Harbor View RV & Camping Resort – Colonial Beach, VA

Small town charm is at your fingertips when you visit Harbor View RV resort. Located just 20 minutes from the quaint town of Colonial Beach, you will make memories that will last a lifetime at Harbor View.Open April through October this campground has 144 sites. Upon arrival, we were assigned a site that our camper would fit on and a staff member showed us to our site. I am beginning to really enjoy campgrounds that do this, as staff members typically know their parks better than I.We had full hookups, a very level site, a nice picnic table and a brand new fire pit. The pool was a hike away, but a large … [Read more...]

Chesapeake Bay RV Resort – Gloucester, VA

Chesapeake Bay RV Resort is a 280-acre waterfront campground that runs along the banks of beautiful Piankatank River, offering both shady and open campsites. The campground has 365 sites and the park is open 365 days a year. Check in was flawless, they have an amazing staff that greats you at a their guarded gate. We quickly and easily parked our camper on the first site we found and ran to the water, because after all, water is what this campground is all about! Our back yard is pictured below, I was able to launch our kayaks right into the water!The campground features two amazing swimming pools. One … [Read more...]

Hidden Costs Of Fulltime RVing

I knew before we decided to travel the USA in our RV that there were going to be hidden costs of fulltime RVing that I could not anticipate. However, because we planned to sell the house we were saving so much money. No more HOA. No more mortgage. No electric bill. No more lawn care. Sounds awesome right? Well it totally is. However, there are costs associated with fulltime RVing that I didn't expect, so I wrote them down so you can prepare yourself. Insurance: Insurance for my RV when I only used it during the summer was around $50 per month. Now that all of our belongings are inside the RV and we … [Read more...]

Kenisee Lake RV Campground – Jefferson, OH

Kenisee Lake campground is the perfect place to escape to if your looking to get back in touch with nature. We visited this park for only a few days, but my kids still talk about their adventures here. The entire park is surrounded by pristine waters and towering foliage. It is the perfect place to disconnect and escape the hustle and bustle for a few days. This preserve has a beautiful lake, three ponds and lots of campsites in a variety of settings ... heavily wooded sites, clear and open camping, or scenic sites with a lake view. We had no problem finding a site, the map inside the office clearly … [Read more...]

PA Dutch Country RV Resort – Manheim, PA

Located almost right in between Lancaster and Hershey Pennsylvania you will find the cozy and tree filled campground we have spent lots of time at this summer- PA Dutch Country.Open from April to October the campground features 247 sites, many of them offering plenty of shade. We had no problem at all getting a full hook-up site. Setting up took no time at all, as our site was rather level. It fills up fast on popular weekends, but during the week all three times we were there we had the upper lot almost all to ourselves. Our site was perfect during the week when the park was empty. On weekends we felt … [Read more...]

Indian Lakes RV Campground – Batesville, IN

Located just a short drive from Cincinnati, Indian Lakes RV Camping Resort is a lovely resort that is packed with things to do. With over 800 sites, there is truly something for everyone.The park is divided into four phases. The first phase is for people looking to keep their camper there year round. The second phase has water and electric hook ups and is split between Thousand Trails and KOA campers. The third phase has water and electric and the fourth and final phase features full hook-ups. Phases 2, 3 and 4 are walking distance to many amenities, so I greatly appreciated that they kept annuals in … [Read more...]

Natchez Trace RV Campground – Hohenwald, TN

Located in the middle of an 830-acre forest preserve the Thousand Trails Natchez Trace campground is the perfect destination for anyone looking to get away from it all and with 566 sites to choose from there is something for everyone.Getting to the campground can be a bit tricky depending on which way you come in. There is an 11 foot bridge if you come in off the scenic Natchez Trace Parkway. There has been a solution that is described on the campground’s website.  A sort of bypass has been created that gives plenty of clearance, but you have to get your camper off the pavement and onto the man made … [Read more...]