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  At one time, camping meant hiking deep into the woods and pitching a tent. However, our idea of camping has been slightly modified since the introduction and more frequent use of recreational vehicles, also known as RVs.

   RV camping affords many of the comforts and amenities of our home lives while providing freedom to roam as far as the roads and our wallets will take us.

   The following are some suggestions to help you get the most bang for your RV camping buck.

   Before you head out on your camping trip, be sure not to overload your RV. The extra weight can accelerate wear and tear on your vehicle.

   Another problem arises if you are involved in an accident. In this situation you can count on your RV
being weighed. If your RV is found to be overweight, you may automatically void any insurance claims, leaving yourself fully liable for any damages. Avoid this situation at all costs.

   Record your RV's exact exterior height, including the air conditioner. Be sure to keep this information in your cabin so you never experience the embarrassment incurred while traveling under an overpass of miscalculated height.

   Before you set out, standard safety checks should be performed to determine that everything is in working order. This may prevent you from being stranded should problems arise later on.

   Be sure to check your LP gas, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors as well. These devices can save your life.

   Another important point to remember is to create an emergency kit and place it in a storage compartment on the outside of your RV. This kit should contain first aid supplies, a notepad and pencil, a flashlight and a disposable camera for taking pictures in case of an accident.

   Also, make a list of names (doctors, lawyers,
insurance, personal contact, etc) as well as any kind of medication you might be on. Hopefully you will not need to use this kit.

   In order to make your RV camping trip a happy one, you should call ahead and make reservations at your favorite camping spot or your next stop. Describe the exact location or proximity in which you wish to park your RV.

   If you would rather be close to the bathroom or pool, or if you want fewer trees due to the size of your RV. Whatever you want, be sure to ask when you make your reservation.
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 You can also check for reservations at the Recreation.Gov website, which gives you access to 1,700 different locations managed by the USDA Forest Service and US Army Corps of Engineers and many state parks. Finding your ideal spot should not be a problem as long as you plan in advance.

 RV camping can be one of the most enjoyable recreational activities that you will ever experience. The important thing to recognize is possible problems and pitfalls before they ever arise. Loaded with this knowledge, you can make your next RV camping trip a great success.    

            You create lasting memories on a family campout.


     The many camping trips our family took nearly 4 decades ago still bring back  many wonderful memories.

     We towed a large camper to the  Smokies in Appalachia and the Grand Tetons in the Rocky Mountains*, hiked the Kiobob trails down into the Grand Canyon, slept on beaches in Maine, panned for rubies in Kentucky, hunted rocks and gem stones in the Carolinas and Utah, and did many other close-to-nature activities.

     We began our annual camping tours by pulling a pop-up tent trailer - the closest thing to tent camping on the ground. We soon found that a camper and recreational vehicle better suited our extended travels and growing family.

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