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California Luxury RV Resort Report: Part 1

Throughout the country, RVers have a choice of campgrounds to fit every budget. Most campgrounds will have picnic tables and fire rings, for example, as well as a playground for kids and horseshoes for adults. Luxury resorts, on the other hand, will have many more amenities and typically cater to the RVer who is also Read More

COVID-19 – Self Quarantine and Social Distancing in an RV

Is it possible to practice physical distancing and self-quarantine in an RV during a pandemic? We are hearing this question asked more and more as essential workers, families, caregivers, and friends realize they need to practice physical distancing from their loved ones. Humans are social animals by nature, so isolation is not normal or easy. Read More

Social-Distancing, COVID-19, RV Camping, and Fun

How to Practice Social Distancing, be Responsible, yet Still Have Fun! At this moment, coronavirus is in the news every day. Health officials advise shelter in place, isolation, self-quarantine, and work from home. But can this be sustained? How will these safety precautions impact our mental well-being? Getting outside is key to preserving our mental Read More

RV Business Owner Interview Part Two: Starting an RV Rental Business

Part Two of our interview with RV business owner Erik Abbott addresses the logistics of the RV rental business. The RV Rental Business Opportunity RVPlusYou offers a unique opportunity to business-minded RV owners. Whether you are in a position to manage your own rentals, or you would like to engage an RV Vacation Rental Manager, Read More

RV Rental Business Owner Interview: How One RV Owner Started Up

In this two-part interview, we speak to an RV owner who listed his RV on RVPlusYou, and we explore where the inspiration to earn some extra income and share his RV came from, how it all works, and what it took to launch. Interview with Erik Abbott of Monterey, California Background: Can you tell our Read More

Desert Rats and RV Rentals

Way back in World War II, the 7th Armored Division of the British Army, stationed in North Africa, acquired the nickname of “the Desert Rats.” Americans of a certain age may be familiar with the TV series The Rat Patrol – which featured an anachronistic squad of Americans assisting in the North African campaign. We Read More