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Should You Leave Your RV Plugged in All the Time?
Camping World
When it comes to your RV, leaving it plugged in for long periods of time may not be the best idea. It can cause issues with certain appliances (see RV refrigerator basics) and leave your RV susceptible to electrical issues if you’re not protecting your system with a surge protector.   Whether you’re renting an RV or have decided to purchase one, RV
Camping World’s Guide to RVing Saguaro National Park
Camping World
An out-of-this-world scene awaits those interested in RVing Saguaro National Park near Tucson, Arizona. You’ll find yourself surrounded by miles of giant cacti covering a starkly beautiful landscape. A forest of 60-foot-tall saguaro cacti stands as sentries across the Sonoran Desert, like soldiers in an army of colossal succulents. These amazing pl
100 Myths About RVs Debunked
Camping World
Like most things in life, you can’t learn all there is to know about RVing until you give it a try. When you do, you’ll learn that some myths about RVs and the RV lifestyle are greatly over-exaggerated or downright false. The truth about RV living is that it’s different for everyone. But debunking these common RV myths will help you create realisti
53 New Good Sam Campgrounds Guide Travelers to Savings and Value
Good Sam Camping Blog
Good Sam has added 53 new Good Sam Campgrounds to its network, expanding your chances of finding savings and value on the road. Good Sam members can save big with the 10 percent discount, and while you’re exploring, discover all of the RV campgrounds in the Good Sam Network. If you’re not a member, joining is simple: Purchase a membership at any Go
7 Scary Campground Neighbors — and How to Handle Them
Good Sam Camping Blog
You can count on two possibilities as an RVer. You will either have pleasant campground neighbors or you will not. Fortunately, annoying camping neighbors are the exception rather than the rule. Here are seven types of campground neighbors you could encounter sooner or later and a strategy for maintaining your sanity if you do. But be nice. Campgro
Camping World’s Guide to RVing Redwood National Park
Camping World
Redwood National Park in California is one of the only places on Earth you can still find coastal redwood trees. The park is home to a string of forests, beaches, and grasslands, giving visitors diverse scenery and activities.  Photographs of the Redwoods might spark your initial interest, but there’s nothing like experiencing them in person. It’s
4 Southwest Dark Sky Destinations That Will Make You See Stars
Good Sam Camping Blog
What a relief that cooler temperatures are finally here. It’s a welcome change of seasons and a perfect chance to comfortably explore the best dark-sky destinations in the Southwest. Whether you’re headed to the sunny Southern California coast or gathering with winter Texans on the Gulf Coast, the most popular winter snowbird journeys are often fil
Essential Camping Gear for Kids
Camping World
Of all the camping adventures I’ve been on, the ones I cherish the most are the adventures with our kids. Don’t get me wrong. Before children, my husband and I went on some epic camping trips across the country. However, now that we have two toddlers, camping feels meaningful and impactful for the kids too. But traveling with children is also chall
Camping World’s Guide to RVing Mammoth Cave National Park
Camping World
RVing in Mammoth Cave National Park is truly unique, as the park’s marquee feature is unlike anything else in the national park system. As its name implies, the park’s focal point is the world’s longest known cave system that’s more than 400 miles long.  Even at that length, there are new sections still being discovered. According to Molly Schroer,
6 Luxury RVs for Unforgettable Vacations
Take luxury everywhere you go when you travel in these incredible RVs available at RVingPlanet.com. You’ll love that traveling with these amazing fifth wheels, toy haulers, and more that will make you feel like you’re traveling in a five-star resort wherever you go. Learn more about the features and amenities you’ll love below. Take home this Allia
Camping World’s Guide to RVing Kings Canyon National Park
Camping World
Being labeled by John Muir as “a rival to Yosemite,” Kings Canyon National Park has a lot to live up to. It does so in grand style. With the deepest canyon in the nation (hence, the park’s name), the largest grove of Sequoia trees still in existence, and rock formations not unlike Yosemite, Kings Canyon on any scale is a land full of excesses. It i
Camping World’s Guide to RVing Indiana Dunes National Park
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With nearly 3.2 million annual visitors, Indiana Dunes National Park was the ninth most visited National Park in 2021. It is marked by towering sand dunes overlooking the shore of Lake Michigan, beautiful beaches, and a very diverse ecosystem.  This national park might be the fifth smallest by landmass, but it is also the fifth most biodiverse park
5 Tips for Conserving Propane in Your RV
Camping World
There are many reasons you might burn through your propane: big outdoor barbecues, camping in cool temps and cranking your RV furnace, running your RV refrigerator when boondocking, and more. No matter how good you are at conserving propane in your RV, you’ll eventually need a refill. Luckily, Good Sam members save 15% when refilling propane at Cam
The Ultimate Guide to RV Patio Mats & Outdoor Rugs
Camping World
One of the most overlooked ways to spruce up your outdoor patio area is with a patio mat or outdoor rug. But not anymore! With the wide range of outdoor RV patio mats and rugs available these days, taking your patio from basic to beautiful is easier than ever. Enjoying the outdoors is perhaps the biggest perk of the RV lifestyle, so why not ensure
Camping in South Dakota: 5 Reasons to Go Beyond Mount Rushmore
Good Sam Camping Blog
Perhaps one of the most underrated states in the country, “The Land of Infinite Variety” affords visitors the chance to witness spectacular landscapes, Old West history, abundant wildlife, and Native American cultural sites. From the Black Hills and Badlands to the rolling plains and river valleys, South Dakota is the perfect spot to escape the cro