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Is RV Camping Worth It?

Many people see the RV life as pure, unadulterated freedom. But there are some drawbacks to RV camping you should consider.
RV sitting on a highway with traffic cones and clear skies.

3 Fall RV Camping Destinations in the Southeast

Fall RV camping is a great way to see the beautiful fall foliage, enjoy the crisp cool air, and experience the numerous pumpkin patches, apple orchards, parks, and attractions the region offers. We have the top three RV parks to enjoy your fall camping getaways in New England. 
A beautiful scene of the rolling hills of the Smoky Mountains in the fall on a cloudy day.

3 RV Campgrounds in the Smoky Mountains

If you're itching to get out and do some RV camping at a scenic site with chances to see some wildlife, the Smoky Mountains is a place that won't disappoint. There are several campgrounds to take advantage of. Which ones should you check out and how much will they cost?
A rendering of the Loki Basecamp Icarus truck bed camper at a lake

$70,000 Sure Seems Like a Lot of Money for the Loki Basecamp Icarus Camper

$70,000 is a lot to spend on camping. Granted, I'm coming to you from the perspective of a young person just starting their career. However, $70,000 goes a very, very long way. We're talking about two brand-new Toyota GR86 sports cars. Or a down payment on a home. Hell, you can have your pick on just about any life-changing purchase for $70k. I went to college for under $70,000. Moreover, I camp, and I'd estimate my entire camping setup, stoves, tent, chairs, the lot, cost about $1,000. So, the question is, can the Loki Basecamp Icarus justify that big ol' price tag?
The modified Isuzu overland camper

This Overland Camper Is Clearly Apocalypse Ready

Building your own overland camper is something of a trend now. I like to sit around on Craigslist and browse about for cars I can't afford. Recently, I've seen quite a few overland-inspired vans and campers up for sale. People are looking for a way out of major metropolitan areas right now, as they have been for the last year. With cases on the rise yet again, people want to get away and enjoy travel while they can. Evidently, some have taken that logic a lot further than anticipated.
A group sits around a campfire under the milkway

Forget the SUV and Take a Sports Car Camping Instead

If the last year has taught us one thing, it's that camping is back in a big way. People were stuck in a house or apartment with nowhere to go and the constant blaring of negative news in their ears. So, we got out. We went camping. It led to a massive uptick in SUV and truck sales, but what if that isn't the only way to get out? What if, you take a sports car camping instead?