Guidebook provides information on professionally-managed campgrounds
For campers who are hitting the road in an RV for the first time, a long trip can be nerve-racking. There are a number of things that make camping different from living at home, one of which is maintaining a vehicle to make sure you're safe and comfortable.
However, it can be difficult to learn the ropes when it comes to camping in an RV if you've never had the opportunity to do so with a friend or loved one before. Now, one guidebook is helping more people get outdoors to enjoy everything Mother Nature has to offer: the Camping with the Corps of Engineers, eighth edition. This book goes into detail about campgrounds across the country managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
"[It's a] wonderful book," wrote one Camping World customer. "I didn't know there were so many around."
The Camping with the Corps of Engineers book not only lists helpful camping tips, but information on campgrounds operated by the group. Some of these sites offer discounts to senior citizens who are looking for a place to stay in their RVs.