Originally Posted by beamisl
This is a great place to ask questions and get answers.
Also try RVParky.com for good camping info. State Parks can also be a good place to visit and stay fairly close to home. This is a great way for the family (including the furry ones) to be together.
Good luck and have fun.
And look at: RV Park Reviews - Trusted Reviews of Campgrounds & RV Parks
for some help and info in regards to camp grounds.
Come down and see us here in the Hoosier State - we have some really great state park camp grounds.
We too bought our couch in order to travel with our fur kid........Haddie the Airedale.....
Originally Posted by Dr-G
Been reading numerous threads about using non-RV TP. Jury is still out on that but seems like if you use plenty of water and check to see how it breaks apart you may be OK. Just flush, flush, flush and backwash the tank if possible when dumping.
Hmmmmm - I'd probably stick with TP made for RV tanks - and definitely - take the time to backwash at the end of every camping trip! Plenty of water is a good option until you get s camp site with electricity only - then water conservation is the order of the day. But there is always the camp ground comfort stations and showers in that scenario.
Good luck and welcome to the family.
Angie & Glenn, and the boss: Haddington the Airedale
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