In this weekly roundup, Togo RV shares the top stories and features that are impacting and shaping the RV community. We cover everything from news and travel updates to gear and gadgets, and all the good stuff in between.
The Best Coolers for the Campground
Even though your RV likely has a fridge, you may want to take along a cooler for easy access to drinks at the campground and on the road. If you need a good day trip option at a bargain price, check out the Igloo Playmate series. Soft coolers like the RTIC Soft Pack may come at a premium price, but you’ll appreciate its light weight and ability to keep ice cool for hours on end. For the ultimate road trip cooler, take a look at the Pelican 20QT Elite. Read more about these and find recommendations for classic campground coolers, backpack options, and a “party on wheels” on Togo RV.Read the story
How to Keep Your RV Cool in Summer
Finding relief from the summer heat in your RV is a matter of managing expectations, doing proper maintenance, and following expert tips. First, learn about your system to understand its power and the amount of electrical amperage you need to operate it. Next, clean the filters regularly and visually inspect your A/C unit for damage. Park in the shade and use your awning for extra sun relief whenever possible. You may also want to consider purchasing gear to help improve your A/C’s performance, like these items recommended by Togo RV.Read the story
More Than 53,000 New Campsites Will Be Built in the U.S. in 2021
According to the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds, as many as 53,000 campsites will be built this year, as new parks are constructed and existing parks are expanded or redeveloped. This news should be welcomed by RVers who might have encountered trouble booking spots this summer as interest in camping and the outdoors surges. Parks that aren’t adding sites may be focused on adding amenities, like upgraded WiFi, online reservation systems, and contactless payment options. If you’re still having trouble booking a campground, consider less popular destinations or be flexible with your dates.
Source: 12 News Thousands of New Campsites Are Set to Break Ground Nationwide as Sites Become Tougher to Find
Photo: Peter Titmuss / Shutterstock.com
CyberLandr Makes a Splash with This Tesla RV Add-On
The new Tesla Cybertruck hasn’t hit the road yet, but buyers are lining up to purchase the RV addition known as CyberLandr. Produced by Stream It, the CyberLandr will add a high-tech, disappearing camping space to Tesla’s groundbreaking electric truck for approximately $50,000. More than 1,000 units were purchased within 15 days of presales opening, and Stream It expects sales to top 10,000 units in 2022. The CyberLandr interior is expected to include sleeping space for up to two adults and two children, a state-of-the-art kitchen and bathroom, voice-control features, and a StarLink satellite dish.
Source: Insider Stream It Says It Has Received Pre-Orders Totaling $50 Million for Its Tesla Cybertruck RV Add-on, CyberLandr
Photos courtesy of Stream It
Listen to These Podcasts on Your Next Road Trip
Outside Online rounded up five new podcasts to recommend to those who enjoy the great outdoors. In Trail Weight, Andrew Stevens describes his literal and figurative journey to lose 100 pounds while walking the 211-mile John Muir Trail. The world of climbing comes to life in Climbing Gold, hosted by one of the sport’s most recognizable athletes. Bring Birds Back is aimed at birders but can be enjoyed by nature lovers of all types. Those who like pondering mysteries won’t want to miss the true-crime series Lost Hills, about a murder in a state park. And for compelling environmental coverage, check out Fireline.
Source: Outside Online 5 New Podcasts for Your Summer Road Trip
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