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CAMPGROUND REVIEW: Pecan Park Riverside RV Park

Lisa & Dan Brown

14th Dec, 18


Campground/RV Park: Pecan Park Riverside RV Park

Location: 50 Squirrel Run, San Marcos, Texas

Phone: (512) 396-0070

Date(s) Stayed: 10/25/18-11/1/18

Length of Stay: 1 Week

Site #: #116 Back-In

Cost per night (with taxes):$60 daily - $300/week (Deluxe Site- Sept 15-Feb 28)

Discount Used: N/A

Connections: FHU- 20/30/50 Electric, Water, Sewer, Free Cable and WiFi (Some sites offer satellite…

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20 Best Holiday Gifts for 2018

Lisa & Dan Brown

12th Dec, 18


RVers all across the country have spoken! And, it's time to get serious about your holiday shopping for your favorite RV owner or for your own RV! We've read and heard what many RVers, whether full-time, part-time or seasonal, want for their travel trailers or fifth wheels. So, we’ve put together this 20 Best Holiday Gifts for 2018 to take the guesswork out of your…

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Alternative Free Overnight RV Parking

Lisa & Dan Brown

31st Oct, 18


While RV travel is fun and adventurous, it does come with some challenges; like finding cheap overnight RV parking along your our that doesn't require us to travel too far off the beaten path for a little rest. Well, we're to help guide you to finding great alternatives. Through research, networking, and simply asking management of business establishments, we've been extended courtesy for a quiet place to park for the night.

Be…

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5 Must-Haves to Make Living in an RV More Comfortable

Lisa & Dan Brown

25th Oct, 18


We admit, we were frustrated when we didn’t have enough food prep and cooking surfaces, drink holders and places to stow our magazines and tablets in our RV. However, once we found some remedial options, it was like striking gold. Once we accepted that living in an RV requires organization and a minimalist mindset, we were much happier. We found products that are multi-functional. Some are made for RVs and…

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Solar Power Gaining Speed in the RV Community

Guest Author

19th Oct, 18


How can those of us who choose to boondock and like spending time on our RV travels without a neighbor parked 20 feet away find a good source of power to keep us going during our road time? Your RV battery may keep you up and running for a night or two, but even batteries run out of juice and then you’ll be stuck wishing you had another alternative. A generator works well but…

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