There are an infinite number of spectacular places you can go for an adventurous camping getaway in your motorhome. Many folks prefer to stay in RV parks or campsites, while others prefer to be away from civilization and go “boondocking,” “dry camping” or “wild camping.” For these campers, this article lists ten boondocking gadgets to have with you while camping off the grid. If you own your RV, there are things you can add to it. If you are renting your RV, there are a few things that may…Continue
Added by Michael S. Hansen on June 6, 2017 at 5:46pm — No Comments
We’re at the Navy Lodge in Fort Worth, TX and waiting for our laundry to finish drying. I thought this would be a great time to post an update while we have reliable Wi-Fi. Please forgive if you find a typo or an incomplete sentence…today, it is what it is.
To sum up our experience so far I would have to say that things are going swimmingly as we march Sherman toward the sea. Our Cruise America RV is nicely equipped with a sink, microwave, stovetop, shower and bath. There is a double…Continue
Added by Easin' Along on May 31, 2017 at 10:47am — No Comments
Well, after a LOT of persuasion, sweetness, and downright bribes, I finally convinced Helen (adorable wife) to take an RV trip. We're taking advantage of a "Relocation Special" from Cruise America. We'll be heading out from Chicago to the west coast by way of Tennessee then across the southwest and eventually reaching Point Mugu, CA which is somewhere north of Malibu. This will be an adventure and we're both nervous and excited, but it will be a great retirement activity.
For fun, we…
Added by Easin' Along on May 19, 2017 at 2:18pm — No Comments
Mankind and Mother Nature have always been allies in the search and provision of solitude and tranquility. The demographics of those who enjoy being outside, whether absorbing the sun’s rays on the beaches and lakes, or taking a nap in the shade of the mammoth green trees soaring high from the mountain side, is growing in record numbers. People are discovering that there’s no better stress reliever than abandoning the city life for the peaceful sights and sounds of the great…Continue
Added by Cruise America on May 16, 2017 at 4:07pm — No Comments
Doing a trip through BC & Alberta (34 days) and Alaska (21days) Startin 16th May 2017. Anybody out there travelled recently and give us the good oil on places they have been. Forget the cities as we are basically into the scenery staying in Nat Parks etc
Added by Norm Knight on May 5, 2017 at 4:40pm — No Comments
Now that spring is in the air, it’s time to work your way out of hibernation and think about reinvigorating your spirit by getting reconnected with Mother Nature. Recent research has proven that just a simple walk in the forest can calm your mind and improve mental health. Scientists tell us that those who spend time in our national parks tend to feel happier and exude more self-esteem.
If you’re like most of America, you’re probably itching to get out of the house and go somewhere.…Continue
Added by Cruise America on April 18, 2017 at 9:41am — No Comments
So many travelers dream of taking a trip to faraway, exotic places. If you look at the Internet, it appears as though there are no unpopulated areas here in the U.S. where you can find solitude and tranquility. However, anyone who is part of the RV lifestyle knows different!
No matter where you live in our United States of America, you most likely won’t have to travel very far to explore some of nature’s finest work, breathtaking landscapes, vibrant cities, winding beaches and iconic…Continue
Added by Cruise America on April 18, 2017 at 9:33am — No Comments
We are now accepting reservations for RV camping during the Total Solar Eclipse this August on our ranch outside of Mitchell, Oregon on a prime location on the centerline path of totality and centrally located between many National parks, public lands, and 10 minutes from the John Day River!
Please visit www.totaleclipsecamping.com or call 541-462-3065 or email TOTALECLIPSECAMPING@GMAIL.COM
Hope to see all of you "cruisers"…Continue
Added by Eclipse Camping on April 13, 2017 at 2:27pm — No Comments
Boondocking is a great way to camp, especially if you enjoy the vast wilderness and the solitude that one gets from becoming a part of nature. Boondocking, otherwise known as “dry camping,” “disbursed camping” or “off the grid camping,” simply means that you choose to camp on your own, rather than stay in an established RV park. This is completely possible because every Cruise America class C recreational vehicle is completely self-sufficient. With water tanks, battery banks and an onboard…Continue
Added by Cruise America on March 23, 2017 at 1:47pm — No Comments
For as long as there have been skies to sleep under, there have been people unable to get to sleep. These night-crawling insomniacs have tried plants, pills, meditation, special lighting and even hypnotic recordings, yet some find no dozing relief!
If you happen to be one of these sleep-deprived individuals, fear not … there’s hope … and it’s as close as your local Cruise America RV rental location. You see, recent research has revealed that there is a much simpler way to overcome…
Added by Cruise America on March 23, 2017 at 1:17pm — No Comments
One of many great things about traveling in this country of ours is that there are so many beautiful national parks and government-run land that offer camping in magnificent, scenic environments. Whether your taste calls for beaches, flatlands, mountains or lakes, there is a camping area that will meet your desires.
RV travel has always been very popular, but in recent years the number of RV enthusiasts has grown exponentially. It just keeps getting more and more appealing to those…Continue
Added by Cruise America on February 9, 2017 at 9:18am — No Comments
There are a host of reasons why vacationing in a motorhome is nothing less than stupendous, but one of the greatest things about it is the versatility and spontaneity that the RV lifestyle offers. As an example, when you’re traveling in a recreation vehicle from Cruise America, you have the option of staying wherever you so desire (so long as it’s legal)! There is no rule that mandates you stay in a designated RV park. In fact, some of the most beautiful places to camp are anything but…Continue
Added by Cruise America on February 9, 2017 at 8:30am — No Comments
The most popular outdoor recreational activity in the United States is camping. In fact, it is estimated that in 2015, over 40 million happy campers took to the road, and the revenue of campgrounds and RV parks (employing over 45,000 workers) was estimated to be approximately 5.8 billion US dollars! Now that’s a lot of camping!
The fact that so many people love camping is a pretty good indicator that it must be an enjoyable and rewarding experience. It also indicates that it must not…Continue
Added by Cruise America on January 11, 2017 at 2:28pm — No Comments
Sharing information and helping out customers are two very important aspects of our customer service here at Cruise America. RVers can always use a little help as they come to love and enjoy the RVing lifestyle. From newbie to veteran, from part-time to travel addict, RV lovers find ways to maximize comfort and enjoyment using the many tools, accessories and opportunities provided by Cruise America.
Once you have selected an RV as your source for travel (and a good decision it was),…Continue
Added by Cruise America on January 11, 2017 at 2:19pm — No Comments
There are all kinds of imaginative places to go and exciting things to do and see in this great nation of ours. When it comes to RV travel, the sky is the limit … literally! Not only are there beautiful sights to see, but there are so many special events that take place year after year … and as convenient and easy as it is to rent a Cruise America RV, you can set your sights on any of these events you want, and head out – the RV travel world is your oyster! You could do nothing but attend…Continue
Added by Cruise America on December 14, 2016 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Fall is disappearing, and winter is waiting in the wings. It may be time to pack up your Cruise America rental RV and head somewhere out of the cold and snow. Since the kids are probably going to be taking a holiday break from school, now might be the perfect time to escape.
If you live in a bone-chillingly frigid environment during the cold months, it may be nice to find somewhere packed with family fun, but where the climate stays on the mild side. There are many online resources…Continue
Added by Cruise America on December 14, 2016 at 3:25pm — No Comments
As amazing as RV travel is, there can be a few “speedbumps” along the way, unless you happen to know the trick to avoiding them. Here are a few easy remedies that we like to refer to as “RV Hacks.” Take a look to see if these ideas might help you:
-Cruise America rental RVs come with a kitchen, along with plenty of storage space. But if you’ve ever experienced broken wine or juice glasses after a bumpy ride, try slipping them into “koozies” (foam-insulated can and bottle holders)…Continue
Added by Cruise America on November 30, 2016 at 9:30am — No Comments
Cruise America is all business when it comes to setting you up and making you comfortable in one of our class C motorhomes. But we also love to laugh, so we thought we’d share a little RV humor with you … enjoy!
Speedy Senior Citizen
A police officer pulled over an elderly woman who was driving a Cruise America rental RV.
Policeman: “Ma’am, you are driving mighty slow for being out here on the highway. The speed limit is 65 MPH.”
Lady: “Officer, I have seen…Continue
Added by Cruise America on November 30, 2016 at 9:30am — No Comments
Hey guys, we're toying with the idea of buying a bike rack and 4 or 5 bikes in Seattle for a 10 week trip across the states. We'd be looking to sell them, perhaps to another Cruise America customer, once we got to New York. We'd probably be arriving NY around the 12th July 2017. Has anyone tried RV travel with bikes? Any tips or cautions? I'd be interested to hear any suggestions as to how we might sell our gear once we get to NY. Thanks.
Added by Michael on November 13, 2016 at 4:16am — No Comments
Colorado is a beautiful region whose scenery changes drastically with every season that rolls around. Even the state’s name connotes “color.” The word “colorado” means “red-colored” in Spanish. This description is not only apropos for the landscape, but for the menagerie of hues that make an appearance each fall as the fall leaves began to turn their beautiful yellows, golds and reds.
One of the best ways to view the annual spectacular show of colors offered by our nation’s 38th…Continue
Added by Cruise America on October 17, 2016 at 1:03pm — No Comments