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.
Find Out Where the Togo RV Team Is Taking Their RVs This Summer
Like many of you, our team is ready to leave the weary winter and pandemic woes behind to hit the road for summer travels. Where will our journeys take us? From family beach vacations to state and national park escapades, the Togo RV team will be hitting up popular destinations from coast to coast. Check out this post to read more and see interactive maps for these journeys. Be sure to follow along on social media and share your own trips using the hashtag #TogoRV.READ THE STORY
What to Do With a Smelly RV Sink
When your RV interior smells like sewage, your first culprit is probably your black tanks. However, not all smells emanate from there, especially not ones that appear to be coming from your kitchen sink. Check out this edition of Togo RV’s RV Mishaps series to follow along as one RVing couple tries to solve this stinky dilemma after a gray tank treatment didn’t clear the air. Find tips for preventing or repairing this putrid problem so you know what to do if it happens to youREAD THE STORY
Is a Classic Camper the Right Rig for You?
If you aren’t careful, that $900 vintage camper deal can cost you thousands of dollars and tons of time in the long run. How can you tell if a rig is road-ready? First, do a thorough inspection, and keep in mind that you won’t be able to spot many hidden problems. Dry rot and water damage may be lurking below beautiful renovations. Despite these issues, a vintage camper can be a good investment, as some rise in value. Plus, the “coolness quotient” is a bonus you get from a rig that turns heads at the campground.
Source: USA Today Thinking of Buying a Vintage Camper? Keep an Eye Out for These Red Flags
Plan Like a Park Ranger for Your Summer Travels
As parks brace for a summer surge in visitors, the National Park Service is encouraging you to plan like a park ranger to ensure a smooth and safe journey. First, be aware that some parks are requiring reservations this year. Consider looking beyond the most popular parks to avoid overcrowding. Next, make a plan and a backup plan before your visit. The new NPS app and onsite rangers can help. Once you arrive, be sure to follow safety guidelines and rules for pets, respect the wildlife, and help care for the natural landscape by leaving no trace. Finally, be patient with fellow visitors and park staff.
Source: National Park Service National Park Service Encourages Visitors to Plan Like a Park Ranger
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Put These State Parks on Your Bucket List
National parks may get all the love, but each U.S. state offers a bounty of state parks that are sure to wow. Travel + Leisure has rounded up the best state parks in each of the 50 states. From badlands and canyons to redwood trees and waterfalls, these parks promise eye-popping scenery. Check out the U.S.’s second-largest canyon at Texas’s Palo Duro Canyon, see the curious hoodoos of Utah’s Goblin Valley, chase a moonbow at Kentucky’s Cumberland Falls, hike among saguaro cacti at Arizona’s Lost Dutchman State Park, and watch wild ponies at Maryland’s Assateague Island State Park.
Source: Travel + Leisure The Best State Park in Every U.S. State
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