Tag Archives: Media Camping Center
Recently Chris Hoy, one of the salesmen here at Media Camping Center had an opportunity to try out the Thousand Trails Zone Camping Pass that all new RV owners receive when they purchase their camper from us. Chris recounts the … Continue reading
Memorial Day Weekend kicked off the 2013 camping season with gusto, according to reports from our campground owners and managers. Without exception, all reported that they were full to capacity or nearly so. This bodes well for campgrounds that were … Continue reading
After Hurricane Sandy hit we contacted all of the Campgrounds in our Free RV Camping Program that were in the path of the monster storm to find out if any sustained damage. We wanted to let our customers know whether … Continue reading
Most RV owners have asked themselvesÂ this question…should they winterize the RVÂ or take it to their dealer or RV service center and have it winterized? Whether you own a motor home, travel trailer, 5th wheel, pop up, hybrid camper … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: This year the World Championship Punkin’ Chunkin’ will be held November 2-4, 2012. RV Camping fees are the same as last year and you can register and buy tickets on line. For complete information be sure to check … Continue reading
Don’t put your RV into winter storage mode just yet. Whether you own a motorhome, travel trailer, 5th wheel, park model or popup camper, Fall is a great time to camp in your RV. With its’ warm sunny days, brightly … Continue reading
As any RVer knows, vacationing in an RV is the least expensive way to travel compared to flying or driving by car, staying in hotels, and eating in restaurants. If you are new to RVing, or just getting interested, maybe … Continue reading
As I started the process of planning my Summer RV vacation last Spring, I tried to think of what I wanted to get out of it: lots of fun and interesting activities, or a â€œlaid backâ€ trip with time for … Continue reading
Next time you’re planning your RV Vacation, consider making the trip to Apple Island RV Resort in Vermont. It’s definitely worth the trip. The 188 acre Apple Island Campground on Lake Champlain is home to Apple Island Marina and the … Continue reading
When I started working here at Media Camping Center in Hatfield over 15 years ago, I was encouraged to go on RV camping trips with my family. The experience I was told, would help me better understand the needs of … Continue reading
Nobody Doesnâ€™t Like Sâ€™mores. Whether itâ€™s around a campfire, BBQ grill, fireplace or backyard fire pit, thereâ€™s nothing quite like the taste of Sâ€™mores.
Someone recently asked how they could remove mildew stains from the tent material on their pop-up. Here’s a non-toxic, homemade mildew remover that I have had success with.
Attention yard sale junkies! If your RV travel plans take you through Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia or Alabama in early August, you may want to check out the World’s Longest Yard sale, otherwise known as the 127 Corridor Sale. Headquartered … Continue reading
Three important â€œmustsâ€ for a successful summer RV camping trip are: making sure that you get there and back without a breakdown, your RV is cool and comfortable, and your refrigerator keeps your food and drinks nice and cold. Some … Continue reading
About a three hour ride from center city Philadelphia, Williamsport, Pennsylvania, (Billtown to the locals), is home of Little League Baseball, Millionaire’s Row, the Hiawatha Paddle Wheel Riverboat, Uptown Summer Music Fest, vineyard tours and micro-breweries to name just a … Continue reading
Itâ€™s finally summer and camping season is in full swing so hereâ€™s some tips to help you avoid hassles with your RV waste or holding tanks.
Youâ€™ve made an appointment for your RV to be serviced, brought it in, and now you have some time to kill. You probably donâ€™t relish the idea of having to sit and wait all day, or even just a few … Continue reading
Here’s some information about the National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass. If you like to take advantage of the many recreational and educational opportunities afforded by visiting National Parks or Federal Lands you can save money by purchasing an … Continue reading
If you like getting closer to nature while enjoying the comforts of your RV, you might consider camping in a state park. Many state parks throughout the U.S. have sites suitable for RV camping.
Hereâ€™s a recipe Iâ€™ve been making for about 25 years. My kidâ€™s love it and every time I make it for a party, people ask for it. I sometimes make it 2 different ways both starting with skinless, boneless