Author: Marc Bennett

Review: Mesa Spirit RV Resort, Mesa, AZ (Encore/TC)

Mesa Spirit RV Resort is in Mesa Arizona near Phoenix. Winter in the Phoenix area is fantastic. The weather is warm and dry, which makes it easy to understand why this city attracts so many people here from the northern states and Canada. We spent multiple months of our 2018 winter and early spring in

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Review: Suni Sands RV Resort Yuma, AZ (Encore/TC)

We stayed at Suni Sands RV Resort in Yuma, AZ for two days in January to break up two weeks of boondocking in the Arizona and extreme southern California deserts, with the Xscapers group. Although our stay was short and sweet, we managed to scout the place out and snap some photos to share our experience

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Replacing our RV Tires for Improved Safety and Performance

https://youtu.be/OvclFoZ-PE0 With our motorhome being a 2012 model on a 2011 chassis, our RV tires were right around the five (5) year old mark in July 2016. And while they still had plenty of tread left on them, they were starting to ‘age out’. A few months earlier, we were getting ready to pull out

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Review: Valley Vista RV Park, Benson, AZ (Encore/TC)

We were excited to reach sunny and warm Benson Arizona and the Valley Vista RV Park. Especially after narrowly escaping some unseasonably cold weather in San Antonio at our campsite at Medina Lake RV Resort.  For more detail and specifics of Valley Vista RV park, sites, and amenities – including pros and cons – read on.

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Review: Glenyan RV Park and Campground, Ashland OR

We spent 9 nights at Glenyan RV Park and Campground and enjoyed our stay. It’s located just outside of Ashland Oregon. Ashland, Oregon is a cute little town known to host a Shakespeare festival most of the year. For more detail about the specifics of this RV park, sites, and amenities – including pros and

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Review: TT Medina Lake RV Resort & Campground, Lakehills, TX

We recently spent 2 weeks at Medina Lake RV Resort campground in Texas, and enjoyed our stay. It’s located 45 minutes west of San Antonio in the Texas hill country, backing to Medina Lake.  The RV park is your typical campground with fire rings, picnic tables, and trees. But Medina Lake RV Resort has some

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