Life should be a celebration! So tap into your patriotic spirit and M.Y.O. 4th of July camping crafts with your kids - we'll show you how. Get your groove on at this Summer's top camping music festivals. While you're at it, honor the environment and camp more eco-friendly with a green tent.
Commemorate days of old by exploring great biking and hiking rail trails from Arizona to West Virginia. Or go further afar with Alaska RV expert, Ron Jones, who brings us the final article in his RVing to Alaska series. Ron will help you navigate through Canada on your way to 'The Last Frontier'.
And most of all, don't forget to post your campground and RV park reviews to score free movie tickets in our Rewards for Reviews program.
To all campers and RVers, we wish you a happy celebration month - hip hip hooray!
Tips for RVing through Canada
To visit Alaska, you will have to drive about 4,000 miles up and back so here are tips about money, credit cards, and other odds and ends while traveling in Canada.
How to keep food from spoiling when camping
Camping is a lot of fun, but you know what's not? Food spoiling and getting food poisoning. Bacteria can contaminate food when it's not stored and prepared properly. When this happens, food gets spoiled and goes to waste. Even worse, when spoiled food enters the body, getting food poisoning is not far behind.
The next time you go on a camping trip, take note of these tips to keep food from spoiling.
Camp more eco-friendly with a green tent
One of the ways you can reduce your impact on nature is to use environmentally friendly tents rather than regular tents made from synthetic and environmentally harmful materials. Here are four types of green tents that you can buy or make so you can enjoy your next camping trips with the knowledge you did a bit more to be eco-friendly.
How to fix a noisy RV water pump
For most RV owners a noisy RV water pump is a common problem that can lead to some unhappy RVers. Fortunately, the problem is usually fixable. We give you some tips on how to fix it.
Great U.S. rail trails for biking and hiking
As trains began to lose their status as the primary means of transporting goods across different parts of the United States in the 20th century, many of these once busy railroads have been abandoned. Today, these old railroad trails have become ideal hiking and biking trails that campers and RVers can enjoy on their next trip. We have compiled a list of some of the best rail trails located across the country.
4th of July arts and crafts for kids
Check out these fun crafts your kids can do while camping and RVing this coming 4th of July.
Top summer camping music festivals
If you're looking to escape the house for a few days, take in beautiful scenery, catch unobstructed views of the stars and enjoy the sounds of sweet live music, a multiple-day music festival might be right up your alley. Here are some of the top summer camping music festivals.
Make your own soda can camping stove
Camping is all about the great outdoors...and the cool gadgets! What better way to impress your buddies then making a soda can camping stove with stuff you have lying round the house. Two soda cans, sandpaper, razor blade, fiberglass and thumb tack is all it takes. Less than 10 minutes later you'll have a flaming camping stove that weighs less than an ounce and perfect to throw in the back pack.