The van is packed up and ready to go, but where do you start? Too many options can make planning a long-term road trip challenging. Not having a specific end date or place to go can only add to the stress. Use these techniques to make road trip planning simple.
When we decided to move into a van for the first time, we weren’t really sure what to expect. Bugs, poor internet service, and mechanical issues were some of the biggest problems we faced. On the other hand, many things turned out to be easier than we had planned.
Finding showers on the go doesn't have to be hard if you know where to look. Gym memberships, truck stops, campsites and building your own van shower are all viable options.
Free campsites can be found in every state in the US if you know where to look. The most common spots are BLM land, National and State Forests, Army Corps of Engineers and Wildlife Management Areas.
It is hard to find information on planning on van traveling with a dog. We've pulled together a great list of road trip essentials for any pet. This travel packing list includes everything you need to keep your dog happy and healthy when living in a camper.
Is It Possible to Live on the Road With a Dog? According to Bettridge's Law, NO! Oh wait, I mean yes. Yes, it is possible to have a long term…