Labor Day is almost here and what better way to celebrate than getting away from the labors of the world with a nice camping trip. The camping experts over at KOA offer these seven great tips for camping on Labor Day.
Who would have thought there are so many types of RVs?
Tire blowouts are deadly. It is important to have your tires in pristine condition at all times to prevent the risk of this happening. Below are a few safety precautions that will help prevent tire blowouts.
Yellowstone National Park- Wyoming, Idaho and Montana
Our nation’s first national park is a place of beauty and wonderment that is absolutely a “must-see” when it comes to exploring nature. Gorgeous pools, springs, geysers, and wildlife are fabulous sights to behold that will likely take your breath away.
Yellowstone has a total of 12 campgrounds and every one of them permits RVs. Make your reservation as far ahead as possible at Madison, Bridge Bay, Grant Village, Canyon, and Fishing Bridge since the sites get booked quickly. Without a reservation, you can try the other seven other campgrounds to search for an open spot. If you want a campground with full hookups, Fishing Bridge is your only option.
Investing in your very own motorhome is extremely exciting. The adventures you can plan and the memories you’ll create will be unlike any others. As thrilling as this new purchase is, hitting the open road for the first time can be a little daunting. We’ve put together some tips to help you feel safe and stay confident when you take your RV out for the first time!
It’s so easy to slip into unhealthy eating while camping. I mean, who can resist that extra perfectly toasted s’more? At Patriot RV, we know that those unhealthy hot dogs and burgers are delicious for the first few days but begin to wear you down on longer trips. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of five RV-friendly healthy and easy meals to make.
Whether you are getting ready to go on your first trip ever in an RV or you have been behind the wheel for years, one of the grandest adventures you can take is to a national park.
We love the spring because spring means that it is finally time to get the RV out and get ready to travel the country in style. Many people are just itching to get out and travel, especially this spring and summer because we have all been cooped up for months. If this is your first time camping in the spring weather, we have some tips and tricks for you.
If you are new to the RV scene, then a travel trailer may be the perfect option for you. A travel trailer is a smart choice for beginners because it is smaller and attaches to the back of another vehicle, yet it is still spacious, fully functional, and durable with solid walls. Many travel trailers also have extensions that expand space once you park and set up camp. Patriot RV of Ashland has a lot of travel trailers in stock, and we understand it may be hard to pick the right one, so we have put together a travel trailer guide for beginners:
Everyone’s lives seem to have been turned upside down since the arrival of COVID-19. Traveling, in particular, has presented a monumental dilemma for people. Since social distancing is the modern golden rule, Patriot RV believes there’s no better way to safely take a sight-seeing getaway than in your very own RV!