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RV Miles Podcast

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RV Miles Podcast

RV Miles Podcast

RV Miles Network

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141
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RV Miles is THE podcast for any RV camping enthusiast! RV travel tips, destinations, news and so much more for RV owners and RV dreamers.

Latest Episodes

Kitchen Gadgets and Opening a RV Park at the Worst Possible Moment

On Episode 139, Grills, Instant Pots, Blackstones, Air Fryers...what camp cooking gadgets do you really need? We’ve used them all, and we tell you what has stayed in the RV permanently, and what we’ve given up. Was there a worse time in recent memory to open a campground than just before the Coronavirus pandemic? We talk to one park about how they’re trying to survive by pivoting to help people without another place to go. All that, plus the latest Coronavirus travel updates.

61 MIN1 d ago
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Kitchen Gadgets and Opening a RV Park at the Worst Possible Moment

138. National Park Trivia

This week, how well do you know your National Parks? We put our knowledge to the test with an online National Park trivia quiz. Plus, the latest travel news during the coronavirus pandemic, and a whole lot more.

49 MIN6 d ago
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138. National Park Trivia

137. The Outside Indoors and Pandemic Problems

This week as the coronavirus continues to drastically change the travel landscape, we talk with three industry experts about the latest mass campground closures, why private parks consider themselves essential services, and what the RV industry is doing to help health care workers and first responders. Plus, we give you our best ideas to get your outdoor fix while sheltering in place.

59 MIN2 w ago
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137. The Outside Indoors and Pandemic Problems

136. Coronavirus Camping, Low Voltage, and Bigger 5th Wheels

This week, as the coronavirus affects everyone’s daily lives in America, we talk about how it’s impacting RV travel. Fifth wheels are about to get much bigger, we tell you why. What do you do when the voltage is low at your campground, listener questions and more.

64 MIN3 w ago
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136. Coronavirus Camping, Low Voltage, and Bigger 5th Wheels

135. Rallies, Fulltime Families, and Fun

This week, RV rallies - what the heck are they, and why should you go? We talk with two Dads in the Fulltime Families organization about the benefits of rallies and finding community on the road. We all know that manufacturing quality is a hot button issue, we try to find out who’s more at fault, RV manufacturers or their suppliers. A major step towards electric RVs has been announced, and big changes continue to rock the most popular unlimited cell data providers.

57 MINMAR 9
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135. Rallies, Fulltime Families, and Fun

134. Finding the Best Campgrounds

This week, is Los Angeles RV friendly? Pumping gas at an all-too-small gas station, what’s up with grumpy snowbirds, and we break down our top resources for finding the best campgrounds.

61 MINMAR 3
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134. Finding the Best Campgrounds

Caverns, WD-40, and Bandanas

This week, we explore the depths of Carlsbad Caverns for the second time - and we’ve learned some new tips. There are a million uses for WD-40, like removing bug guts from the front of your RV, but what is it made of? RV TVs — do you need to spend $3,000 for vibration resistance or can you buy the $150 Walmart special? Scenic overlooks are closing down in New Mexico; why we can’t have nice things anymore. And rocker and bandana aficionado Bret Michaels is selling his RV. How much bleach would it take for you to buy it?

62 MINFEB 24
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Caverns, WD-40, and Bandanas

132. Hello, New Mexico!

This week, a new camping book makes us blush, a late-night break-in story from an RVer that takes quite a turn, why RV parks are beginning to offer a new service, and we make our way to Carlsbad New Mexico, where it’s every bit as cold as it was in Kansas City last week, 900 miles up the road.

58 MINFEB 17
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132. Hello, New Mexico!

131. Furnace Woes, Nutty Lug Nuts, and the new Mercedes RV

This week, we’re hitting the road for New Mexico but first, some furnace woes. We’ve got news about fees for electricity at Boondocker’s Welcome sites, a new RV from Mercedes, and a piece of gear we love for organizing.

50 MINFEB 10
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131. Furnace Woes, Nutty Lug Nuts, and the new Mercedes RV

Demian Ross from Rootless Living

This week, why trailer brakes are incredibly underpowered, a European RV manufacturer lands in America, and a new magazine for full-time RVers and other location-independent digital nomads called Rootless Living

49 MINFEB 3
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Demian Ross from Rootless Living

Latest Episodes

Kitchen Gadgets and Opening a RV Park at the Worst Possible Moment

On Episode 139, Grills, Instant Pots, Blackstones, Air Fryers...what camp cooking gadgets do you really need? We’ve used them all, and we tell you what has stayed in the RV permanently, and what we’ve given up. Was there a worse time in recent memory to open a campground than just before the Coronavirus pandemic? We talk to one park about how they’re trying to survive by pivoting to help people without another place to go. All that, plus the latest Coronavirus travel updates.

61 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Kitchen Gadgets and Opening a RV Park at the Worst Possible Moment

138. National Park Trivia

This week, how well do you know your National Parks? We put our knowledge to the test with an online National Park trivia quiz. Plus, the latest travel news during the coronavirus pandemic, and a whole lot more.

49 MIN6 d ago
Comments
138. National Park Trivia

137. The Outside Indoors and Pandemic Problems

This week as the coronavirus continues to drastically change the travel landscape, we talk with three industry experts about the latest mass campground closures, why private parks consider themselves essential services, and what the RV industry is doing to help health care workers and first responders. Plus, we give you our best ideas to get your outdoor fix while sheltering in place.

59 MIN2 w ago
Comments
137. The Outside Indoors and Pandemic Problems

136. Coronavirus Camping, Low Voltage, and Bigger 5th Wheels

This week, as the coronavirus affects everyone’s daily lives in America, we talk about how it’s impacting RV travel. Fifth wheels are about to get much bigger, we tell you why. What do you do when the voltage is low at your campground, listener questions and more.

64 MIN3 w ago
Comments
136. Coronavirus Camping, Low Voltage, and Bigger 5th Wheels

135. Rallies, Fulltime Families, and Fun

This week, RV rallies - what the heck are they, and why should you go? We talk with two Dads in the Fulltime Families organization about the benefits of rallies and finding community on the road. We all know that manufacturing quality is a hot button issue, we try to find out who’s more at fault, RV manufacturers or their suppliers. A major step towards electric RVs has been announced, and big changes continue to rock the most popular unlimited cell data providers.

57 MINMAR 9
Comments
135. Rallies, Fulltime Families, and Fun

134. Finding the Best Campgrounds

This week, is Los Angeles RV friendly? Pumping gas at an all-too-small gas station, what’s up with grumpy snowbirds, and we break down our top resources for finding the best campgrounds.

61 MINMAR 3
Comments
134. Finding the Best Campgrounds

Caverns, WD-40, and Bandanas

This week, we explore the depths of Carlsbad Caverns for the second time - and we’ve learned some new tips. There are a million uses for WD-40, like removing bug guts from the front of your RV, but what is it made of? RV TVs — do you need to spend $3,000 for vibration resistance or can you buy the $150 Walmart special? Scenic overlooks are closing down in New Mexico; why we can’t have nice things anymore. And rocker and bandana aficionado Bret Michaels is selling his RV. How much bleach would it take for you to buy it?

62 MINFEB 24
Comments
Caverns, WD-40, and Bandanas

132. Hello, New Mexico!

This week, a new camping book makes us blush, a late-night break-in story from an RVer that takes quite a turn, why RV parks are beginning to offer a new service, and we make our way to Carlsbad New Mexico, where it’s every bit as cold as it was in Kansas City last week, 900 miles up the road.

58 MINFEB 17
Comments
132. Hello, New Mexico!

131. Furnace Woes, Nutty Lug Nuts, and the new Mercedes RV

This week, we’re hitting the road for New Mexico but first, some furnace woes. We’ve got news about fees for electricity at Boondocker’s Welcome sites, a new RV from Mercedes, and a piece of gear we love for organizing.

50 MINFEB 10
Comments
131. Furnace Woes, Nutty Lug Nuts, and the new Mercedes RV

Demian Ross from Rootless Living

This week, why trailer brakes are incredibly underpowered, a European RV manufacturer lands in America, and a new magazine for full-time RVers and other location-independent digital nomads called Rootless Living

49 MINFEB 3
Comments
Demian Ross from Rootless Living
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