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Best Places for Fireworks in Houston

There’s no doubt that Texas is a highly patriotic state, so you know that their Fourth of July celebrations are an experience all in their own.  If you find yourself in the Houston area during the holiday, be sure to check out these top Independence Day celebrations. Freedom Over Texas- Eleanor Tinsley Park- One of the top visited Fourth of July celebrations in Texas, the Freedom Over Texas event happens on the fourth from 4pm-10pm.  Come down early for plenty of kid friendly activities, tons of delicious food including Texas barbeque, and of course live country music.  Grammy award winner Hunter Hayes will be performing at this year’s event before one of the best . . . Read more

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Route 66 RV Services and Programs

Have you recently purchased your first RV and are looking for services for your RV? Or have you just decided that you want to find out what services are available as an RV owner? If you haven't considered the Route 66 RV services and programs, now is the time.  The network offers a variety of perks to RV owners in both the US and Canada. Let's take a look at the different programs and services they offer.  Roadside Tech 24 The Route 66 RV Roadside Assistance and Tech Support Program is one of the best roadside support systems in place for RV owners.  This programs offers 24/7 toll free RV mechanic and techanical assistance, which provides basic instruction and technical diagnosis . . . Read more

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Top Weekend Getaways for Spring

Texas, the Lone Star State and one of the biggest states in the U.S., has hundreds of places to escape to and explore for a weekend.  You can stay close to home or you can travel to the other side of the state; no matter where you go, the options are endless.  Here is our list of top weekend getaways for spring. Take a drive and go birding on the coast.  Southeast Texas offers some of the most beautiful scenic drives along the Texas coastline.  Spending the weekend driving the 500 mile Texas Birding Trail can be rewardingly peaceful.  The trail takes you past numerous bird colonies, lagoons, and salt marshes where waterfowl and migratory birds are in abundance.  . . . Read more

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Spring Break in Texas

Spring break is that time of year when college students take a mid-semester break from their studies and set out to let loose and have a little fun. And it’s no secret that the most popular destinations are the coastal cities with warm sun and sandy white beaches.  But, spring break is not just for the college students anymore.  Many families are seizing the opportunity to turn spring break into a family vacation too. So, where do you take the family on spring break to avoid the college crowd? We’ve got a list of a few fun, family-friendly places in Texas for your spring break. Fossil Rim Wildlife Center Have you ever wanted to wander among some . . . Read more

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Organize your RV

If you are a full time RVer then you know what it’s like to have your entire life on the road with you. From clothing to bath and bedding necessities to entertainment; you want all the comforts of home with you when your RV IS your home.  But, RV’s are limited on space and weight so the amount of items you bring along with you have to be kept to just the things that are “must haves” and keeping them organized can help tremendously and allow you to store more of those things.  Here are some tips for organizing your RV to help you save on space. Let’s start in one of the most cluttered of all places; the Kitchen.  Using items such as 3M Command Hooks . . . Read more

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RV Travel New Year Resolutions

Many people make New Year Resolutions that involve weight loss, eating healthy, saving money, etc.  But what about travel New Year resolutions for the RVer? Some of your RV travel resolutions could include getting out and exploring more of your hometown; travel more this year but spend less; and trying new adventures out on the road. In Texas there are plenty of options for all of these resolutions. Read on to hear about a few ideas. 1.Explore your hometown Houston is a huge big city with lots of history, exciting sights, and plenty of adventure.  The best way to explore is by Segway.  The city of Houston offers Segway tours daily for a small fee and it’s a lot of fun to . . . Read more

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Winter RV Getaways in Texas

Texas is more than just deserts and cowboys. Believe it or not they do have rolling hills and state parks filled with lush greens and bounding wildlife. Near the coast you also get warm sandy beaches and warm gulf breezes.  And after the holidays is the perfect time to travel the state and explore what it has to offer. The hustle and bustle of the season is over, the temperatures are a perfect 80 degrees during the day and a cool 50’s at night, and you can just sit back, relax and take in all that Texas has to offer.  Here are a few ideas of what you can do on your Winter RV getaway. Sometimes the best way to explore the state is from your car. Leisurely drives are perfect for . . . Read more

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Perfect Fall Weekend at Lake Conroe

The mild temperatures of the fall season are setting in and now is the perfect time to take advantage during a weekend at Lake Conroe. Located right outside of Houston, this lake has activities for everyone in your family. We have listed out some of the top activities to do on your next weekend at Lake Conroe.  There are many different RV campgrounds around Lake Conroe, both big and small. Many of the campgrounds have different amenities to take advantage of while you are there. From beach areas and pools, to fishing lakes and hot tubs, they have you covered! If you get tired of the water, there are tennis courts, volleyball courts and playgrounds for the kids. Be sure to research the different . . . Read more

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