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Eco-Friendly RVing

Eco-Friendly RV Cleaning and Maintenance for Nature Lovers Canadians have increasingly embraced sustainability as a core value, with the recently published Global Sustainable Travel Report showing that 84% of Canadian travellers wish to travel in a more...

Places to SeeRV Living

2019 National Rally Wrap Up

Hello fellow RV folks, I wanted to share the fantastic time that we had at the 2019 Explorer Club’s National RV Rally, which was held at Summer House Park (on Miller Lake), near Tobermory and the Bruce Peninsula National Park. This park has something...

RV Living

How to Tow a Car Behind Your Motorhome

Motorhomes are wonderful. They provide travellers with the freedom to go anywhere in comfort. Well… almost anywhere. Anyone who has driven one of these robust mobile homes can tell you that it isn’t easy traversing narrow, winding roads or small towns. Class A...

RV Living

Remodelling your RV

RVs are more than just an escape. In fact, for many, RVs are homes on wheels. So, whether you are part-time or a full-time RVer, eventually décor tastes will change and there is going to be an urge to spice things up. So should you go out of your way to...

Places to See

Surprising Saskatchewan

This is the sixth year that my son Dale and I have spent one week on the road for Canadian RVing, and the first time we are headed out west. I won’t begrudge the reader who might expect that we will be writing about the Alberta Rockies or the forests of...

RV Living

Boondocking South of the Boarder

Whether you’re taking your RV on a long journey to a particular destination, just aimlessly cruising the highways and byways of America, or just looking for a place to hang out close to home for the weekend, you’ll be in need of free or cheap places to...

RV Living

Renovating One of Canada’s Original Mini RVs!

Mary Lou and I are avid enthusiasts of the vintage Boler Camper Trailer, perhaps one of the smallest and most compact certified RVs ever manufactured. With interior dimensions of just 10 feet long, 6 feet 1 inch high and 6 feet 6 inches wide, we say,...

RV Living

Planning an Extended RV Trip

There are few things in life that are more exciting – and more daunting – than planning for an extended vacation. And while some people choose to leave the finer details to their travel agent, organizing a well-planned vacation is up to you when you own...

RV Living

Hauling the Big Boy Toys

RV travelling is one of the most rewarding experiences that a couple can do in their golden years. Lynda and I have been travelling in an RV for several years, and we are always planning and anticipating our next adventure. Our favorite adventure is our...

RV Living

RVing on the Pacific Rim

RVing on the Pacific Rim Larry MacDonald As I write this, the view from the back window of our fifth wheel is spectacular! A setting sun is casting an orange glow over the seascape, and gentle ocean waves are spilling over rocky islets and cascading...

Places to See

Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park

Whenever we travelled the Alaska Highway, up or down, the Liard River Hot Springs was a must stop. Sometimes it was just for an hour or two for a quick soak. Other times we stayed for a night or two. (We lived in the Yukon from 1982 to 1998.) The Liard...

Gear

Gear to Go

As warm weather approaches, we can’t wait for the first camping trip of the season! Here is some great gear to add fun (and convenience) to your adventures, whether you’re planning a weekend trip or a few months on the road. Goal Zero The Goal Zero...

RV Living

Buying and Maintaining RV Batteries

Buying and Maintaining RV Batteries Your batteries are among the most important components of your RV setup. They’re expensive, so when you need a replacement you want to make sure that you’re buying the right one for your needs, and you want it to be...

RV Living

Our Favourite Place on Earth

It is easy to say that southern Utah is our favourite place to explore and hike, but it is almost impossible to select only one favourite destination in this high desert region of the Colorado Plateau. This is the land of open blue skies and endless...

Money SenseRV Living

Buying an Affordable Pickup Truck

Buying an Affordable Pickup Truck For the past few years the majority of RVs bought in Canada have been of the towable variety. That means, excluding some of the smaller micro-campers and trailers, most RV buyers either already have or are looking to...

RV Living

Buying Your First RV: What You Need to Know

Buying Your First RV: What You Need to Know Now that you’ve decided to buy an RV, you have to determine what type you want. Before you settle on a specific type, think about what you will be using the RV for. Will you be retiring to travel around the...

RV Living

A Walk Above the Trees

With its snow-capped mountains and blue ocean, no wonder Vancouver has been voted one of the best cities in the world to live in. The Capilano River RV Park is situated in the best position for easy exploring. It was hard to believe that only a few...

Product Reviews

2020 Jeep Gladiator

Jeep, one of the hottest brands selling today, is doubling down on its success with a brand new midsize pickup truck for 2020. Called the Gladiator (a revived Jeep truck name from the ’60s), it will look to score sales in the rebounding midsize market as well as...

DIYRV Living

Tire Safety & Maintenance

Your tires are the main support for your RV and help to make sure you travel safely through a multitude of different road conditions each year. But even though they are one of the most important safety aspects of any vehicle, tires are often overlooked...

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Money SenseRV Living

Buying an Affordable Pickup Truck

Buying an Affordable Pickup Truck For the past few years the majority of RVs bought in Canada have been of the towable variety. That means, excluding some of the smaller micro-campers and trailers, most RV buyers either already have or are looking to...

RV Living

Buying Your First RV: What You Need to Know

Buying Your First RV: What You Need to Know Now that you’ve decided to buy an RV, you have to determine what type you want. Before you settle on a specific type, think about what you will be using the RV for. Will you be retiring to travel around the...

RV Living

A Walk Above the Trees

With its snow-capped mountains and blue ocean, no wonder Vancouver has been voted one of the best cities in the world to live in. The Capilano River RV Park is situated in the best position for easy exploring. It was hard to believe that only a few...

DIYRV Living

Tire Safety & Maintenance

Your tires are the main support for your RV and help to make sure you travel safely through a multitude of different road conditions each year. But even though they are one of the most important safety aspects of any vehicle, tires are often overlooked...

RV Living

9 Tips for Successful RVing With Kids

9 Tips for Successful RVing With Kids So you’re thinking about buying an RV, or maybe you just have. You’ve been dreaming for a long time of all the great road trips you and your family will take. There’s just one doubt nagging at you, one that haunts...

9 Tips For Successful RVing With Kids
DIYRV Living

Spring Truck Maintenance

Springtime is a busy season for most truck owners across the nation as they begin to prepare for many months of travel and adventure. It’s time to shake off the last of the winter snows and get ready to get out and enjoy the many perks of owning a...

DIYRV Living

Getting Your RV Spring Ready

As the warmer spring weather approaches, most RV owners are feeling that familiar itch to get back out on the open road. But after spending a great deal of time and effort to properly winterize your RV, you may also be dreading the spring maintenance process....

RV Living

A Complete Guide to RV Classes and Types

A Complete Guide to RV Classes and Types Whether you’ve decided to purchase your first RV or just looking to expand your RV knowledge, this guide will breakdown the types of RVs you can find on the road.   Drivable RVs Choose a drivable RV based on...

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