A camping adventure is much more enjoyable when there is a campfire involved, but that also comes with a few hazards that need to be kept in mind at all times, for your safety and everyone else around you. It is estimated that nine out of every ten wildfires are caused by campers who are not as careful as they should be. Whether it's your first time camping or you're a veteran, safety is essential to having an experience that creates lasting memories.
If you're like most of us, an RV is probably the largest vehicle you've ever driven. Whether you're new to the motor home lifestyle or it's just been a while since you've been on the road and you need a refresher, use these safety tips to reduce your chances of a mishap on your family's next adventure.
What do the Classes Mean?
The recreational vehicle RV is often sought out by those who enjoy being road warriors. Still, the average person does not know the difference between the categories. What is a Class A RV and how does it compare to Class B and Class C motorhomes? Keep reading to learn the differences between the RV categories.
Camping brings family and friends together in a way that is unlike any other adventure and food is often the connection that strengthens bonds. One of the great things about camping is there really aren't any one-size-fits-all rules when it comes to food. It's the perfect time to explore new ways of eating.