RV travel is a liberating way to see the world. With all the comforts of home within your vehicle, you can enjoy the exhilaration of travel without the hassles. However, crossing a border in your RV requires additional preparation. Here’s how to get ready for a border crossing into Mexico or Canada. Continue reading
Question: What’s the number one tool every RV traveler should incorporate into her or his tool belt?
Answer: RV Internet.
Before you can hit the road, you must have a home away from home. Tent camping is great when you’re in your twenties, but as aches and pains creep in, travelers prefer more comfortable sleeping accommodations. Moreover, the convenience of actual living quarters while on the road just can’t be beat. If you’re considering investing in a portable camping vehicle, it’s wise to take the time to research what will suit your family best. In that spirit, let’s take a look at the three types of RVs: motor homes, travel trailers, and truck campers. Read on to discover advantages and disadvantages of each type of RV. Continue reading
The Sunshine State is an excellent destination for RV vacations because the state has something for everyone. From white-sand beaches to NASCAR events, RVers have long counted Florida as one of their top go-to states. Those who visit Florida can choose from dozens of incredible destinations, such as:
Technologically, today’s models far surpass our grandparents’ recreational vehicles. Modern RVs often include push-button slide outs, automatic leveling, and microwave ovens. Higher-end models may even include flat screen TVs, surround sound, and convection ovens! With so many convenient gizmos on board, adding RV Internet access is a no-brainer.
RV travel with a pet is both a blessing and a challenge. For many of us, our “fur kids” are just as much a part of the family as the real kids. The pets we love belong at our sides during our adventures. But unless a pet has had plenty of experience traveling in an RV, an RV vacation can be tough. Dogs, cats, and other animals enjoy having a consistent routine and a constant set of smells around them—RV travel is the opposite situation. RVing could seriously stress out pets that aren’t used to it. Plus, being a responsible pet owner and a respectful RVer requires forethought about multiple issues, from leashing your pet to making sure he doesn’t wake up the entire campground in the middle of the night.
Alaska is known as a place to “rough it,” but with a well-maintained RV and careful planning, an RV adventure to The Last Frontier can be done in comfort. With SinglePoint’s solutions providing wireless WiFi for RVs, you can also stay connected during your RV vacation to Alaska. Our Internet for RV kits will allow you to post to social media sites, keep an eye on the news, and watch your inbox, all while on the road. We tap into cellular networks to provide an on-the-go hotspot for your RV.
The U.S. is home to some of the best RV camping in the world. With mobile RV Internet, it’s possible to research RV parks on the road. Our products make it possible to enjoy the beauty of American landscapes while “going wireless.”
Oregon is one of America’s top RVing destinations and it’s easy to see why. In this one state, you can enjoy the seaside, breathtaking mountains, purifying desert and lush valleys. While researching a trip to Oregon, we recommend searching for Oregon state parks with full hookups. Or you can choose from the following list of regional RV parks, each of which is nearby one of Oregon’s prime wonders. Continue reading
As with any travel, the delight of hours on the road in your RV must be prefaced with hours of preparation. Especially if your RV has been sitting unused throughout the winter months, make sure you set aside time to get everything up and running properly this spring, before the travel itch hits you. Here are our top RV maintenance tasks to carry out this spring. Continue reading