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Top Camping Recipes for Summer

Sometimes the hardest part about preparing for a camping trip is figuring out what to do for food. Do you plan and pack ahead of time, do you just pack snacks and buy when you get to your destination, will your destination have food available? The options are endless and sometimes depend on where you’ll end up. Plus, you have to figure out how you’ll cook the food once you get there and what cookware you are going to need. Well, to ease a little of the food stress, we’ve put together 3 recipes that are easy and not time consuming to make. Here are the top camping recipes for summer. French Bread Pizza Great for any time of day; lunch, dinner, heck even breakfast if you switch . . . Read more

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Top Products Found Georgia

Did you know that even though Georgia is known as the “Peach State” it actually comes in third in the country for peach production, getting beat out by California and South Carolina.  So why is Georgia so widely known for its peaches? Because it is known for producing the highest quality peaches in the nation, and we know that quality sometimes overrules quantity. This statistic got us thinking, what else is Georgia known for? We’ve compiled a list of the top goods produced in the state. Like many other states in the country, Georgia has a large farming and agriculture community.  They produce many different agricultural commodities that are shipped all over the country.  . . . Read more

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3 Simple Steps to Thoroughly Clean your RV on the Cheap

If you are pulling your RV out of storage for the first time this year chances are it is in need of a good cleaning to make it travel ready.  And like a lot of people, the idea of cleaning your monstrosity of a vehicle is a little daunting.  Taking it to a professional to be cleaned would be the easiest route but it’s not always the cheapest.  Here are three simple steps to cleaning your RV without spending a fortune. Get rid of the junk!-  The first step to cleaning anything is to get rid of the junk and clutter that may be inhabiting your living space.  Any items leftover from last camping season that you want to get rid of, pitch it! Anything that you bought . . . Read more

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Top 5 Most Scenic Drives in the U.S.

With over 95,000 miles of shoreline; 2 major mountain ranges, vast expanses of rolling plains, and 4.09 million miles of roadway in the United States it’s no wonder we have some of the most beautiful scenic drives and byways in the world.  If you are lucky enough to have driven some of these then you know that they are well worth the miles spent. Here are the top 5 most scenic drives in the United States. Us Hwy 1 in the Florida Keys- The keys have some of the most beautiful sunrises and sunsets, warm weather year round and sit surrounded by millions of gallons of turquoise waters full of exotic wildlife. The 120 mile island chain is connected together by US 1. Along the highway . . . Read more

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Georgia Camping Guide

As the weather continues to warm up, more and more RVs will make there way out from storage and onto the road! In Georgia alone there are thousands of campsites available to reserve at 50 different state parks and historic sites. With that giant variety of camping options, there is sure to be a place for you to explore. Here are some things that we think you should know about camping in Georgia this season! Reservation Policy With so many different options, checking out what is available online can be very helpful when planning out your next trip to a Georgia State Park. Guests can request cabins with amazing views, modern campgrounds with showers, glamping yurts, lodges and more! One of the . . . Read more

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Top Reasons to Camp in 2016

There are many reasons that people go camping.  Some enjoy being outdoors, some enjoy the opportunity to escape the “real world”, and some people like exploring new destinations. Whether you make it a full time lifestyle or just the occasional weekend getaway, here are some top reasons WHY you should go camping in 2016. 1. In today’s society, we are so “connected” to technology through smart phones, tablets, computers, video games, etc that sometimes we forget about the beauty and simplicity of the world around us.  Camping is a great way to “disconnect” from the technical world and reconnect with nature.  The best part . . . Read more

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Atlanta RV Destinations

When you think of Atlanta, you think of  fast-paced, big-city living with a thriving downtown atmosphere, big tall buildings and an active nightlife. What you may not think of is camping under the stars surrounded by wildlife and wilderness…and you are right! There are no places to camp inside the city, however there are plenty of places to camp just outside the city so you don’t have to travel far to get the best of both worlds.  Here are a couple of the top RV parks to camp at around the Atlanta area.  Atlanta-Marietta RV Resort ParkLocated at 1031 Wylie Rd, SE in Marietta, this is the closest campground to the city that you’ll find.  Only 13 miles away, . . . Read more

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Top RV Winter Necessities

As you prepare to take your RV into a winter wonderland, remember to ask yourself these three questions: How big is my RV? How insulated is it? How cold will it be at our campsite? Keeping warm can’t be taken seriously enough! Here are  8 essential products you will find yourself needing as you head into the winter months. Weather Stripping Just as you would at house, it is important to check your RV for any cracks or spaces where cold air could enter. It’s best to do this preventatively rather than waiting until it’s already become an issue. The most notorious area for cold air to creep in is around the door frames. Be sure to check your door and window frames before the . . . Read more

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