If you drive or haul an RV longer than 32 feet, then many campgrounds cannot accommodate your rig.
What Every RVer Should Know About Taxes. Take the confusion out of filing taxes if you work while traveling in your RV.
With this book, you'll discover hundreds of RV-friendly casinos throughout America.
The RVer's Home Base Planning Guide. This book is designed to help you choose the home base state that will benefit you the most. Includes state-by-state comparisons.
Camping Off the Beaten Path. Escape crowded campgrounds; enjoy off-the-grid electricity, communications and amenities; discover the best boondock campsites in North America.
Yes, you can enjoy the RV lifestyle on a budget! Nick Russell tells you how!
There is an old saying among over-the-road truckers, "There are two kinds of drivers - those who've been in trouble on a mountain grade, and those who will be."
A wonderful resource for anyone who enjoys camping in a National Park. The book describes over 400 campgrounds in over 120 national parks, recreation areas, monuments and other areas managed by the National Park Service.
The Most Complete Guide of USA Interstate Highway Exit Services. Look for: food, gas, lodging, camping and more.
Subtitled "The RVer's Ultimate Income Resource Guide," this book gives faces and personalities to real-life Workampers and the employers who hire them.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers manages more than 12 million acres of land and water nationwide. In fact, they are the largest federal provider of outdoor recreation in the nation!