One of the things that RV years have a problem with is squeaking in their RV. There is nothing more disconcerting than arriving at your destination and setting up on your campsite when you’re slides screech and groan as they extend. It’s enough to make every loyal RV year cringe. [Read more…]
We love families and love watching you enjoy time together here at Beaver Meadow Family Campground. It feels great to hear the laughing and teasing that takes place over the course of your stay. We provide a lot of activities for you to enjoy and we’ve found some fun things you might like to do on your own. [Read more…]
There are several types of air pumps available and the prices can range quite a bit. You’ll mainly be deciding between a hand pump, an electric pump, or a battery operated pump.
The differences between them can be substantial. [Read more…]
We see plenty of processes for lighting a campfire each year and all of our campers have different levels of experience. You can put your own spin on how you like to do it but for those who are new to building campfires, we would like to offer a guide for making things easier for you. [Read more…]
Having your grandchildren come camping with you in the RV can be a memorable experience. It can also lead to stress when you realize how un-childproof an RV can be. Rest assured, though, there are plenty of measures you can take before they arrive to create a safe and relaxed environment for everyone. [Read more…]
With humidity comes the possibility of mildew and that is something that can damage your camping equipment. We’ve seen a few remedies that may help you stave off the problem of too much moisture and will share some of them in hopes they help you. [Read more…]
Your camping gear works hard for you and over time can really take a beating. You can extend the life of most of your gear with a good maintenance and cleaning system. One of the best ways to do this is to thoroughly clean and dry your gear as soon as you get home and before you pack it all away. Putting it away dirty can lead to mold, mildew, and weakened areas in your tent, backpacks, and sleeping bags. [Read more…]
The best time to clean your cast iron is when it is still hot and you should never use soap or anything abrasive such as steel wool.
The easiest method of cleaning your cast iron is to boil some water at the same time you are making dinner. When you are finished cooking in your cast iron pan, pour some boiling water in. Use a rubber coated spatula to slowly stir and scrape any remaining bits of food of the bottom of the pan. [Read more…]
Sleeping bags are among the most important requirements when you are planning a camping vacation. The obvious advantage of having an efficient sleeping bag is that you can sleep comfortably at night and wake up fresh the next morning and isn’t that what a vacation is all about? Rest and relaxation. An ideal bag for a relaxing sleep should be one which is durable, versatile and comfortable to sleep in. [Read more…]