Andover/Pymatuning Lake, Ohio, KOA: Those who love fishing for walleye can try out this new KOA near the shores of Pymatuning Lake. The campground is very near the shores of the 17-mile-long waterway. Guests can rent one of the campground’s fishing or pontoon boats, or they can stay at the KOA and enjoy the large heated pool, game room, clubhouse or other events hosted by the park’s own full-time activities director. It’s located in historic Ashtabula County, which includes 10 covered bridges.
Before you start packing, un-pack. Use the opportunity to clean the interior including closets, cupboards, and pantry and take everything out of the RV that won’t be needed on the trip. Don’t forget the outside storages compartments.
Pack backward. What you load first in the RV should be what you will use last or least. So you can get to them easily, things you’ll need while en route, like snacks, games, maps and other trip aids should get packed last.
Snacks for the road. Munching is a typical activity on an RV road trips, but try to keep it healthy! Before you leave on a camping trip, set out bowls of raisins, granola and various nuts and let each person fill a bag.
Watch your weight. Be aware of your GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating), your GVCR (Gross Vehicle Combination Rating), NCC (Net Carrying Capacity) etc. Realize that what your unit can carry is [...]