Category: Tips & Tricks

According to one of the most famous folk songs in the United States, written by Woody Guthrie:

 

“This land is your land, this land is my land,

From California, to the New York Island,

From the Redwood Forest to the Gulf Stream waters

This land was made for you and me.”

 

What better way to enjoy this land of ours than to see it up close? And, what better way to see it up close than to camp on it? The Yellowstone Act of 1872 established by Congress and signed into law by President Ulysses S. Grant, was the first act to set a tract of land apart for public use. Today, there are over 100 million acres of public land in state and national parks. Camping on public land is a wonderful way to appreciate and enjoy nature from coast to coast.

If you are new to the camping scene there are a few things you’ll need to know in order to be a good neighbor and have an enjoyable time. Camping etiquette isn’t complicated. In fact, many of the things to keep in mind while camping are the same simple things you learned as a kid. Except for the advice on driving, everything you need to know about camping etiquette you learned in Kindergarten. Well, almost everything!

Tightwad, penny pincher, miser…the world has plenty of names for someone who looks for ways to save money. But just because you aren’t a spendthrift or squanderer doesn’t mean you’re a Scrooge. Being frugal means you are spending wisely and looking for the most economical options. Frugal RV travel is just that – being economical about your RV traveling.

When it comes to traveling, spending time on the road doesn’t have to be expensive. Whether you are planning a summer vacation or looking for ways to enjoy retirement, there are some things you can do to reduce your expenses – or even make money – while RVing.