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Why Are Fifth Wheel Trailers Called That?
Camping World
There is a lot of jargon in the RV world. One term you’ll come across, but might not be familiar with, is “fifth wheel” or “5th wheel.” Fifth wheels are a type of towable RV that require a large picku
How to Pack Fishing Gear in Your RV
Camping World
Fishing and RVing go hand-in-hand, at least it does for our family. It’s hard to beat a campsite next to a pristine lake surrounded by the wilderness or the salty air and open ocean while being just a
July Regional Travel — Embrace Your Camping Independence in the Northwest
Good Sam Camping Blog
There’s more to July than fireworks on the Fourth. This is the month to really celebrate your travel independence, and that means going where your desires take you in some of America’s most beautiful
Why You Should Upgrade Your RV’s Interior
Camping World
The adventure of owning an RV never ends, with new and exciting turns along the journey. After a few trips, it’s natural to assess how you can add to your experience and upgrade your RV’s interior to
Catching Bass in Heavy Cover: Stealth is the Name of the Game
Good Sam Camping Blog
One of the things that excite me the most as a bass angler is walking up to a flooded lake loaded with vegetation. As I stare out over the lake, I can’t help but think about all the opportunities for
6 Summer Must-Have RV Accessories for Traveling with Pets
Camping World
I travel full-time with my two dogs, and because we’re gluttons for adventure, we frequently find ourselves boondocking or dry camping. We don’t like to disturb other campers, so we rely on our solar
The Coolest & Craziest Things Real Campers Have Seen While Camping
Camping World
Every camper will tell you that there’s never a dull moment when you’re camping. Whether you’re visiting a campsite for the first time or reclaiming your beloved spot at the campground you visit every
5 Advantages of a Pop Up Camper
Camping World
If you love tent camping but want a few more amenities, a pop-up camper is a great option. Pop-up campers are excellent towable RVs for folks that don’t want to upgrade to a truck or simply want to go
Choosing Your RV: Is a Class B Right for Me?
Camping World
The smallest of the motorized RV types is the Class B RV. Lately, they’ve surged in popularity among RVers. Class B Motorhomes are built on cargo van chassis like the Mercedes Sprinter, the Ford Trans
4 RVs with Front Entertainment
Whether you love hosting everyone at the campground for the big game or looking for something with plenty of space for your family, these RVs with front entertainment are an excellent option. We’ll sh
Explore and Save at 31 New Good Sam Campgrounds Across America
Good Sam Camping Blog
Find more value at top travel destinations across North America. Thirty-one campgrounds have recently joined the Good Sam Campground network, increasing your odds of finding savings on the road. Good
Getting More For Your RV Trade-In
Camping World
Trading an RV in? Do the right things, and you’ll get the most for your RV. In this video, we’ll go over all the things you should do when you trade in your model. Marcus starts on the outside and wor
Easy & Healthy Recipes for Your RVing Dog
Camping World
Making healthy snacks and meals for your dog doesn’t have to be difficult. Learning the basics of safe ingredients for your dog is a good beginning! Being able to make your dog’s treats, snacks and oc
Camping World’s Guide to RVing Glacier National Park
Camping World
Glacier National Park is located in Montana’s Rocky Mountains right at the US-Canada border. It’s often called the “Crown of the Continent” and is one of the most photogenic of all the national parks.
5 Wild Dakotas Destinations to Explore This Summer
Good Sam Camping Blog
Early experiences in the Dakotas provided valuable inspiration for the 26th President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt. That inspiration drove his desire to form the National Park Service, and