Who hasn’t peed in their home shower? Well, it seems that the nation is split almost 50/50 on that point, some enthusiastically admitting it and others recoiling at the thought. Peeing in a home shower is one thing, but what about peeing in an RV shower? As with almost any topic, there are nay-sayers and supporters on both sides.
If you’ve travelled the country in your RV, you’ve probably seen a rainbow of different types of RV resorts; some you’d rather forget you ever stayed at and others you’d go back to as soon as possible. There are some very unique RV resorts out there with many different amenities and are geared toward different types of patrons. Here are our favorites!
The journey of a thousand miles starts by defining your terms. Wait, that’s not how the saying goes, is it? Well, anyway, it is pretty important to understand all the basic ins and outs of a topic (or in this case a lifestyle) before you move forward with it.
It's never fun to walk into a bathroom right after someone else has dropped a number two, but the smell usually dissipates pretty quickly. What if that same scenario cropped up in your RV but stuck around for hours, days or even years? This scenario has been reality for many RVers desperate for a solution to stinky RV toilets. In this article, we will briefly discuss what causes toilet odors, some resources for fixing them, and some additional recommendations for controlling odors in high temperatures.
If you are considering joining the ranks of RVers around the country, a rental RV might be a great way to get started. However, we understand that first time RVers can feel a little overwhelmed! But with some simple pointers, you’ll soon be traveling in a rental RV like a seasoned pro! This article will cover the basics of renting an RV as well as some practical tips and fun first time RVing activities.
To use or not to use, that is the question. In the vast community of RVers, there are many, MANY opinions about whether or not to use RV toilet paper in your RV toilet. RV dealers, suppliers, and mechanics tend to push RV toilet paper, but oftentimes it feels more like a sales gimmick than something that is actually necessary.
This is an excerpt from a training video that we offer store associates to help answer the commonly asked questions about RV holding tank problems. There is some good information here that may be valuable to you and fellow RVers who are struggling with common RV tank issues.
Admittedly, there’s quite a lot of terminology and camping lingo in the RVing world, and, especially if you’re new to camping, it’s easy to become confused! Today we will be covering one of these commonly asked questions: What is a fifth-wheel?