5 of the Best RV Blogs to Learn More About RVing

These five blogs will help you learn more about hitting the road in an RV

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Blogs give us an insight into peoples’ lives. Blog subjects run the gamut, giving lessons and insight into everything from cooking to cocker spaniels. So, it should come as no surprise that a popular activity like RVing has so many unique views and blogs written about it. The web has brought the RVing community closer than ever before through forums, blogs, and online communities, such as RVillage. I’ve combed through several of these to find five of the best RVing blogs so you can get a window into other RVers worlds.

5 of the Best RV Blogs on the Web

Technomadia

The unique blog Technomadia is geared towards the younger X, Y, and Millennial generations that are rivaling the baby boomers on the road. The couple running the blog met on a Toyota Prius forum fell in love and have been on the road ever since in their converted bus. This blog focuses on current issues not addressed by many other full-time RVers such as sustainability, minimal impact travel, and the trials of tribulations of working in the tech sector while on the road.

Technomadia's website the expert resource on staying connected to the web and technology no matter where they are and they try to help other RVers out their posts on solar panels, lithium ion batteries and have even authored The Mobile Internet Handbook. The Technomadia blog also provides several links to other younger generation full timer blogs.

Love Your RV

The Love Your RV blog comes to us from a Canadian couple who sold their brick and mortar home, buy a 5th wheel RV, and go traveling across North America. I chose this blog due to the variety of content. The Love Your RV blog is full of travel reports, RV product reviews, tips, and tricks and plenty more. The author’s background as an electronic technician shows on the blog as he offers tons of helpful modifications that can be used by the reader to improve their RV. With three years and 50,000 miles strong, this helpful blog is a great resource for many RVers.

Wheeling It

Wheeling It is brought to us by another couple that quit their monotonous jobs and hit the road full-time with their two cats and Great Dane in tow. This blog stands out because it addresses some of the many critical issues to full-time RVers that some travel blogs gloss over, such as getting health care, pet care, and workamping. The blog is also mixed with updated tips and tricks section, modification section and a dense section of travel stories browsed by individual states. The vast amounts of content are organized on this blog, making it a formidable resource for those looking for everything from recipes to information on finding a veterinarian.

Everything About RVing

Everything About RVing is run by Al Wiener and provides about everything you'd ever want to know about RVing online. From articles on where to go RVing to how to fix up your ride, there's something for every level RVer here. If you want to get into the nitty gritty of what RVing is and can be on and off the road, Everything About RVing is a must-read blog. Not finding what you need to know on the site? Alan takes questions, too! Consider submitting your question and see if it gets answered on the website and make sure to watch his Twitter feed because he’s sharing new articles, tips, and tricks on social media.

Frugal RV Travel

The Frugal RV Travel blog is a guide on how to save money while RVing, full time or not. The blog discusses boondocking in depth. Boondocking is the practice of RV camping without any utility hookups, often to save money by staying at free campsites. This blog also discusses budgets, purchasing an RV, doing repairs on the road and many other varieties of topics that concentrate on maximizing your dollar and adventure. The blog also includes links to buy extensive and detailed boondocking guides specializing in RVing destinations like California and Arizona.

RV blogs, like RV forums, are another resource for anyone RVing their way around North America and abroad. If you’re looking for more information or to connect with fellow RVers, use blogs to learn more about the RVing lifestyle.