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On a picturesque estate in historic Woodstock, Vermont, carriage roads crosscut the property, through fields, flanked by stands of trees, providing scenic views of the estate, the adjacent farm, and the surrounding area. Historic buildings lie scattered across the estate: the mansion, the carriage barn, the wood barn, the horse shed. This idyllic s…
 
How much water do you travel with in your RV’s fresh tank? A viral Facebook post has Jayco walking back emails to an owner stating that no water should ever be carried in RV tanks while traveling. We've got the full story direct from the RV owner, plus industry updates to keep you informed in this week's edition of RV and Camping News. Togo RV Plus…
 
In this month's news, we're sharing the proposed "parking tag" that the Great Smoky Mountains National Park may implement, the Brown v. Board of Education site is expanding, and more. You can comment on the Smokies fees here: Visit https://parkplanning.nps.gov/GRSMfeeproposal2023By RV Miles Network
 
In this week's news round-up, we share some stats from KOA on how fuel prices are affecting campers, and how many plan to buy an RV this year or get rid of theirs while fuel prices keep them parked. We cover a new $1.3 billion resort complex, some truck recalls, and the story of a woman who fell down a vault toilet on top of a mountain. Enter to wi…
 
On this episode, we share our travels to Jacksonville, Florida, where we found a wonderful oceanfront campground and some great National Park Service Sites. We cover some mistakes beginner RVers should avoid, and Jason gets caught in the shower with no water. The Togo RV article on beginner mistakes: https://togorv.com/rv-living/mistakes-beginner-r…
 
Today on America’s National Parks, the new Our Great National Parks Series premiering April 13th on Netflix, and how these wonderful nature documentaries get made. Our guests are Executive Producer James Honeyborne, who produced the incredible award-award-winning "Blue Planet II," the most-watched wildlife documentary series for over 20 years. And …
 
In this episode, we explore what it's like to try to get free overnight RV parking in the current RV craze. We have tips. and resources for finding spots, plus we take a few listener questions. Apps we use: Campendium Harvest Hosts: https://rvmiles.com/15-off-harvest-hosts-with-promo-code/ Boondockers Welcome: https://rvmiles.com/boondockers-welcom…
 
The dizzying thrum of the water-powered textile mills in Lowell, Massachusetts drowns out everything else. It is, in a word, deafening – so much so that the floor of the mill vibrates with intense ferocity. Set along the Merrimack River, its tributaries, and canals, the city of Lowell had easy access to great quantities of rushing water to power th…
 
This week, Thor Motor Coach has trademarked the term "Mega C" for their new line-up, there's a new RV sales scam out there, Starlink pricing has gone up, and truck manufacturing sees more delays. Togo RV Plus is now Roadpass Pro. Your $49 per year Roadpass membership includes premium access to Campendium, Roadtrippers, RVillage, OvernightRVParking,…
 
On this episode, we answer a bevvy of listener questions about our Sabre 37FLL fifth wheel, we talk about our recent Starlink satellite internet order, and more. See the full tour of the Sabre on the Matt's RV Reviews Towables channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrarePz2Z6k&t=46s Our article on RV driver's license requirements: https://rvmiles…
 
In this month's national park news roundup, we share info about the newest unit in the National Park Service system, the Amache National Historic Site. Plus, we cover things you might want to know about visiting a park this year — from new mask rules, to cashless payments, to prescribed fires, and we share some striking news about humpback whales i…
 
On this episode, we share advice from the RV Miles community to those new to RVing. Plus, a tip that will help you figure out on Google Maps if you can fit into a campsite. All this, plus our fresh tank/black tank pics. Save 10% on your Hugest Autoformers purchase with code RVMILES Save even more on Solo Stove at https://rvmiles.com/solostove Visit…
 
In the heart of Pennsylvania coal country, trains had their heyday. As freight transportation matured beyond the canals of the early industrial days, railroads became the predominant means of moving goods, including anthracite coal, from the region. The time: the turn of the twentieth century. The place: the Lackawanna Valley. The woman: a young so…
 
Yes, you can boondock in Florida and many other places in the East! on this episode, we talk about our time at a Florida Water Management District site and some other boondocking options and tips for the East. Plus, why the heck did we buy a gas truck over a diesel? Let's talk about it. Here's Campendium's guide to Florida Water Management District…
 
In this week's news round-up, we cover the National Park Service's visitation numbers for 2021, the actual number of RVs sold last year, a snapshot of America's Black campers, and tell you the best day of the week for the cheapest fuel prices. The GasBuddy study: https://www.gasbuddy.com/newsroom/pressrelease/1091…
 
For all of the heroes of the National Parks we’ve covered on this podcast over nearly 200 episodes, it’s a wonder we haven’t spent time with a photographer who brought the beauty, grandeur and spirit of nature to the world - showing the need for preservation and curating a desire for a nation to visit them. Ansel Adams is, to be sure, the most famo…
 
Welcome to this month's "News from the Parks" our monthly roundup of top stories from the National Parks. The official overall NPS visitation number has yet to be released, but some parks have already turned in their reporting and the numbers at some of our most popular parks are staggering. Plus, project improvements continue, the sad fate of Lake…
 
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