Latest Issue #1000 Sportsmobile
Hit the road by van, RV, sailboat or thumb, alone or with a family. Everything you need to know, updated regularly.
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A Brazilian woman embarks on her first sailing adventure.
A night in the life of an American walking the streets of Paris.
All about the company, working with them on your next van, and what it’s like living and traveling out one – whether you’re a young single woman or a family of five.
Some useful tips on easing into the RV lifestyle, or just taking a camping vacation, for first time campers.
A retired couple experiences life away from their 4000 square foot home on a pilgrimage to discover life in general via their Roadtrek Class B RV.
Thoughts on working with Sportsmobile.
How to cook fresh lobster on the road or at your campsite.
Town itself is a bit of a disappointment. A run down strip mall, long gone from its glory days with signs faded, crumbling and neon burned out maybe decades ago, it’s nothing to write home about. A Kroger grocery store smells of 1990s milk spoiled in the vinyl flooring’s cracks and jars of olives that […]
An in-depth guide from real travelers to Lake Antigua, Guatemala.
Cities, national parks, national forests, skateparks and great van camping in Arkansas, the Natural State.
A man paints the life of full-time living out of his car, in Canada, during the winter, and COVID 19.
The best places to survive the winter in your RV, including temperatures and pricing across California, Arizona, Texas and Florida.
Various ways traveler’s make a living outside of the world wide web.
A traveling mom’s breakup note with corporate America.
Going on a roadtrip by car? Consider KOA cabins for lodging as opposed to renting hotel rooms…so much more bang for the buck!
Advice, both abstract and concrete, on how to make your traveling dreams come true.
With nearly no motorcycling experience, a young man drives from Virginia to Los Angeles, weathering storms and goodwill all along the way.
Save $1000 / month through travel. Caution: side effects may be seeing the world, more time with family and intense satisfaction.
Every state park in the fifty United States which offers camping suitable for RVs. Info on fees, hookups & more.
We cover every type of RV, including vans and travel trailers, and what they’re like to travel full-time in + how to look through one when you buy it and so very much more!
Charts and statistics on every state in the United States. How much private and public campgrounds cost, as well as free camping, focus on RVs and vanlife.
Where to find hot, clean showers and how to relieve yourself for those travelers who have no built-in shower and bathroom.
From electrical wiring to dumping your sewage, the unabridged guide to everything RV.
Is it expensive to travel full-time? Or can it actually be cheaper?
A plethora of information from initial steps to actual positions that are traveling compliant to stories of people who are already doing it. We live and work on the road, so can you!
The ups, downs and all arounds of the realities of living in a 5×7 foot home.
The 100% 411 on choosing a truck camper for full-time traveling and overlanding. The different styles, pros, cons and real world examples from a couple who has done it for years.
A thorough guide to camping in national forests. Sorted by state, awesomeness, and more stuff the camper in you will love.
How to get started identifying trees. Covers conifers and broadleafs, with a focus on the Western United States. Free printable pocket guide.