Swimming Holes in Texas

Swimming Holes in San Antonio San Pedro Springs Park – People have gathered around the clear waters of San Pedro Springs for at least 12,000 years. The Park is the oldest in San Antonio and the second oldest in the country. Swim the old-fashioned way – in a natural spring surrounded by ancient trees. Visit … Continued

RV Camping Through History

American RV Camping is More than 100 Years Old Americans love to tinker and improve things. As soon as automobiles were invented, people started to adapt them for other purposes by adding beds, tents, and storage areas to their cars and trucks. The first commercially-made camper was the Pierce-Arrow Touring Landau. It was displayed at … Continued

Texas Summer Vacation

Houston’s Museum District Children’s Museum Houston – Houston’s only museum designed for kids has 90,000 square feet of action-packed fun. It’s a bustling family museum with a wealth of hands-on activities such as the Bubble Lab and the Tot Spot. Voted the #2 Museum for kids in the whole USA, Children’s Museum Houston is at … Continued

When Severe Weather Threatens and What to Do About It

Monitor the Weather to Plan Ahead Plan ahead for the possibility of severe weather conditions. The first step is to get a battery-operated or hand-crank NOAA radio. These special radio receivers are tuned to receive only the 7 frequencies of NOAA (National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration) broadcasts. NOAA broadcasts warnings and watches for severe weather, … Continued

Good Sam Membership is Good for Full-Time RVers

  The Price is Right If you haven’t yet looked into Good Sam membership, do it just as soon as you finish reading this article. Here’s why… The Good Sam Club is the largest organization of RV owners in the world. It is focused upon making RVing safer and more enjoyable, and saving money for … Continued

Regular Maintenance Prevents Three RV Problems

Maintenance Tips: Tire Blowout A tire blowout can ruin your vacation and potentially cause many dollars’ worth of damage to your RV. A likely cause of blowout is improper tire pressure. Always check your tire pressure before departing on your trip. External temperature fluctuations can cause the air pressure in your tires to fluctuate too. … Continued

Solar Power for Your RV

  Sunshine is Free Solar batteries are quiet, safe, and cost nothing to operate after the initial purchase. Why spend one more nickel on fossil fuel for your generator when sunshine is free? How Solar Power Works In the 1800s, scientists figured out that some materials would produce a weak electric charge when exposed to … Continued

Brazoria RV Parks Welcome More Than 1400 Workers

  Brazoria RV Park Just 20 minutes from Dow Chemical’s MDI plant in Freeport, Brazoria RV Park offers full hook-ups on concrete pads, free WiFi, and free cable TV. Are you one of the more than 270 workers who needs a convenient, affordable, family-friendly place to live during the construction of the MDI plant? Check … Continued

Class A RVs

What is a Class A RV? As big as Willie Nelson’s tour bus, Class A RVs are 29-45 feet long and can be customized with horizontal slide-out sections and even second floors. Also known as motorhomes, these luxurious vehicles are favored by film and recording stars, both for traveling and as homes-away-from-home while on a … Continued

Top Attractions in Texas

#1 Top Attraction in San Antonio is the Alamo No two ways about it, the Alamo is Number 1. Take a guided tour of the Alamo to see the giant canons as costumed re-enactors tell the tale of its three-hundred year history. First built as a mission in 1724, the Alamo was finally the site … Continued