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The spring of 2020 was a crazy difficult time for all of us, right? We had to cancel several of our early and mid-spring RV trips because of Covid restrictions–and because we really did not have a grip on what was happening in the world. Cancelling those trips was sad and difficult to do. But we were also profoundly aware that, in the grand scheme …
 
Summer is in the air here at RV Atlas headquarters and we are looking forward to lots of beach days, camping trips, and baseball games. And to be quite honest–we have been talking quite a lot about planning a big Southern California Beach Camping road trip with our boys for spring or summer 2022. So in other words–we are California Dreamin’ in a pr…
 
This guest post about great books with travel themes was written by our friend Kerri Cox from Travels with Birdy. To listen to Kerri, Russell, and Jeremy discuss this topic click on the media player above, or subscribe to The RV Atlas wherever you get your podcasts! Summer Reading With The RV Atlas! When you can’t be traveling yourself, you might a…
 
Have you ever dreamed about taking an epic RV trip to Big Bend National Park in Texas? It seems like it is a world away from everything which makes a trip there seem magical, and a little daunting. On the very first episode of the summer season of The RV Atlas we are thrilled to have our friend Ryan Levy on the show to act as our guide to Big Bend …
 
Hey everybody! Time to guard your pic-a-nic baskets! Today on the RV Atlas podcast (and here on the blog) we are updating you on all the new Jellystone Parks that have been added to the system in 2020 and 2021 in places like New Hampshire, Michigan, Massachusetts, and Missouri. We will also share all of the details about new Jellystone Park enhance…
 
We are excited to bring you this list of 10 “must see” spots in Great Smoky Mountains National Park–and the beautiful photos to accompany them. DJ Odom is quite a photographer, and we have long admired his gorgeous pictures of GSMNP. He put together a great list of places you can’t miss in the park! DJ has visited GSMNP many times since childhood a…
 
This guest post about large bunkhouse models was written by our friend Kerri Cox from Travels with Birdy. To listen to Kerri and Jeremy discuss this topic click on the media player above, or subscribe to The RV Atlas wherever you get your podcasts! We started this bunkhouse roundup series to share inspiration for family-friendly trailers. We starte…
 
We are fresh back from a quick spring back trip to Carolina Lines in Conway, South Carolina and we had an amazing time and thank goodness–some very good weather! We made a last minute decision to head south for spring break and thankfully, we were able to find an available spot using Campspot. Jeremy is currently working as a Campspot ambassador an…
 
If you have followed the RV Atlas or listened to our podcasts for any length of time you know that we take our gear guides seriously. When we recommend camping gifts, or camping gear–we don’t hope that you go out and buy all, or even most of them. But we do hope you find “that one thing” that will improve your camping experience or inspire you in s…
 
We asked the members of the RV Atlas facebook group for the best camping hacks and man oh man did they deliver! Here are 20 of the best hacks from a thread that ended up having over 200 comments. 1. Get “Everything But the Bagel Seasoning” from Trader Joe’s Or figure out how to make your own and keep it in the camp kitchen AT ALL TIMES. Your scramb…
 
On today’s episode of the RV Atlas podcast I decided to get a little selfish. From time to time I like to invite folks on the show to teach me about something that I want to learn about! My hope is that if I am interested, you will be too! So today we are talking to an expert about the fine art of Dutch Oven Cooking. I started cooking about four ye…
 
Planning an RV Trip to Savannah, Georgia should be on every RV owner’s bucket list! This week, guest blogger Gretchen Holcombe from Boxy Colonial and Boxy Colonial on the Road is here to show us the way. She is also the guest on the latest episode of The RV Atlas podcast. Gretchen last appeared on the show for an awesome episode about bringing trav…
 
On today’s episode of the The RV Atlas podcast we are talking to Rob Cochran from Togo RV about tips for dewinterizing an RV. Rob is “the Head of RV Service at Togo RV and he has over 30 years inexperience n the RV service industry. He’s an RV Industry Association Master Certified RV Technician and the Education Chairman for the Florida RV Trade As…
 
featured image provided by MPOWERD I am a gear junkie through and through and I love talking camping gear and outdoor brands with anyone that will listen. On today’s episode of the RV Atlas I am interviewing Rick Saez, the host of The Outdoor Biz podcast, the author of Trails to the Top, and a fellow gear junkie. I listen to Rick’s podcast every we…
 
Have you ever dreamed about owning an Airstream and hitting the open road? I certainly have. Most RV owners probably do at some point. When Stephanie and I went on our first tent camping trip together (back when we were dating) a beautiful Airstream pulled up next to us while I struggled to set up our tent. The silver haired couple in the Airstream…
 
“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.” – John Muir Casita Dean May is back on today’s episode of The RV Atlas to talk about the past, present, and future of the National Forest Service. This is part of an ongoing series with Dean about the history and culture of some of our country’s treasured “great outdoors” institut…
 
featured image by Scott Elias On today’s episode of the RV Atlas podcast we are thrilled to have Scott Elias back on our show! After a hiatus of over two years Scott is back with another great Colorado campground review. He stayed at Ouray Riverside Resort for Father’s Day last year (in a cabin) and absolutely loved it! Scott brought us several oth…
 
It is a question that is almost as old as camping itself. It is a question that has vexed camping philosophers and campfire quarterbacks for years! Should I get a camp grill, a camp griddle, or a camp stove? Or some combination or all three? There is no simple answer to this question. But of course we decided to tackle it on today’s podcast, and he…
 
Our camping buddy and RV Atlas correspondent, Phil Travaglia, is back on the podcast today with another great review! Last time he gave us an enthusiastic review of Hither Hills in Montauk, New York. This time around he is taking us to the New York City North / Newburgh KOA–another one of his family’s favorite campgrounds. To listen to Jeremy and P…
 
Our camping buddy and RV Atlas correspondent, Phil Travaglia, is back on the podcast today with another great review! Last time he gave us an enthusiastic review of Hither Hills in Montauk, New York. This time around he is taking us to the New York City North / Newburgh KOA–another one of his family’s favorite campgrounds. To listen to Jeremy and P…
 
I need a relaxing spring break camping trip really, really bad! I bet you do too. It’s been a long winter and cold weather has been beating down on many of us in the northeast. Even if you don’t live in a cold winter climate like we do, I’m sure you are also jonesing for a relaxing spring break trip to the beach, or the lake, or the river, or where…
 
Who is ready to go glamping? Our brand new book, Where Should We Camp Next? A 50 State Guide to Amazing Campgrounds and other Unique Outdoor Accomdations has over 300 total campgrounds recommendations with 5-11 reviews in each state. Our book also offers up a unique badge system to help readers quickly identify campgrounds that have certain very sp…
 
Our brand new book, Where Should We Camp Next? A 50 State Guide to Amazing Campgrounds and other Unique Outdoor Accomdations has over 300 total campgrounds recommendations with 5-11 reviews in each state. Our book also offers up a unique badge system to help readers quickly identify campgrounds that have certain very specific qualities. The badge s…
 
This guest post about midsize bunkhouse models was written by our friend Kerri Cox from Travels with Birdy. To listen to Kerri and Jeremy discuss this topic click on the media player above, or subscribe to The RV Atlas wherever you get your podcasts! We started this bunkhouse roundup series to share inspiration for family-friendly trailers. We star…
 
We are so excited to talk about America’s newest national park on today’s podcast and here on The RV Atlas blog. Huge thanks to freelance writer Kate Morgan (bykatemorgan.com) for coming on the show and sharing her passion and deep knowledge of New River Gorge. After I read Kate’s recent piece in the Washington Post about New River Gorge, I knew I …
 
Where Should We Camp Next? Deep Background! Two books in two years…. It’s kind of hard to believe we pulled it off. And why did we even try in the first place? Where Should We Camp Next? A 50-State Guide to Amazing Campgrounds and Other Unique Outdoor Accommodations ,our third book, will be released on March 2nd, 2021–exactly one year after See You…
 
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