Category: Comfort at Camp

How Many TV’s Do You Need In A Motorhome?

With large class A motor coaches today, bigger always appears better, as is more. Nothing mirrors this more than the televisions that can be found on most. One, or possibly two CRT TV’s were in demand fifteen or twenty years ago. Usually a 19” to 26” in the living room, with a 17” or so…

What I Learned From Driving My RV to 49 States in 2014

9 Things I Learned About Life, Marriage and Sewer Hoses

In the past year, my wife and I drove our 1994 coachmen RV to 49 out of 50 states. Being a younger RVer at 23, I had a lot to learn about full-time living in a motorhome. Most of the lessons came in the form of minor setbacks (like our rig being struck by lightning in…

New Online Feature: RV Park and Campground Reviews

RV travelers love to talk about two things: their rigs and their favorite campgrounds. Now Good Sam has introduced a new online feature that allows RVers to rate and review the campgrounds that they have visited. You can help people find the perfect location for their next RV vacation by leaving an RV Park & Campground Review directly on…

A Slice of Texas Barbecue

There’s hardly a better way to discover a slice of Texas, so to speak, than with a barbecue road trip—especially one that travels through Central Texas with some of the state’s greatest smoked meats. For the most impressive barbecue bounties you’ll travel to towns that aren’t necessarily on the way to anywhere. A…