Run it all day. Do not turn the temp up, and limit opening doors as much as possible. Even if you think you don’t need it at night, leave it running. It’s a lot easier to keep an RV cool then it is to cool one down once it’s hot inside.
The different memberships are good or bad for each individual depending on your travel style, location, and whatnot. For instance, we have been close to where Thousand Trails parks are and love the cost savings (we’ve stayed over 1,000 nights in the past 10 years; at $30-60/night, we’ve saved $20-50,000 in that time). Alternatively, while […]
We have had it for the past 10 years and have over 1,000 nights in the system. At $30-60/night, we’ve saved $20-50,000 in that time. Basically it’s a camping membership. You either pay a yearly fee for the base membership or a one-time fee + yearly fees for an upgraded membership. It’s essentially pre-paying for […]
Good Sam and CoachNET are both big names. They use the same general network of providers and you either get a rock star or you get some doofus who can’t keep his finger out of his nose. Because of that, both have war stories and both have great stories. That said, AAA seems to consistently […]
I would consider a split stay at 2 different places. While they’re close, I-4 is between them and can be a huge pain in the butt. For Disney, Disney’s Fort Wilderness is very nice. Very expensive but you’re in the Disney bubble and they take care of all transportation. You can literally park your truck […]