Looking for some fresh new ideas for simple and delicious gluten-free camping meals? Then you’ve come to the right place! Ever since our son started eating a gluten-free diet, it’s been a challenge to rework our eating habits, especially when we hit the road for our RVing adventures. Little by little, though, I’ve been working to build a recipe collection of gluten-free camping meal ideas.
Whenever we get home from a camping trip, we like to unload and then spend a little bit of time cleaning the camper so she’s all ready to go the next time. While I’m usually in charge of the inside, Jarrett tackles the outside. Typically he uses an all-purpose cleaner from Charlie’s. But recently 303 Products sent us a box of samples to try out
When we bought our camper secondhand, it came with a few “extras.” Things like splattered spaghetti sauce on the ceiling. Squished cookie crumbs under bunk mattresses. A sofa that dipped. And a queen mattress with a small canyon in the middle. So we scrubbed off the sauce stains, sucked up the cookie crumbs, swapped out the sofa, and slapped down a mattress pad. And it
Note: As a Kids to Parks Day Ambassador, Northside USA provided shoes for my family to review. However, all opinions expressed are my own. Read on to find out how you could win a pair of Northside shoes for your family! We’re just a few weeks away from taking our first camping trip of the summer season–and to say the whole family is excited would be a bit
In honor of National Park Week this week, we thought it would be fun to highlight some of our favorite tips related to visiting our nation’s amazing parks. On Tuesday we shared about the one thing we think you should do at every national park. Today we’re talking about the one thing every kid must do at the national parks: If you asked our kids what their favorite
In honor of National Park Week this week, we thought it would be fun to highlight some of our favorite tips related to visiting our nation’s amazing parks. So over the next few days we will be curating our favorite content aimed at helping you plan your next great adventure. To start off, we’re talking about the one thing we think you should do at every national park: Note:
As the school year winds down and families gear up for summer, many parents or grandparents are looking for ideas to get their kids or grandkids away from screens and opting outside. In his best-selling book Last Child in the Woods, author Richard Louv coined the term “nature-deficit disorder,” a condition that is becoming more prevalent in homes as children spend less time outside and more time in front
It’s been a couple weeks since we put up a survey to gather your thoughts about what you like to read at TheTouringCamper.com, what you skip, and what you would like to see more of here. Thank you so much for your responses–we’ve enjoyed reading through your comments and learning more about what questions and interests you have related to camping and traveling. Your responses, which are below, will
Before our trip out West in 2015, we outfitted our camper with several modifications and new storage solutions to streamline our three weeks on the road. One of the updates was creating a better system for storing the kids’ clothing. Previously we had simply packed their clothes in bins that we stored on the unused bunk, but things quickly became a disorganized mess in those bins.