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ROUTE 66 RV NETWORK PROGRAMS

Route 66 RV Network offers many great programs to help make your RV trips safe and fun while saving money. Below are some of the top programs offered to help make your trips the most successful that they can be. Tech 24 Route 66 Tech24 offers over the phone roadside assistance for a do-it-yourself repair. Many times, these types of issues do not require an expert to come out and fix the issue, but rather a bit of guidance to help you make a timely and effective repair. This service is offered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When you call in about an issue, Route 66 immediately puts you in touch with a Certified RV Technician who will share with you their expertise to help solve the problem. A . . . Read more

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Tips for Creating Instant Warmth and Coziness for Your RV Space

It has been a bit rainy in Bulls Gap, Tennessee and we have been stuck inside more than we would like. We have been watching endless streams of movies, playing cards, board games and snacking. Spending time like this indoors isn’t bad- so long as it doesn’t last too long, which is why it helps a lot if your RV space is warm and cozy to hang out in. We have some tips for you on how to instantly cozy-up your RV space. Mood Lighting Try using LED lights or real candles to add warm, mood lighting. By spacing out a few around well-used areas of your RV, you start to get a warm and cozy effect on the whole space. You can also make simple DIY candle holders for your real or LED lights. . . . Read more

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Memorial Day Cookout Ideas

Memorial Day is the unofficial start to summer and the first day of the camping season for many! It’s also becoming one of the biggest cookout holidays next to the 4th of July.  So what are you going to do to spice up your cookout routine this year? We’ve got some great suggestions on recipes, decorations, and of course activities for the kids...okay, and adults too. Recipes For many people this will be the first time you fire up the grill for the season, but if you are tired of the same old burgers and hot dogs, here are a few different ideas. Grilled Hawaiian Barbeque Chicken- a delicious alternative to hamburgers on the grill http://therecipecritic.com/2016/08/grilled-hawaiian-barbecue-chicken-foil/ Need . . . Read more

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RV Cleaning 101: Getting Ready for Summer

RV Cleaning 101: Getting ready for Summer School is coming to an end and summer travels will begin.  So if you are pulling your RV out of storage for the first time, chances are it’s going to need a good cleaning before you take it out for the first time.  Plus, keeping your RV clean while on the road is just as important to ensuring things stay running properly.  Here are our tips for Getting your RV ready for summer. Cleaning the Outside                 Mold and mildew can build up on the outside of your RV when its stored over the winter, especially if there’s any moisture in the air. To clean . . . Read more

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Best RV Spots for Memorial Day

Memorial Day is the unofficial kickoff to summer.  School is out (for most), pools and parks open for the season, and many pack up their RV and head out for their first weekend of camping.  There are plenty of festivals, parades, and of course military memorial celebrations to pay tribute to those who have fought and are fighting for this country.  If you are setting out in your RV to the Nashville area, here are a few of the best RV spots for Memorial Day. Best for Families- Jellystone RV Park, Nashville - Jellystone is one of the top rated RV parks in the Nashville area.  It’s great for families because there is always something to do for the kids to keep them busy.  . . . Read more

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Top Summer RV Destinations

It’s that time of the year again! The weather is beautiful, the days last longer, and the call of the open road grows louder and louder. Maybe you’re still in the market for an RV, or maybe yours is already fully prepared for your next departure, but it never hurts to consider future travel destinations - especially when there are so many fantastic sights to see throughout our fascinating country! Here is a selection of five gorgeous places to think about traveling to in your RV this summer.   Yellowstone National Park     It may be an obvious choice, but we’d be remiss to not include it. It’s famous for being the first National Park in the United . . . Read more

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Best RV Weekend Getaways

Best RV Weekend Getaways Summer is fast approaching and we’re all itching to get out and enjoy the outdoors!  There are so many different places to go and see in Missouri that you could spend your whole summer traveling the state.  But if you are just looking for a nice place to visit for a weekend, we’ve got the best places to “get away” to. Check out these top weekend getaways in Missouri for 2017. Branson, MO There’s no doubt that Branson is a top tourist destination in Missouri, but there are places you can go and visit that don’t have to deal with the hustle and bustle of the crowded shows and  shopping districts. Hercules Glades Wilderness . . . Read more

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Top 5 RV Organizing Tips for Summer

Summertime on the road means a lot of traveling and a lot of different activities.  You want to be prepared for whatever outdoor adventures you find, so you want to bring along everything you can right? Sure, but that means extra items to pack, haul, and store in your RV. This means having to figure out how to keep everything organized. If it sounds like a daunting task, it is, but there is a way to do it. Here are our top 5 tips to keeping your RV organized this summer. Organize your Gear- RVing in the summer means doing a lot more outdoor activities. This means bringing along more gear, unless you plan on renting everywhere you go.  Lucky for you there are plenty of ways . . . Read more

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