Campfire Chronicles

Heartland Love: Fraser and Lauren Bayley

Fraser and Lauren Bayley

17th Jul, 20

Bayley Family Photo

Fraser and Lauren Bayley are health and wellness entrepreneurs who specialize in plant-based nutrition and strength and fitness coaching. They purchased their 2018 Heartland Road Warrior 427 to be able to travel around the country booking speaking engagements and events, and they live full-time in their RV for several months out of the year. Here, they share with us why they decided to become RV owners and…


10 Reasons to Get Out and Go RVing!

Heartland News

19th May, 20

As our world changes, our travel habits inevitably change with it. Traveling in an RV is the best of several worlds, least of which is that you have your own traveling accommodation – no looking for a hotel or other place to lay your head every night. You have the freedom to move around much more; to let the explorer in you take flight. You can plan your destination as…


CAMPGROUND REVIEW: Tionesta Recreation Area Campground

Lisa & Dan Brown

5th Jun, 19

Location: 477 Spillway Road, PO Box 539, Tionesta, Pennsylvania 16353

Phone: 814-755-3512

Date(s) Stayed: August 2017

Length of Stay: N/A

Site #: N/A

Cost per night (with taxes): $35 (without discount)

Cost per night (with discount): $17 Access or America the Beautiful Pass

Connections: Water/Electric Only - dump station at entrance

Peak Season: May 20, 2019 - September 02, 2019

Overall Rating: 2


Traveling to Tionesta

From Tionesta, Pennsylvania, travel 0.5 mile south on State Road 36…


Manners Matter - The Ins & Outs of Dog Etiquette at Campgrounds & RV Parks

Lisa & Dan Brown

14th May, 19

Dog owners have been facing scrutiny at campground and RV parks all across the country – from breed, size, and number of dogs. Seemingly strict campground and RV park ruling on whether or not they allow dogs on their facility may be based on their hospitality-based insurance company’s permit. These 'rules' do not lie solely on the campground or RV park owners - other reasons could be local legislation or insurance.


How To: Power a CPAP Device on the Road

Lisa & Dan Brown

9th May, 19

One of the more common topics discussed among RVers who enjoy boondocking is how to power a CPAP device in their RV with limited to no power source. CPAP machines, and other electric-powered medical devices, have become essential to the health and livelihoods of those who need them. For those who travel, using a CPAP machine has presented a challenge for RVers not hooked up to electricity - and this shouldn’t prevent anyone from enjoying the…