Camping meals that satisfy the whole family have some common elements: The meals are easy to prepare, easy to clean up after and have palate pleasing elements for everyone. For campground cookery, keep things simple; the challenges and joys of eating in the outdoors will add the extra dash of flavor.
If you’re an RV enthusiast, especially one who goes to the “boondocks,” “off the grid” or “dry camps” occasionally, chances are you already know a thing or two about going green. RVers are among the “greenest” of vacationers – using small, energy efficient transportation, cooking simple meals outdoors, minimizing water use, and eschewing energy-eating entertainment for quiet evenings of star gazing.
For all the low energy consumption, high voltage fun of RVing, there’s still more RVers can do to preserve the great outdoors for future generations.
Small changes – and a few bigger ones – can help you go green in your RV.
Happy National Dog Day to all you dog-lovers out there. As you already a know, a camping trip isn’t nearly as fun if you can’t bring along your furry family friend. So before you plan your next weekend RVing adventure, make sure your next camping destination can accommodate your RV and your pooch! Check out these Pet Friendly RV Parks: Continue reading
Packing for a road trip or camping trip can feel a bit overwhelming, especially when you have a large family or little kids. Instead of stressing or rushing at the last minute, use this easy guide to make sure you bring all the essentials. Continue reading