An upmarket RVat night under the stars
Posted by Dean Bailey | 07 March 2019| motorhoming
It’s Time for a Motorhome: How to Buy an RV and Why Getting One Should Be Your Main New Year’s Resolution

The demand for RVs is skyrocketing. In some places, like the United States, RV sales have jumped by as high as 15 percent in recent years. More and more, people are realising they can see the world without leaving the comforts of home. And an RV has become the perfect new year resolution key for...

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Seniors sat in front of a popup tent
Posted by Heather Sykes | 04 January 2019| Uncategorised
Silver Campers: Stress-Free Camping Tips for Seniors Who Love the Outdoors

Camping is only for young people, right? WRONG! Age is just a number. Many seniors enjoy camping in the great outdoors. In fact, research shows those over the age of 65 are Britain's top holidaymakers. Camping can be challenging. But don't let your camping holiday be an "in-tents" experience! Check out these amazing camping tips...

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Caravan and motorhome decor
Posted by Dean Bailey | 07 November 2018| motorhoming
Home Sweet Motorhome: How to Decorate Your Motorhome

There are currently 555,000 touring caravans travelling across the UK. With the average caravan costing between £15,000 and £27,000, you'll want to make it your home away from home. Need help coming up with ideas for what you can do improve the decor and make your caravan more functional? We've got you covered with some...

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An RV outside in Winter
Posted by Dean Bailey | 31 October 2018| motorhoming
5 Essential Tips for Storing an RV Outside in the Winter

With the summer travel season over, it's time to start planning your winter RV storage. It's pretty straightforward if you use an RV storage unit or your garage is big enough. If not, you must deal with realities of storing an RV outside in the winter. It's more trouble than storing one inside but not...

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A tranquil caravan site nestled between trees and fields
Posted by Dean Bailey | 03 September 2018| motorhoming
5 Quiet and Tranquil Caravan Sites Perfect for Seniors

When you go caravanning, you want scenery, serenity, and no distractions. Older adults especially want the quietness that caravanning in the country offers. This caravan season, spend your holiday in peace. Embrace nature and explore this beautiful country. It's not hard to find senior-friendly caravan sites. Avoid sites known for partying and youngsters. Keep reading...

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RV retirement living
Posted by Dean Bailey | 22 August 2018| motorhoming
3 Reasons Why Seniors Should Consider Full Time Motorhome Living

Many of us have dreamed of retirement holidays spent touring the country in the comfort of our own home on wheels. But what if that could become, not just a holiday, but a lifestyle? Sound intriguing? It might not be what you had planned, but hear us out. There are lots of good reasons why...

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Motorhome parked next to the sea
Posted by Dean Bailey | 11 July 2018| motorhoming
6 of the Best Mobile Caravan Sites by the Sea for Seniors

Camping in the UK has become so popular recently. Not only does it encourage people to step away from their normal lives, but the scenic views are definitely one for the books! From caravan parks to wild camping, England is filled with camping grounds for every demographic. But did you know that there are caravan...

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A youngish OAP pushing grand child in a pram
Posted by Dean Bailey | 04 June 2018| motorhoming
4 Senior Outdoor Activities You’ll Love to Do over and over Again

There are so many joys to becoming a senior and no, we're not talking about getting the OAP discount! But growing older and seeing your children become adults in their own right is truly one of life's blessings. It only gets better when they start having children of their own. But the downside to getting...

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Motorhome parked on the beach
Posted by Dean Bailey | 30 April 2018| motorhoming
Essential Motorhome Accessories for 2018

Imagine sandy beaches, serene cliffs, pastoral farmlands, and peaceful nature trails. An idyllic drive along the countryside, and a night sleeping under the stars along a coastal campsite. The main reasons people go camping are to reduce stress, spend time with loved ones, and fulfill themselves emotionally. The most comfortable and relaxing way to experience...

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Tents at night at a camping village
Posted by Dean Bailey | 12 April 2018| motorhoming
How to Find the Perfect Camping Village This Summer

Summer is approaching which means that once school is out, it's time to start planning that much-needed vacation. But the question, where to go? Did you know that Europe is a worldwide leader in international tourism? In 2016, travel and tourism contributed over 624 billion euros and over 2 million jobs to people. Instead of...

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