1. The Best Food to Bring While on an RV Road Trip

    When planning for an RV road trip, packing food is one of the most essential parts of your trip. After all, you need food to survive. Food is especially important if you’ll be bringing children on this trip. Kids or not, be sure to fully prepare your menu for the duration of your trip. No one likes a hangry camper. When planning a menu for your road trip, here are a few tips that can make the fo…Read More

  2. What NOT to do As A First Time RV User

    Congratulations! You’re now an RV owner. You’re about to be bombarded with informational articles and people telling you what you should do. However, sometimes it's more helpful to hear what you shouldn’t do. This article will give you a brief overview of some things that you should avoid doing in your new RV. At Frog City RV Park, we want your time with us to be as relaxing and stress free …Read More

  3. Essential Tips for Your RV Kitchen

    RV life offers a great advantage in giving you the comfort of home even when you’re on the road. That being said, as free as you may feel while traveling wherever you see fit, you are restricted by the size of your mobile home, particularly in regards to your kitchen. This can be frustrating, but fortunately, many RVers before you have come up with creative ways to make the most out of their sma…Read More

  4. Spring Cleaning Your RV

    It’s that time of year again! The weather is finally warming up, the flowers are blooming, the birds are chirping, and the days are getting longer. Now that spring has sprung, it’s time to clear out the cobwebs in your RV. Camping season is upon us, which means you want your RV to be in tip-top shape before you hit the road. As you’re preparing for your next excursion, bump up the tunes, ope…Read More

  5. Common Misconceptions About RVing

    There are many misconceptions about RVing out there. We’re here to dispel some of the most pervasive myths so you can rest easy investing in this fun way of life. MYTH: The best type of RV is… Class A, travel trailer, van, fifth wheel — you name it, someone thinks it is the best type of RV. No one RV is inherently better than another. Some will want a fully outfitted motorhome with all the a…Read More

  6. Tips for RV Camping With Your Kids

    Are you and the family hitting the road this year? Whether you’re taking the RV to the Grand Canyon over spring break or traversing through Texas when school’s out for summer, RV camping can be a grand old time for kids of all ages. This is a wonderful opportunity to teach your child about the U.S. and to introduce them to the joy of traveling as a road warrior. However, RVing with your kids c…Read More

  7. How to Have a Christmas Tree for Your RV

    It’s that time of year when everyone is getting into the holiday spirit. While those living the RV life can’t exactly hang their stockings by the chimney with care, that doesn’t mean you can’t deck your halls. One element of decorating this December that you may be sorely missing is the Christmas tree. With such a small space to work with, you may have resigned yourself to a holiday withou…Read More

  8. Tips for Spending Thanksgiving in Your RV

    Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday for gathering your loved ones together and celebrating the joys in your life over a meal together. This year, your table may be a bit smaller than you are used to — in fact, it could be the one in your RV! If you will be on the road for Turkey Day this year, it doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate. In fact, it’s perfectly possible to have a delicious and abu…Read More

  9. Top Tips for Working Remotely From the Road

    RV living is the dream for more and more people. As technology evolves, it’s easier than ever to work remotely, which is why there is a new trend of RVing full-time while working from the road. If you are someone who loves the idea of spending your days exploring new places on the open road, working remotely from an RV may be right up your alley. To do so successfully, here are some tips that ca…Read More

  10. Why RV Living is Better Than Living in a House

    We aren’t trying to talk ill of a more traditional lifestyle. Not everyone will enjoy RV life. But for the road warriors like us, RV living simply offers more. No Mortgage Payment Many people spend most, if not all, their life paying off their home. Full-time RVers are able to pay for their home in significantly less time. In fact, most RVs cost roughly the same as year’s rent, so you could ha…Read More