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We love the flexibility that a small RV offers for vacations, weekend trips and day trips too. It’s a different attitude than the big rigs. Our small RV is parked in the driveway and ready to go at a moments notice to head over to the beach or local park. Some people use theirs as a second car and run errands to the store so they can use the refrigerator and freezer while running the next errand. I don’t see many of the Class A’s doing this.

Whether your interests are travel trailers, Class B vans, or Class C motorhomes we’ll cover it here at Small RV Life. Of course the vehicle is only part of the experience, right? We explore RV parks and campgrounds across many states and present pictures and videos so you can check it out too.

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Speaking of spammers…our new policy is that all posts (articles) are now automatically closed to comments after 21 days. In reality there is probably no reason to keep them open after that as information may be stale, so there should not be any issue for a real live visitor. The only ones impacted should be the robot spam comments and me, who will no longer have to report the spam. Feel free to send us a comment any time though using our Contact form as that is not connected to any articles.