. Because of their small size, most pop-ups are missing some of the finer amenities that larger RVs typically have, namely bathrooms and slide outs. …...

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RVs/Campers

RV 101: A Complete Beginner’s Guide To The Different Types Of RVs

There are many different types of RVs on the market. And each type will have a wide range of different floorplans, sizes, and price tags. For someone new to the world of RVing, it can be extremely difficult and confusing to figure out the different types and which one will be the best fit for …...

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RVs/Campers

Top 5 Lightweight Campers Under 2,000 Pounds

From compact designs to innovative features, these lightweight campers under 2,000 pounds are revolutionizing the way RV owners experience the great outdoors. Whether you’re a seasoned RV owner looking to downsize or a beginner looking to join the growing RV community, finding the right camper makes all the difference. If you’re...

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RV Maintenance

The Complete Beginner’s Guide To RV Holding Tanks

RVing is a fantastic way to spend time with loved ones and witness some amazing scenery along the way. Your RV or camper is essentially a home on wheels, and it doesn’t matter what type of RV you have, if it has a kitchen and a bathroom, it has holding tanks. Your RV holding tanks …...

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RV Maintenance

How To Avoid The Dreaded RV Poop Pyramid

There is an ugly truth and horrible phenomenon that strikes fear into the hearts of every RV owner, the dreaded RV poop pyramid. It is something that can easily happen to you if you’re not careful. Don’t worry, there are certain precautions you can take to make sure you can use your RV toilet without …...

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RV Maintenance

How To Get Your Camper Ready For Camping Season

The warmer temperatures of Spring bring the excitement of the upcoming camping season. We look forward to the adventures ahead and most of us can’t wait to book our first camping trip. Now is the time to pull the camper out of storage and make sure it’s ready for the new season. De-winterizing your camper …...

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