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Home is where the RV is
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Eric and Jackie Fulbright call Lexington, N.C., home. Sort of. Last month the couple touched down in Virginia Beach. Then they kicked off their shoes in Raleigh before settling back into the comfort of the open road. "Home" is wherever the spirit moves them. This year they'll likely settle in 15 different cities cross-country, visiting family, friends, and recreational and historic sites at whim. "The lifestyle's really good," Eric Fulbright said from inside his nearly 400-square-foot recreational vehicle. More

Campground Profile: Cedar Valley RV Park and Executive Par 3 Golf Course, Guthrie, Okla.

The Cedar Valley RV Park and Executive Par 3 Golf Course in Guthrie, Okla., is one of the finest recreational facilities in Oklahoma. They are open year round. They have 71 total RV sites, can accommodate RVs up to 70 feet. The campground has very clean restrooms and showers, 18-hole par 3 golf course, plus four other championship golf courses, three meeting rooms (two with kitchens), and free WI-FI, freshwater fishing. They are located two miles from Guthrie, Okla., and 25 miles from Oklahoma City.



Celebrating 100 years on the open road
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Planning on traveling this summer in an RV? Historically-speaking, you'll be in very good company. In 1931, Mae West's Paramount Studios contract included a chauffeur-driven "house car" for the star to relax in while filming movies. In the early 1940s, aviation pioneers Charles Lindbergh and his wife, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, needed someplace quiet where they could write, so Henry Ford let them use a 1935 house trailer he owned that was equipped with electricity, a stove, an icebox, a bathroom and other "modern" amenities. More

Geocaching allows RVers to exercise bodies, brains in search of hidden treasures
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If you thought the thrill of finding hidden treasures belonged only to archaeologists and Boy Scouts, think again. Welcome to the exciting world of high-tech GPS treasure hunts. It's like Indiana Jones without the sword fights and snake pits. More

RVs make inroads with families
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Gilbert Brown grew up in inner-city Detroit and went on to a successful football career — 10 years as a defensive tackle for the Green Bay Packers and one season as a Super Bowl champion. Wealth, fame and "The Gravedigger" nickname he earned opened many doors, but Brown could never have predicted they would open one to … the joys of RVing. More

New Texas state park offers cave tours, free camping
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Can you do Kickapoo? A little known, and "laid back," state park, Kickapoo Caverns in Brackettville, Texas, is celebrating its "7 days a week" grand opening on June 12. With over 6,000 acres of largely "natural" landscape, the central feature is Kickapoo Cavern, a-quarter-mile cave filled with fascinating formations. Another cave in the park, Stuart Bat Cave, is home to a half million bats. Every night when the bats fly, it takes nearly an hour and a half for the cave to empty. Holy flying traffic jam, Robin! More

3 way fridge: RV cooling
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Many recreational vehicles contain a 3 way fridge to allow their owners to keep their perishables refrigerated. These 3 way fridges provide one of the luxuries of a stick built home to the RV owner. However, these fridges do not work quite the same as a standard kitchen fridge freezer. More

Stay out of harm's way when RVing in hurricane zones
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June kicks off the six-month hurricane season. Predictions are that 2010 may be a very active season due to a waning El Nino and warmer waters in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. If your RVing plans include travel to anywhere in the U.S. southeast, Atlantic coastal states and provinces, or Gulf of Mexico states, you need to know a little bit about hurricanes. More

RV users flock to Florida in record numbers
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Baby boomers flush with cash and a persistent wanderlust are flocking to Lee County, Fla.s', RV parks in record numbers. For a crippled economy, the revival of the RV industry with the hundreds of millions of dollars it brings to Southwest Florida comes at a good time. In 2009, about 37,000 RV/campground users in Lee County poured $228 million into the local economy — an increase of 35 percent over 2008. It’s the only area of tourism that grew over the prior year, according to the Lee County Visitor & Convention Bureau. More
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