Camping is a blast for the young and it only gets better as you grow up!
Turtle Trivia . . .
The average lifespan for a NON-RVer is 65 Years old - That is 3,380 Saturdays. The average lifespan for an RVer is 72 Years old (Research shows that owning an RV adds 7 years to your life) - That is 3,796 Saturdays
How many Saturdays were spent in diapers as a baby?
How many Saturdays were spent during your school years?
How many Saturdays were spent to your current age?
I have a little exercise to figure out how many Saturdays do you have left on this earth to enjoy. Take your age you are now and if you do not own an RV subtract your age from 65 and multiple that number by 52 Saturdays. Example if you are 50 that is 15 x 52 = 780 Saturdays you have left. If you own and RV already then you have 1,144 Saturdays left. Then get a big Glass Jar and fill it with 780 Marbles. On every Saturday from now on take one marble out. How many marbles do you have left. This will give you a visual picture of how many Saturdays you have left on this earth.. Knowing this why not enjoy the rest of the Saturdays you have. I ask you not to waste anymore Saturdays. At America Choice RV we came up with a Spectacular idea of how to spend one of these Saturdays. We would like you to spend a Saturday on us at our Wild Frontier Campground located in Sunny Central Florida.. If you own an RV call and schedule your free Saturday with us. If you do not own an RV, we have a program called "Try it before you buy it Program" That means come out and chose an RV that you are considering purchasing, stay at our Campground in that RV on a Saturday with us. If you wake up the next morning and do not like the camping scene there is no obligation to purchase. No catches no gimmicks. Please reserve soon offer expires December 31, 2010. Spaces are limited so hurry and reserve your Saturday with us today.. Call for more details at 352-368-2451 - Wild Frontier Campground 352-629-3540
If you are a full-time RVer or own an RV lot you will spend more time on the road than the typical RVer. Although some full-timers practice their vocation on the road, most full-timers are retired and have more time to travel. The following pages give you a place to find links to campgrounds. Don't forget to bookmark our site before clicking on a link so you can return.
If a campground takes reservations, its a good idea to make them. We've experienced full campgrounds in popular areas because of not making a reservation. Knowing that you have a reservation gives you comfort and no worry about where you will stay. The only problem is that you might not know what the campground looks like. Investigating these links will give you an idea of the campgrounds facilities and environment through their website.
How good is that RV Park? If its hotlink is listed on this site you can find out. All you have to do is click on the link. It will take you to the campgrounds website. To return to RV Property, just click the back button in your browser or place www.RVproperty.com in your favorites list. Clicking the back button might take many clicks, depending on how many pages you've looked at.
Some private parks and campgrounds have RV Lots for sale or long term leasing. Check them out! Go to the page you want to investigate at the top of this page.
RV Property will list your campground for free without a hotlink. A Special Feature ad can provide pictures, hotlink and logo for only $45 one-time fee. See Advertising for more detail.
Work and enjoy camping, as well as getting a free place to park by working in your favorite environment. You can volunteer to be a camping host at State Parks, National Parks, Army Corp of Engineers Parks or get a job at popular theme parks too.
List your Campground Link here so campers can have a better look at what your park has to offer. Search by state. We
also list Campground Memberships For Sale and
Discount Camping Clubs. Owners of campground memberships who have quit camping for whatever reason can list their memberships for sale here. Our
rates or very reasonable.
Camping Clubs are for people who have common interest, such as owners of a brand named RV or like-lifestyles concerning RVing.
We also have a section that advertises RV-Workers and Managers Wanted. Many of these jobs are part-time or seasonal and fit the lifestyle of the full-timer or the retiree who travels occasionally. Some jobs are voluntary and others are for pay.
Working at a campground can be very rewarding. You get a feeling of satisfaction helping other campers. You know where they are coming from and
learn where they came from. It is an excellent way to see the area and have a place to stay. You work for your site plus a salary in many cases.
recreation, involving living temporarily in the outdoors, usually in a shelter
such as a tent, lean-to, or special recreational vehicle (familiarly
referred to as an RV). Most camping is done in forest areas, on mountains, or
near oceans, lakes, or streams.
Leaving the campsite: NEVER drive
off without walking completely around the RV. Check that you have unhooked electric, water and sewer and look up to see if the TV antenna is down.
Some campers make a check list for setting up and taking down. Be sure
to plug you 12 volt line into the tow vehicle.
Most RVers are considerate about
their pet and clean up after them. It is interesting to know that more than 66%
of RV-travelers own and take their pet.
Campfires: Put them OUT! Be sure your campfire is attended to at all times. Do not leave the campsite with smoldering coals. Use a bucket of water wisely. You can get more extinguishing done with less water by holding the bucket right-side up and splashing the water with your hand into the fire. Water is wasted when it is abruptly pored over the fire and it does not splash on every ember.
Build your fire. The word build means just that, you build a fire. It saves a lot of restarting and blowing until you pass out. To build a fire you should start with easy to light tinder. This can be dry pine needles, tiny twigs, wood shavings or paper. Put small dry twigs, broken into short pieces and carefully laid over the tinder. The tinder is where the fire starts. The fire is lit at the tinder. Then put some medium sticks in teepee style above the small sticks and tinder. Be sure there is not too much space between the tinder, sticks and the teepee. Fire likes to rise so this will allow the fire to climb up the sticks. Once the fire reaches this point, you should add more sticks and then logs. The object is to not disturb the small fire until it gets hot, hot, hot. Fire needs oxygen, so be careful not the smother it by placing too many items too soon. Enjoy the fire....this is what we call a campfire. It's a great family treat.
We have heard controversy from some campgrounds about Wal-Mart allowing RV's to park overnight on their parking lot. Some campgrounds complain that it hurts their business and RV's should not be permitted to use these facilities. We don't need more rules and laws like this. The whole idea of RVing is that you are free to be self contained and not have to use facilities that you must pay for, if you don't want to.
Wal-Mart Locations - Click here and go to bottom of Wal-Mart's home page to search by zip code. It's easy. Please come back and visit RV Property again!
"Give thanks to the lord, for He is good: His love endures forever." PSALM 107:1