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The RV Atlas is a weekly show exploring RV and family travel. Every episode has a feature segment highlighting the RV industry, the campground industry, tips and tricks, or destination guides. We also include gear reviews and interviews with interesting personalities from all arenas of the RV industry.
 
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Who doesn’t love eating a delicious breakfast at the campground? We certainly do! Some mornings we keep it light and simple, especially if we are heading out for a hike or an active adventure on the water. But other mornings we love to laze around at the campground and make a big breakfast. There is simply nothing quite like the sound and smell of …
 
Want to do some baking at the campground but don’t have a stove? The Omnia Stove is a cool cookware gadget that will let you live your baking dreams. This versatile circular oven is great for campers who don’t have a built-in oven, since it is super easy to transport and to use. CEO Gustaf Lundén is here to tell us more about the Omnia Stove. To he…
 
Our camping buddy and RV Atlas correspondent, Phil Travaglia, is back on the podcast today to talk about taking an RV trip to Cape Cod! Last time he gave us an enthusiastic review of the New York City North/Newburgh KOA. This time around he is taking us back to the Cape for an epic RV trip filled with summer fun and outdoor adventure! He starts out…
 
Utah is one of the most beautiful states for RV travel in our entire country. It’s not just “The Mighty Five” that make this state great. Every inch of it seems to be photographable and otherworldly. Our guests on this episode of The RV Atlas podcast are Tyler and Kendra from oneyone.com and Campspot. Tyler and Kendra are digital nomads who have to…
 
These are the show notes for the third of three guest appearances by Lauren Eber, from @afamwithavan about spring desert camping in the great American west. In this three part trilogy Jeremy interviews Lauren about Joshua Tree National Park, Death Valley National Park, and Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada. To listen to Lauren give an overview of…
 
These are the show notes for the second of three guest appearances by Lauren Eber, from @afamwithavan about spring desert camping in the great American west. In this three part trilogy Jeremy interviews Lauren about Joshua Tree National Park, Death Valley National Park, and Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada. Lauren Eber and her family enjoying a …
 
These are the show notes for the first of three guest appearances by Lauren Eber, from @afamwithavan about spring desert camping in the great American west. In this three part trilogy Jeremy interviews Lauren about Joshua Tree National Park. Then Death Valley National Park. Then Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada. Lauren loves all three of these l…
 
On this episode of The RV Atlas podcast, and here in this post, we recommend some amazing gear for outdoor adventure, the ultimate campfire kit, and for your camp kitchen! This is part two of our 2022 spring gear guide podcast! To check out part one, please click here Outdoor Adventure Nocs Provisions Standard Issue Waterproof Binoculars ($95.00) F…
 
Hiking with kids can be a transcendent experience that changes them, and you, forever. Or it can be a miserable experience that no one in your family will ever want to repeat. It all depends on your approach. On today’s episode of The RV Atlas podcast Jeremy is pleased to welcome Erin Gifford on to the show to share her best tips for hiking with ki…
 
Spring is in the air and that means that it is time for our annual RV Atlas spring gear guide! This year we have so much new gear to review that we are splitting it up into two RV Atlas podcast episodes, and two blog posts here on the website. On this “Spring Gear Guide Part 1” we will be talking about our new Rad Power Bikes and “7 Fun RV Gadgets”…
 
Stephanie and Jeremy visited Mama Gertie’s Hideaway over a decade ago (with Max and Theo) soon after they bought their first pop up camper. It was a magical campground that made a lasting impression. Many improvements have been made over the past ten years, so they both felt that it was a great time to get a fresh review. Thankfully, long-time RV A…
 
We love taking taking RV trips to cities like Washington and Philadelphia. It seems like you can park your RV close to just about any major American city. You just need to know where to look for campsites and moderate your expectations. Many urban campgrounds have small sites, and are not necessarily the prettiest campgrounds in the state. On today…
 
River Run RV Resort is a brand new campground that brings a true resort-level experience to the Rocky Mountain National Park region. Whether you are looking for a base camp for touring RMNP or a great place for a family vacation, River Run RV Resort should be on your list. River Run is one of the newest additions to the Sun Outdoors network of park…
 
Jeremy Shakes Down the Ember Overland Series 191MDB For years Stephanie and I have been advising RV owners to take their first “shakedown trips” at campgrounds that are close to home. Plenty of people like to pick up a new RV and head out on a big adventure. But getting a new RV can bring the most seasoned RV owners to their knees! There are new sy…
 
On the first two episodes of the 2022 season of the RV Atlas podcast, we talked about Stephanie’s “new-to-her” 2018 Basecamp. Now it is Jeremy’s turn to step up to the mike and answer questions about his new 2022 Ember 191MDB. Jeremy signed on as the company’s brand ambassador last summer. He was thrilled to pick up his own unit (an Ember 191MDB) a…
 
The 2,000 mile Airstream Basecamp Shakedown Trip She did what she would NEVER recommend anyone else doing. She went on her first trip with the 2018 Airstream Basecamp 16 down to Florida and back. A 2000 miles round trip road trip. It was one heck of a shakedown trip, to say the least. For years we have recommended taking a close-to-home shakedown t…
 
The RV Atlas podcast is back for the 2022 SEASON with a series of life (and rig) updates from Jeremy and Stephanie. The big news is that we are a two RV family once again! Stephanie has a brand new rig. And so does Jeremy. The first four episodes of our 2022 podcast season will be an update about our new rigs and our separate shakedown trips in tho…
 
We are back with our last episode of the 2021 fall/winter season of The RV Atlas podcast with 16 Tips for RV Show Shopping in 2022. We have covered this topic in the past, but wanted to update our tips for the current shopping environment in early 2022. As most of you know–RV manufacturers are still battling through a backlog and trying to catch up…
 
This time of year is full of traditions. One of those traditions here at The RV Atlas is making our New Year’s camping resolutions. What goals do we have for the year ahead? Today, we are sharing camping resolutions for 2022 from Stephanie, Jeremy, the listeners, and the Facebook group! To hear more about these camping resolutions, click play on th…
 
Ice fishing AND camping? Count us in! Hannah and Dave are here to tell us all about their outdoor adventures in Minnesota. Growing up, they both went camping with their families. Now, they continue that tradition with their two little boys. During the winter months, they add a twist that might be unusual to those of us who aren’t from the North: ca…
 
It’s the end of the year, so you know what that means: It’s time for our 2021 camping highlights! Sure, there were limitations. Our camping trips were limited somewhat by our kids busy sport’s schedules and by ongoing issues because of COVID-19. New Jersey, where we live, has been more restrictive than some states. Still yet, we have managed to tra…
 
Today, we are here to help you overcome the RV wInterization blues with 12 new tips for 2022! We have seen the sad posts on the Facebook group of our RVing friends injecting the pink drink of death into your rigs. The doldrums of winter are about to set in. You wish all of you much holiday cheer–but after January 1st, we know that things may get to…
 
Let’s take a look at our most popular RV Atlas episodes from 2021! When we look at a year’s worth of podcasting data, it reveals some interesting things about us, our podcast, and the state of camping and RVing. Last year we noticed that our campground reviews (by us and our correspondents) were becoming more popular. Eleven of our fourteen top epi…
 
Let’s take a look at our most popular RV Atlas episodes from 2021! When we look at a year’s worth of podcasting data, it reveals some interesting things about us, our podcast, and the state of camping and RVing. Last year we noticed that our campground reviews (by us and our correspondents) were becoming more popular. Eleven of our fourteen top epi…
 
If you need gear for your camp kitchen, a camping-themed book, or camping-related decorations for your home, you are in the right place! This is Jeremy’s holiday gift picks! We did Stephanie’s picks in the previous episode so check that out, too. To hear more about holiday gifts for the camp kitchen and more, click on the media player above or look…
 
This holiday gift guide is bursting with Stephanie’s favorite picks from THREE different gift guides that she helped create this year! First, she shares her favorite picks from Togo RV’s 2021 Holiday Gift Guide. Click on the link to find out more about all of her picks! In the second segment of the show she talks about her favorite picks from the R…
 
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