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Road Trip: How to Make the Most of Your RV Camping Trip

Contributed by: Michael Bourke   Whether the temperature is still warm and bright or the leaves are turning, giving way to crisp, cool air, there is never a bad time for a road trip. If you are looking for a great way to get in some family bonding time and escape from the hustle and bustle of life,...
August 7th, 2017 | Destinations, Headlines | Read More

iNTERVAC introduces new power management system

For Additional Information: Sam Yates (772) 225-5002 For Immediate Release   iNTERVAC THE ONLY RV VACUUM CLEANER MADE IN USA ADDS UNIQUE POWER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TO ROADVAC™ PRODUCT FOR MORE CONVENIENCE AND LESS HASSLE!   PALM CITY, Florida/June 4, 2014– interVac Design Corporation, Inc., the...
June 5th, 2014 | News | Read More

A weekend trip to Death Valley National Park

By: Tara Wilson (12 year old daughter of editor, Aaron Wilson) Death Valley is an amazing place with so much to see! On our 3 day trip to Death Valley National Park, we saw many of the breathtaking landmarks. On the first day, Saturday the 18th, we drove from Bishop, where we had stayed on Friday night....
January 30th, 2014 | Weekend Adventures | Read More

Shake that shaking with Steadyfast

By Brian Cheney My trailer, a 40 foot 5th wheel 2011 Keystone Fuzion 400, moves around more than I would have expected for such a large heavy trailer. By “moves around”, I don’t mean from camp site to camp site. Every time someone walked across the trailer, or got up to use the restroom in the...
November 6th, 2013 | Accessories Hi-lite, Headlines | Read More

Seal Your Air Conditioning Vents

Story by: Brian Cheney You could be losing cold air, and don’t even know it. My wife and I were camping in the peak heat of August in Temecula, CA with both A/C Units running. The outside temperature was just above 100 degrees and even with both units running, it was still pretty hot in the trailer....
October 15th, 2013 | Tips | Read More