This page features blogs and websites about the RV lifestyle that we visit on a regular basis and find useful or just a good read. The list will be added to as we discover new and interesting sites. If you know of an informative and entertaining blog or website, send us a link by clicking here
RV Short Stops As part of RVTravel.com, RV Short Stops highlights interesting, fascinating, and sometimes quirky, places along America’s highways where travelers can stop for a short time to rest, refresh and maybe learn about the local community. (Photo: Julianne G. Crane)
WomenRVers.blogspot.com is an online site that includes upbeat news, information and advice for primarily women RVers. It contains interviews with women who have discovered the fun and freedom of the RV lifestyle whether traveling solo or with others. One such post is an informative piece with solo Kate Bright (left) who converted a 20-foot cargo van into a stylish type B motor home. Another post talks with four well-known cookbook authors who share insights into “Cooking in an RV kitchen.” (Photo: Julianne G. Crane)
Editor and Publisher Chuck Woodbury started writing the RVtravel.com newsletter in 2001 and it has been published (almost) every Saturday since with 60,000+ weekly readers. Each free online issue features “news, information and advice to RVers about the RV lifestyle, plus tech tips to keep your RV running smoothly and you out of the repair shop.” Managing editor: Diane McGovern. Senior editors: Emily, Woodbury, Russ and Tiña De Maris. Contributing writers: Mike Sokol, Bob Difley, Richard Mallery, Gary Bunzer, Roger Marble, Janet Groene, Julianne G. Crane, Chris Guld, Machelle James, J.M. Montigel and Andrew Robinson. Advertising director: Jessica Sarvis. Financial affairs director: Gail Meyring. IT wrangler: Kim Christiansen.
Thom and Dar Hoch‘s “RV Sabbatical Journal” features frequent upbeat posts from an active Midwest couple who took early retirement, sold their home a few years back, bought a motorhome and travel full-time throughout North America. In 2013 they decided to downsize to a F-350 truck and Northstar slide-in camper, and embark on a new phase of their RV life: Sabbatical II. These days they travel in a Class B sprinter van. Thom handles most of the writing; Dar is the photographer. (Photo: Julianne G. Crane)
Hitchitch.com is a website that connects people sharing their RV lifestyle. Publisher Ron Bunge says the site’s “Mission: To be the best site to find RV Travel Adventures and Journals. To Keep It Simple, And Do It Well.”