Airstream trailers are instantly recognizable as an icon of American camping. Sleek, stylish, and durable, these trailers upgrade your tent to a full-fledged house on wheels. They’re pricey, but they hold their value really well, and they’re everywhere because people love them.
However, if you’re having a hard time justifying the cost, but you really want something similar, you’re in luck. There are plenty of Airstream alternatives out there from lookalikes to the modern retro interior, you’ll find the perfect knock-off that’s right for you.
And for the record, these knock-offs are just as good, so calling them knock-offs is doing them a great disservice. Check them out for yourself.
These lookalikes are pretty pricey, too. You’re not escaping the price tag of an Airstream, but you may enjoy the modern architectural touches of the interior more. It’s a luxury upgrade from the Airstream, featuring an interior thatContinue reading
Whether you RV full-time or you take your big rig on vacation once a year, you should be prepared. As a matter of fact, with any vehicle comes maintenance. The bigger the vehicle, the bigger the maintenance jobs, and the bigger the tools you need to tackle it. When it comes to maintenance, a lot of times you need to lift your RV to get underneath it. That means crawling under a really heavy ride. Along with that comes the need to be able to trust whatever is holding it up.
In addition to maintenance, sometimes you need RV jacks or stabilizers to keep your rig steady while you’re parked. Especially if you don’t have a self-leveling system, you need tools to help you get the RV leContinue reading
New Zealand is a top tourist destination–one that already enjoyed popularity as home to the set of the multi-billion-dollar Lord of the Rings franchise–and still climbing, with a record 3.82 million visitors in 2018. And for some, the best way to experience New Zealand and beyond is nothing utter than an RV, equipped with quality material for a sturdy ceiling.
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A small camping trailer can make the perfect temporary home when the mountains are calling—but what about when nature calls? More and more campers consider space-saving a top priority. That’s why the mini camper has become so famous in the world of RV rental. But, does saving space in a small camper means you have […]Continue reading
Class A’s, class B’s, class C’s, travel trailers, truck campers, fifth-wheels—there are countless options for RVs. Each has its strengths and weaknesses. We will take a look at six of the best boondocking RV options which can fit nearly any style of RV boondocking. But first, it’s important to know what to look for in […]Continue reading
Showering in an RV has its challenges. The showers run small, they usually don’t have a seat, they haven’t any real shelves to put soap/shampoo bottles on, and hot water isn’t easy to come by. Plus there isn’t a bathtub to soak in. The only thing you have control over is what kind of showerhead you […]Continue reading
You’ve decided to purchase an RV, great! But, now what? The hunt for an RV is exciting. You’re not just buying an RV; you’re buying a lifestyle — one where you can leave the concrete jungle behind and find some peace and solace in the great outdoors. After you visit your first RV dealership, you […]Continue reading
Having a combo washer/dryer set-up in an RV is a luxury. It’s all about no more trips to the laundromat; saving quarters and time, plus no more annoyances like dirty machines, dog hair or dye from other people. They say that having your own combo in your rig equals less laundry and more life. RV […]Continue reading
Choosing the right TV for your RV can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. This guide will help get you on your way to your first purchase. If you are purchasing a brand new RV, the living room, bedroom, and outside televisions will most likely be included in your purchase along […]Continue reading
Most RVers avoid cold weather camping, either by traveling to warmer climates or by winterizing and storing their RVs until spring. A growing segment of the RVing community, however, is choosing to brave the winter weather for full-time rving in cooler climates. As a future RV owner, choosing the right RV for your cold-weather adventure […]Continue reading