Recently I had the pleasure of creating content for the Prevost Prouds rally in Myrtle Beach, SC. If you’re not familiar, Prevosts are the Lamborghini of RVs. They come with roughly a price tag of around a million dollars and of course some are much higher than that. They are luxury to the extreme. In fact one of the RVs was pulling a Lambo behind it as their daily driver vehicle…
As an Entrepreneur I’m always curious to pick the brains of others and especially when they’re extremely successful. Almost everyone at the rally was an ex business owner or CEO so I was doing a lot of brain picking… But one person I had a fantastic conversation with who owned a massive company told me that after he sold his company he and his wife wanted to travel and enjoy the finer things in life, but had no idea Resorts like the one we were at existed and they were excited for this new chapter in their lives because these resorts and the experience they provide are Glamping at its finest…
After doing A LOT of Glamping over the past 5+ years of full time RVing, we wanted to unpack what RV Resorts offer for Glampers for those who might not be familiar with the options that are available. Read More
I get asked often about working remote while we travel full time in our RV. A lot of people wonder about what type of jobs they can work while RVing. Many people have questions about logistically how to make it work. Others I think are just looking for a boost in confidence that it’s a legitimate option because traveling to the best and most scenic areas of the country while you’re able to work seems a little too good to be true.
But it is real! We’ve been working remote for over 5 years while traveling full time in our RV. Our entire team are also remote RVers; so we have a lot of experience on this topic and we’d like to share a little bit in hopes to help and inspire others to take the leap into working while traveling.
Whenever I’m in my bathroom and take my clothes off, my shower gets turned on…
Heading out camping for a week in an RV doesn’t mean going without a shower for a week. One of the great things about RVing is that you are able to have all of the conveniences of home while traveling to your favorite destinations. When you’re looking at purchasing an RV it’s important to know the differences in your RV Shower options. Read More
Our Campsite in the Florida Keys
The campsites here are full hookup, big enough for large rigs, and most of them have views of the water. While there are palm trees scattered around the campground it’s pretty much a flat field of hookups for people to come and enjoy a piece of paradise.
They have other options if you don’t have an RV and if your friends have an RV and you don’t, you could rent one of these villas or they also have travel trailers that are pre-setup so you can just pull up and head right into your temporary RV. It definitely helps to build the excitement when you’re driving around to find your campsite that you see people kayaking, snorkeling, fishing, etc…
We really enjoyed our campsite and with the wonderful Florida Keys weather I really loved being able to sit outside with my morning coffee and watch the sun come up. Although this only happened a few times because I couldn’t resist sitting there when I could toss a line out and catch some fish.
Newly built in 2018, this RV Resort is state of the art and a very unique campground. It’s beautifully built directly on the Intracoastal Waterway with a complete setup to give you a Glamping (Glamorous Camping) experience in North Myrtle Beach.
When it comes to RVing, there is no such things as one size fits all when you’re talking about enjoying your vacation.
Different strokes for different folks
We don’t always agree on the types of things we want to do and experience.
I like a more off the grid and rugged experience with a lot of outdoor backcountry adventures.
Danielle likes to experience luxurious camping with all the Resort Amenities.
We’ve found that RV Resorts near rugged areas are the perfect compromise for us. Here’s a few of the RV Resorts we LOVE! Read More
Do you ever wonder if someone is ever going to run up in your home, take your stuff and use your toilet while you’re camping?
You’re not alone. A lot of campers have the fear of having the time of their life on an RV Vacation and getting the dreaded call that their home was broken into and ransacked. That would spoil the mood real quick…
My company does the social media for a home security company in Texas, so over the years, I’ve learned some ways to help keep your home safe while you travel in an RV.
Live Streaming to Your Phone
This is the biggest tool you have to have piece of mind. Technology now makes it easy and inexpensive to have live streaming directly to your smart phone.
In fact, now it’s common to have video doorbells. When someone approaches your front door, it alerts your smartphone and you can watch the live video. Better than that, you can interact and speak to them! Read More