The mistake most people make when planning a Florida camping experience in popular public campgrounds is starting too late.
We just bought our second travel trailer, and after more than 14 years RVing, we’re a lot smarter this time around.
Your new RV is remarkably ill-equipped when you leave the dealership. You still have to buy accessories and fittings that cost hundreds of dollars.
When we purchased our first RV 15 years ago, we knew nothing. We were novices. Looking back, you might even say we were stupid.
The ubiquitous Walmart parking lot is good for an overnight on the road, and I have to admit to a pleasant experience at one 24-hour Walmart. Savvy RVers call it “Wallydocking.”