Have you looked at your RV medical kit lately? Is it just some box of stuff that you bought at the drugstore a few years ago, then stashed in the bathroom and never looked at? Perhaps you have a hodgepodge of band aids, tweezers and ointments here and there scattered throughout the compartment. The odds are good that the band aids in that all-in-one first aid box have dry rotted and are stuck to the paper wrapping, and in the case of an actual medical emergency, gathering all the things you need that are in this cabinet and that drawer, will take more time than it should.
Staying at the campground, or in your RV for Christmas shouldn’t dull your holiday spirit! You’ve escaped the huge yard to decorate, and you only have a few walls to work with, but these great DIY holiday projects will brighten your Christmas season!
Typically, Thanksgiving party ideas for adults are a bit different than Thanksgiving activities for kids. Think back to when you were a kid at family functions. Whether you grew up in a family with lots of kids, or if you were the only one, you likely weren’t as enthusiastic about family gatherings as your parents.
Ahh the crock pot! It’s such a wonderful invention, especially for those of us who don’t want to stand over the stove for hours. Just drop a few ingredients in the pot, set, and forget! Next thing you know, it’s dinnertime and all you have to do is lift the lid and Voila! Dinner is ready! Here are 10 of our favorite crock pot recipes from around the web that are easy and nutritious!
If Thanksgiving is the king of autumn parties, then Halloween is certainly the court jester! Do you have any party plans? Kids party? Campground gathering? We’ve collected some of the best recipes for Halloween treats that suit the campground life around the web and put them here in one place for you!
1 “Poison” Candy Apples
It’s that time of year again. The leaves are starting to turn, and the nights are getting cooler. For centuries we have been enthralled by the Halloween holiday, originated by an ancient Celtic tradition the celebrated the end of their calendar year, called Samuin where young men dressed up as evil specters to fool the “real” evil spirits. In the 8th century, the Catholic church began to celebrate the day as “All Hallows Evening,” and the guiding traditions continued. Now, more than a millennium later, our children still dress up at ghouls and goblins (and superheroes and princesses) but now we’re just looking to scare up a little fun! What could be more fun than dressing our campground with holiday décor; ghosts and skeletons, witches and cauldrons? Here are a few easy holiday DIY projects that you can make to celebrate this centuries old tradition!
Tailgate parties (not to be confused with tailgating in traffic!) are a classically American activity. These wonderful social gatherings may have been started in the back of pickup trucks, but they have been perfected by the RV. No matter whether you are hosting a tailgate or are just an invited guest, what makes a tailgate a party is the food. Here are a few great, easy to make tailgate party recipes that can be your ticket to being invited back!
There’s no more wholesome a game in America than cornhole. It is played everywhere, from backyards to campgrounds, from the beaches to the mountains, everyone There are a variety of names for the game; bean bags, corn toss, baggo, chuck-o, tailgate toss, lawn toss, and hillbilly horseshoes to name a few. No matter what you call it, the gameplay is simple, the equipment is inexpensive, and anyone at any age can play.
Taking your toddler on a camping trip can be rewarding and challenging at the same time. Being as prepared as possible is key to having a fun family adventure. Today, there are all kinds of nifty products to make toddler camp life easy peasy! (Plus help you keep your sanity to boot). Here are some of our favorites.