RV Resource Roundup for COVID-19: FAQ + Links to Official Websites and Ongoing News Updates for RVers

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LAST UPDATED 4/6/2020: With COVID-19 throwing our lives and travel plans into chaos, it can be difficult for many RVers to get accurate, up to date information on the areas that may impact you. In this RV Resource Roundup FAQ for COVID-19, we pulled together a series of official news sources and useful links to news updates, campground closures, RV parks that are open and accepting displaced full time RVers, border closures and much more.

These should help point you in the right direction of finding the answers to some of your most frequently asked questions. And get the latest information, direct from the source (in many cases). Try checking these links first to find your own accurate answers, before asking random strangers in Facebook groups or getting misled, confused or upset by rumors. Check the source of all news updates before sharing to help keep the flow of accurate information. (Not easy when it’s constantly changing, but let’s try!)

Quick Links To Sections

We hope this article and the info we shared helps you understand how this situation may impact you, so you can make the best decisions for you and your family. We can ALL make a difference in beating this. TOGETHER.

Because of the volume of information covered in this post, we’ve laid it out in an FAQ style, by category. When you see the question, just click on the arrow to get the answer with relevant links to get more detail.

Remember, this situation – and the information – is changing rapidly. So while you will find source links shared here, you may need to visit those sites directly to get the very latest updates.

Disclaimer: Please note we are NOT coronavirus or COVID-19 experts. Nor are we an official news source. We are experienced full-time RVers who have spent a lot of time trying to find many of these answers for ourselves. We thought it may be useful to share what we found here with you, too. Many of the links we have shared are from official government bodies, reputable media news outlets or trusted RV camping websites. This information is subject to change at any time, without notice. 

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This article is dynamic and may change often. Please send us other questions you may have, and share other resources that we can add to this roundup article. Please leave a comment on this post or email us. This is a team effort, so THANK YOU!

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What Should RV'ers Do Now?

Follow the latest instructions as issued federally or by the state or county where you are located. Some areas are closing non-essential businesses and some are imposing lockdowns. And some roads are even being closed at state borders. This situation is changing quickly and often, so check for local updates.

In this blog post, we shared several options for RVers looking for a safe way to shelter in place, for an extended period.

What Should RVers Do Now? How and where to shelter in place during the pandemic.

Read the article and see the other sections below for links and resources on campground closures, travel restrictions, and where to find a place to stay.

No. This is not the time for vacations or camping trips.

We are all advised to avoid discretionary travel for at least the next 15 days. Plan for 30 days. And it could be even longer. Keep an eye on news updates for the latest, as this situation continued to develop – rapidly!If you are a snowbird or on vacation, and have a home to go to, it is advisable to return home, if possible.However, if you are a full-time RVer, stay where you are (if possible) or get to a place where you can hunker down for a while.Keep reading for more links and suggestions for how and where you can do that.

Some RV parks and campgrounds are closed, but many remain open. Travel is being discouraged, stay at home orders are in place around the country, and park owners understandably want to protect themselves and their campers from being exposed to COVID-19.

With that in mind, this isn’t camping as usual. This is about finding a safe place to hunker down and stay still, for as long as is necessary.

While some parks will accept full time or extended travel RVers who don’t have anywhere else to go, there will be some new rules to follow, in order to stay and keep everyone safe. This may included a longer stay and even a quarantine.

Check the private campgrounds section below for more detail and links to find RV parks that are open.

You can find other suggestions in our article on where to shelter during the pandemic.

Government Parks & Facilities

At the moment, most national parks and monuments (not all) remain open, but with limited amenities.

See the National Park Services general statement on the NPS website here:

https://www.nps.gov/aboutus/news/public-health-update.htm

Some National Parks may have changes to park and facility operations. It is best to check with individual parks to find their policy updates, as these can change at any time:

https://www.nps.gov/findapark/index.htm

Go to the Active Alerts page to find the latest closures or change in operations in each state and park: https://www.nps.gov/planyourvisit/alerts.htm?s=

Just enter the State, Alert Type, and Select Park for the latest information.

Also, check specific national park websites and their social media channels (Facebook, Twitter are usually the best) for the most up to date information.

Daily updates on campground closures are also being added daily to these RV and camping pages:

Campendium – USA campground closures: https://www.campendium.com/camping/covid-19-state-by-state-campground-closures-responses

Campendium – Canada campground closures: https://www.campendium.com/camping/province-by-province-campground-closures-responses-in-canada-due-to-covid-19

Rootless Living – Coronavirus Park Closures: https://www.rootlessliving.com/coronavirus-park-closures

Here are a couple of great resources that are updating the list of campground closures on a regular basis. Check them for the latest. 

Campendium:

Find USA campground closures, state by state here:

https://www.campendium.com/camping/covid-19-state-by-state-campground-closures-responses

Find Canada campground closures, state by state here:

https://www.campendium.com/camping/province-by-province-campground-closures-responses-in-canada-due-to-covid-19

Rootless Living Magazine:

https://www.rootlessliving.com/coronavirus-park-closures

Also check the website for the state or city you are looking for, as they should have a COVID-19 status update on their website.

Camping reservations for many state (and other) parks can be reserved through the Recreation.gov website: http://www.Recreation.gov 

If a park is closing, and you have a reservation during that time, the park will contact you by email to cancel your reservation and issue a refund.

If you do not hear from them by email, your reservation remains intact, unless they contact you otherwise.

Here is the official notice from Recreation.gov:

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Recreation.gov is committed to the health and safety of all recreational visitors and our staff. We are closely monitoring the situation and working with our participating agencies to respond to current conditions. We are also adapting to this situation as it quickly evolves. At this time, there are no changes to our refund policy or procedures. If you have a reservation at a location that has been closed by local management, you’ll receive an email with more information. There is no need for you to call the contact center. You can find FAQs, our reservation policy, and other updates below.

More FAQ about this and their cancellation policy can be found here: https://recreationonestopprod.service-now.com

Here is the website for National Forests: 

https://www.fs.usda.gov

On the right side of the screen, enter the state and forest/grassland you are looking for, to check the latest alerts.

You can also find some National Forest updates here: https://www.campendium.com/camping/covid-19-state-by-state-campground-closures-responses

BLM is temporarily suspending the collection of all entrance fees until further notice. Other fees (eg. camping, rentals) remain in effect.

Much BLM land still remains open to the public. In-person public access at some visitor centers and public rooms may be restricted.

Here is the official Bureau of Land Management (BLM) website: https://www.blm.gov

Here is the page about BLM camping, specifically:

https://www.blm.gov/programs/recreation/camping

To find out the latest in your area/state, trying googling BLM and your state (or specific area) for updates.

Or check this list from Campendium and select the state of interest to you, for the latest information.

Note: the BLM and dispersed camping areas in Quartzsite, Arizona remain open. However a sign was posted on March 30, 2020 advising many areas are at max capacity. (Our personal experience is there is still plenty of space, but we expect the town’s local resources may not be equipped to handle crowds now that it is off season, so they are discouraging more campers from arriving).

The Coronavirus FAQ page on the BLM website goes here: https://www.usda.gov/coronavirus

No. US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is closing all USACE-managed COE campgrounds to protect against the further spread of coronavirus.

See announcement on COE parks here: https://www.usace.army.mil/Media/News-Releases/News-Release-Article-View/Article/2120221/army-corps-of-engineers-modifying-operations-at-recreation-areas-due-to-coronav

If you have a reservation:

Individuals with paid camping reservations will be contacted by email and full refunds will automatically be processed by Recreation.gov with no cancellation fees. Individuals should not contact Recreation.gov to request a refund as that will lead to a cancellation fee being charged.

To get the latest news on each park, visit their website: https://www.usace.army.mil/Coronavirus

Go to the website > then select LOCATIONS from the top nav menu > then Divisions > then the location you are looking for.

Also visit their Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/USACEHQ

The complete list of COE recreation areas can be found here:

https://corpslakes.erdc.dren.mil/visitors/visitors.cfm

Daily updates are also being added to these RV and camping pages dedicated to helping RVers during the coronavirus situation:

Campendium: https://www.campendium.com/camping/covid-19-state-by-state-campground-closures-responses

Rootless Living: https://www.rootlessliving.com/coronavirus-park-closures

Please see updates and links on the following:

Florida Water Management Districts

Camping on all Florida Water Management Districts is now closed until further notice.

Here are links to all of Florida’s Water Management Districts can be found here (there are 5):

https://floridadep.gov/water-policy/water-policy/content/water-management-districts

Florida Wildlife Management Areas

All campgrounds that require a permit are closed but dispersed wilderness camping where no permit is required is still allowed in groups of less than 10. Learn more here:

https://myfwc.com/recreation/camping

Daily updates are also being added to these RV and camping pages:

Campendium – USA campground closures: https://www.campendium.com/camping/covid-19-state-by-state-campground-closures-responses

Rootless Living – Coronavirus Park Closures: https://www.rootlessliving.com/coronavirus-park-closures

Private Camping & Overnight

There are over 20,000 RV parks and campgrounds across North America. And while some are closing, many remain open.

Your best bet (if possible) is to try and extend your stay where you are already. If that is not possible, find a privately owned campground that is staying open. It is a good idea to look for campgrounds that accommodate RVers year-round (annual residents) as they would be considered life-essential, thus less susceptible to being closed down.

During this time, campground policies are changing quickly. It is wise to call ahead before traveling to your destination. And consider booking a stay until end of April at least, and even the end of May.

Find RV parks and campgrounds at:

http://www.campendium.com – this now has a “Filter” feature  to enable you to find open campgrounds by using the search box to locate a desired area. Then select the filter to “exclude temporarily closed locations.”

http://wherecanicampnow.com – find RV parks that are taking full time RVers NOW amidst the COVID-19 situation. Powered by CampgroundViews.com, they are actively vetting and adding parks.

http://www.campgroundreviews.com

http://www.campgroundviews.com

You can also join this Facebook Group for Displaced Nomads and RVers, to request help or find RV parks or private property where you can hunker down for a while (potentially until the end of May).

https://www.facebook.com/groups/DisplacedNomadsandRVers

While many public campgrounds are closing – some private ones too – there are also many that are staying open.

Find campgrounds at:

http://www.campendium.com – they have a filter feature to ‘exclude temporarily closed locations’

http://wherecanicampnow.com – find RV parks that are taking full time RVers NOW amidst the COVID-19 situation. Powered by CampgroundViews.com, they are actively vetting and adding parks.

http://www.campgroundreviews.com

http://www.campgroundviews.com

Daily updates are also being added to these RV and camping pages dedicated to helping RVers during the coronavirus situation:

Campendium – USA campground closures: https://www.campendium.com/camping/covid-19-state-by-state-campground-closures-responses

Campendium – Canada campground closures: https://www.campendium.com/camping/province-by-province-campground-closures-responses-in-canada-due-to-covid-19

Rootless Living – Extended Stay Parks: https://www.rootlessliving.com/extended-stay-parks-covid-19

Rootless Living – Coronavirus Park Closures: https://www.rootlessliving.com/coronavirus-park-closures

RVillage – List of Open RV Parks: https://blog.rvillage.com/rvillage-list-of-open-rv-parks

The most recent development from Thousand Trails was shared on April 2, 2020 and can be found here:

Thousand Trails COVID-19 Update re sheltering in place and extending stays for members.

In a nutshell, as advised in the company Facebook announcement:

“Members already at a TT campground may stay in place beyond the limits allowed by their membership contracts , without additional/new fees or chargers, through April 30, 2020.”

“Members with the Trails Collection currently staying at a Trails Collection property may extend their stays by converting to a retail reservation and utilizing the 20% discount off the daily rate and 10% off the monthly rate.”

“If you wish to extend your stay, please call the on-site campground management staff as soon as possible to make your request so they can update your reservation. For prompt service, we recommend calling the on-site teams rather than calling Member Services at this time due to the already high call volume experienced by our Member Services team.”

Note that TT and Trails Collection (Encore) campgrounds have canceled activities and closed many amenities for public health reasons.

In Florida, the local county asked tourists to leave, affecting visitors at Sunshine Key RV Resort and Fiesta Key RV Resort. “The only exception is for long-term renters in vacation homes and R/V parks with contracts of 28 days or more, who are presently in the Keys,” they wrote. “They are to be allowed to remain until the conclusion of their contracts.”

You can read the notice here: https://www.monroecounty-fl.gov/1169/COVID-19-Coronavirus

Meanwhile, a mandate from the Governor of Pennsylvania caused TT PA parks to close, but they have since re-opened.

Here is the announcement: https://www.governor.pa.gov/newsroom/all-non-life-sustaining-businesses-in-pennsylvania-to-close-physical-locations-as-of-8-pm-today-to-slow-spread-of-covid-19

If you hear of any TT park closures – and can provide an official link from the source to verify – please share it with us by leaving a comment with the link on this article.

Here is the official Thousand Trails COVID-19 Status Update from their website:

https://rvonthego.com/coronavirus-status

Most KOA’s are open and operating. However, some have closed due to local government shutdowns. At the time of writing, there are six (6) KOA properties closed temporarily.

Visit this link for more KOA Kampground Updates and details of the closed parks and dates:

https://koa.com/blog/update-on-covid-19

If you need to cancel a reservation, KOA has advised they are not charging the usual $10 cancellation fee at this time.

As each Host in the Harvest Hosts program is run by an independent operator, please call ahead to find out availability and policy.

Read this article from Harvest Hosts:

https://harvesthosts.com/rv-camping/coronavirus-dont-panic-be-prudent

You can join Harvests Hosts here.

It is the sole discretion of Boondockers Welcome hosts whether or not they are willing to accept RVers to stay at this (or any) time.

We recommend reading this article for more detail and advice on how to handle a stay:

https://www.boondockerswelcome.com/blog/2020/03/12/rvers-and-coronavirus

Policies will depend on each casino, so call or visit their website for updates. If the casino is still open for business, you may be allowed to park in the parking lot (space permitting), but if the casino is closed, most likely you will not.

Find Casinos that may accept RVers here: https://www.casinocamper.com

Some are still open to RVers for an overnight stay, however reports are that many locations are crowded with RVers are the moment. Especially at Walmart, where truckers often park overnight to rest. If possible, try to park your RV elsewhere (eg. a private campground) to allow room for the truckers who don’t have that option. They are transporting our medical, food and toilet paper supplies!

Here is Walmart’s response to COVID-19 and latest news updates: https://corporate.walmart.com/coronavirus

Find Walmart locations using the Allstays app.

Cracker Barrel’s COVID-19 statement: https://crackerbarrel.com/response

Find a Cracker Barrel location here: https://crackerbarrel.com/locations

Cabela’s does not appear to have a COVID-19 statement on their website at this time.

Can you stay overnight?

It depends on the store and location. So call ahead to the location you want to visit to get permission from the manager. And Remember to patronize their business!

Join this Facebook Group for Displaced Nomads and RVers. Private land owners and RV Parks alike are sharing information and updates on availability.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/DisplacedNomadsandRVers

You might also find a camping solution at one of these properties offered by Hipcamp:

https://www.hipcamp.com

If you are unable to extend your stay where you currently are, have been asked to leave, or had a reservation cancelled, try these options.

  1. Reach out to family and friends who may have land or a parking space where you can stay for a while in your RV and self isolate.
  2. Find RV parks that are taking full-time RVers now amidst the COVID-19 situation at: http://wherecanicampnow.com  Powered by CampgroundViews.com, they are actively vetting and adding parks.
  3. Visit this page on RVillage for a list of RV parks that are OPEN to RVers at this time: https://blog.rvillage.com/rvillage-list-of-open-rv-parks
  4. Check for privately owned RV parks and campgrounds that ARE open, using sites like campendium.com (they have a filter feature) campgroundreviews.com and campgroundviews.com and the RVillage Open Parks page
  5. Join this Facebook Group for Displaced Nomads and RVers, to request help or find RV parks or private property where you can hunker down and be safe.
  6. Consider finding an Airbnb or Extended Stay hotel where you can hunker down for a month or two. Competitive rates are likely to be found as very few people are traveling right now.

Some RV parks and campgrounds are closed, but many remain open. Travel is being discouraged, stay at home orders are in place around the country, and park owners understandably want to protect themselves and their campers from being exposed to COVID-19.

With that in mind, this isn’t camping as usual. This is about finding a safe place to hunker down and stay still, for as long as is necessary.

Here is what you may expect (as a guide) from places that ARE still accepting RVers:

  • Some parks are allowing an overnight stay if you are just passing through on your way home.
  • Some parks require a minimum 30 day stay, to reduce transient visitors.
  • As this situation is changing often, you should ALWAYS call ahead to confirm that a campground is open, and has a spot for you before arriving.
  • To reduce exposure risk, many parks have changed their methods for checking in, to minimize in person contact.
  • Some parks may have limited or reduced services and amenities. (eg. closed pools, clubhouse, activities etc)
  • Some parks may require a 14 day quarantine upon arrival.
  • Please understand that these measures are often a requirement by local or state governments. And it is in the best interests of YOU and everyone else, to comply with them.

Besides normal storage options, we recently discovered a website called https://www.neighbor.com/ that is similar to AirBNB in that individuals rent out their storage space. It might be less expensive than normal options.

RV Travel & Route Information

Some are and some are not.

Please see the separate sections above for more information government operated facilities (eg. national parks, state parks, national forest, BLM, COE parks etc)

And please also refer to the section above on privately owned campgrounds, to see links and updates.

You can also find campgrounds en route using the RVLIFE app and RV Trip Wizard.

Yes, these are considered life supporting services. And truckers need to fuel up when transporting goods across the country.  

Get the latest COVID-19 updates from these major fuel stations:

Love’s: https://www.loves.com/covid19

Pilot/Flying J: https://pilotflyingj.com/covid-response

Discount fuel card (for diesel) – learn more.

You can plan your route and find gas stations (and campgrounds) along your route using RV Trip Wizard.

Check local DOT and Turnpike Commissions for your state(s) to the latest updates. While it is true that some rest areas (eg. PA) closed this week, many reopened in response to protests by truckers and shippers. Many rest stops remain open, some with limited facilities.

As this situation is changing regularly, check your local DOT websites for each state, to see the latest. Eg. at the time of publishing, Florida rest areas remain open. If at all possible, try to leave the rest areas for truckers to use, especially where overnight parking is allowed. And look for a private campground instead.

Some counties are starting to enact driving curfews (eg. Orange County, FL between 11pm – 5am) until further notice.

It is possible other counties and states may follow with a curfew.

See announcement from Orange County, FL Mayor’s office here: https://newsroom.ocfl.net

Keep an eye on your local government office for news updates – sign up for email updates and follow on social media.

The US Department of State has travel-specific updates on their website, including a Global Level 4 Health Advisory Warning. This is for ALL types of travel.

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/ea/travel-advisory-alert-global-level-4-health-advisory-issue.html

Also visit the US Department of Homeland Security website for coronavirus news:

https://www.dhs.gov/coronavirus

Canada and Mexico Updates

By mutual agreement between the USA and Canada, the northern border will temporarily be closed to non-essential traffic. Canadian residents can still go home, but will need to self quarantine for 14 days upon return.

Here is the official notice from the Canadian Government, regarding travel and what to expect when you return home and cross the border.

https://travel.gc.ca/travelling/health-safety/travel-health-notices/221

Canadian Snowbirds Association: https://www.snowbirds.org

Canadian Snowbirds in Florida Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/545589952137975

Snowbirds Arizona Facebook Group
http://www.facebook.com/snowbirdsarizona

Here is the official notice from the Canadian Government, regarding travel and what do expect when you return home and cross the border.

https://travel.gc.ca/travelling/health-safety/travel-health-notices/221

canadian snowbirds association

canadian snowbirds in florida fb group

Parks Canada is temporarily suspending all visitor services in all national parks, national historic sites and national marine conservation areas across the country until further notice.

Find out more here:

https://www.canada.ca/en/parks-canada/news/2020/03/parks-canada-temporarily-suspends-all-visitor-services-across-the-country-until-further-notice.html

As with Canada, the USA and Mexico have also implemented new rules at ports of entry to suspend non-essential travel (and will not impede lawful trade and commerce.)

https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/news/2020/03/19/u-s-mexico-officials-look-ban-non-essential-travel-across-border/2874497001

Remote Work & Connectivity

We work full time from our RV, so creating dedicated workspaces is important to us. We have created a few different RV office solutions over the years. Here are some examples:

Converting our RV Bunkhouse into an Office

DIY RV Office: How We Created 2 RV Work Spaces WITHOUT using the Dining Table

You can also see our two RV office spaces in our current motorhome, and how we pack them down on travel days, here in this blog post and video.

Here are some more RV work space ideas from our fellow RVers:

RV Mobile Work Spaces

25 Mobile Office Set-ups to Inspire You

If you are looking for options to work remotely – from your RV or home– you’ll need a reliable internet solution.

Here are some excellent resources to help you get online, for an affordable price.

These articles from our friends at Technomadia, who run the Mobile Internet Resource Center, provide a wealth of information and options.

Considerations for Working Remotely Using Mobile Internet

Optimizing Mobile Internet Solutions While Stationary

If you are looking for a high speed data plan that you can use in your RV while traveling (or even at home), there are several providers to choose from.

The options and plans change constantly, our friends at Technomadia who run the Mobile Internet Resource Center, wrote this great article on this subject, which they update regularly:

Top Cellular Data Plans – Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint

There has never been a time more than now when we need to be able to stream video, watch Netflix and get our entertainment fix! And it’s all possible in your RV BUT all this sucks up a lot of bandwidth.

Here is a great article from our friends at Technomadia and RV Mobile Internet, to help you determine your needs and get started.

Video Streaming Over Cellular and Wi-Fi – TV, Movies and Entertainment on the Go

If you are looking to get TRUE Unlimited Data Plan (yes, a REAL unlimited data plan like the ones you used to be able to get) you can still get them from certain sources.

You can rent a monthly Unlimited Cellular Data line (AT&T or Verizon) for as long as you need it, and set it up throughMobile Must Have. They specialize in providing mobile solutions to RVers and anyone living a mobile life: http://www.rvlove.com/MobileMustHave

We have two unlimited cellular data plans (Verizon and AT&T) and we use both of the SIM cards in a mobile router, to provide better internet stability in our RV.

We got our dual SIM router from Mobile Must Have and they helped us set it up via a Zoom call. This provides us with a more stable and reliable connection, more like a home internet connection than Wi-Fi.

There are several router options available which you can view here at the Mobile Must Have online store. They can help you determine the best router for your needs.

(We have the Transit Duo, which is the same kind they use in emergency vehicles.)

Covid-19 News & Resources

Here are official websites providing updates on the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. (Not RV specific).

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): http://www.cdc.gov

World Health Organization (WHO): https://www.who.int

USA Government: https://www.usa.gov/coronavirus

https://www.coronavirus.gov

Live Coronavirus Updates:

https://www.livescience.com/topics/live/coronavirus-live-updates

You can also find local updates at your county or state government websites.

Also visit FEMA pages, including their rumor control page:

Fema website – coronavirus

Fema on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/FEMA

In keeping up to date with what’s been happening, here are some other videos, blog posts and resources that we think you may find helpful.

What Should RVers Do Now? How and Where to Shelter in Place During the Pandemic

RVLife.com – regular RV related news articles, with their Coronavirus updates rounded up here: https://rvlife.com/?s=coronavirus

RVLifestyle.com – Mike and Jennifer Wendland just did this great livestream YouTube video.  And offered sound advice to hunker down now here in this post. You can also listen to their podcast on where RVers can go right now, with Mark Koep of CampgroundViews.com

RVTravel.com – read RV related news from Chuck Woodbury’s regular updates and get their latest coronavirus related news stories here.

DrivinandVibin.com – Kyle and Olivia post regular updates on campgrounds, boondocking locations and other RV related content, including park closures.

RVLove.com – We continue to update this post and share more content about RVing. Here is our recent blog post 13 unexpected benefits of living in an RV during Coronavirus.

Living the RV Life Facebook Community: Join our Facebook community and connect with other RVers for virtual company and support.

RVLove Facebook Page: follow us for regular content updates and how we’re dealing with the situation, along with some tips and inspiration.

Follow RVLove on InstagramPinterest and Twitter for regular updates.

Subscribe to our RVLove YouTube channel – and watch our YouTube Livestream, where we discussed some ways to deal with this situation as an RVer, and how we can be part of the solution.

And if you need HELP with anything we haven’t covered here, please leave a comment and just ask.

Other Useful Resources

In keeping up to date with what’s been happening, here are some other videos, blog posts and resources that we think you may find helpful.

What Should RVers Do Now? How and Where to Shelter in Place During the Pandemic

RVLife.com – regular RV related news articles, with their Coronavirus updates rounded up here: https://rvlife.com/?s=coronavirus

RVLifestyle.com – Mike and Jennifer Wendland just did this great livestream YouTube video.  And offered sound advice to hunker down now here in this post. You can also listen to their podcast on where RVers can go right now, with Mark Koep of CampgroundViews.com

RVTravel.com – read RV related news from Chuck Woodbury’s regular updates and get their latest coronavirus related news stories here.

DrivinandVibin.com – Kyle and Olivia post regular updates on campgrounds, boondocking locations and other RV related content, including park closures.

RVLove.com – We continue to update this post and share more content about RVing. Here is our recent blog post 13 unexpected benefits of living in an RV during Coronavirus.

Living the RV Life Facebook Community: Join our Facebook community and connect with other RVers for virtual company and support.

RVLove Facebook Page: follow us for regular content updates and how we’re dealing with the situation, along with some tips and inspiration.

Follow RVLove on InstagramPinterest and Twitter for regular updates.

Subscribe to our RVLove YouTube channel – and watch our YouTube Livestream, where we discussed some ways to deal with this situation as an RVer, and how we can be part of the solution.

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8 thoughts on “RV Resource Roundup for COVID-19: FAQ + Links to Official Websites and Ongoing News Updates for RVers”

  1. Thanks so much for putting this resource list together! I had been searching for information about national forests earlier today and couldn’t find any mention of closures on their website. The page linked on your list above appears to be messages for employees.

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    • Thanks Dana, will keep digging to find a better link to replace that with. The RV Resource Roundup will continue to be updated as we get updates and keep enhancing it, so we appreciate your feedback!

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  2. Unfortunately the link about the forest service is not about whether they are open. It’s about what their employees can expect and their rights.

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