EDITOR’S NOTE: The October/November issue of RV Today magazine is now available. Here’s the Publisher’s Note from Demian Ross.
It looks like we are finally going to be getting to enjoy some cooler weather. Fall is officially here. It will be nice to enter hoodie season after what felt like a five-month summer of 100+ degree weather everywhere we traveled.
Fall is my favorite time to get out in the RV and travel, and there are a lot of advantages to RVing during the fall. The first reason is probably the hoodie (I promise I am not trying to sell you a hoodie). A close second is how uncrowded everything gets and how being outside is much more enjoyable.
I am a campfire guy, so having nice weather during the day and having a fire at night is a dream scenario for me. Plus, it can be magical if you are lucky enough to in an area where the leaves are changing.
Regarding the magazine, RV Today will also enter a new season in 2024. It’s one we are very excited about. Starting with our January 1st issue, our sister publication, Rootless Living magazine, will merge with us. With this addition, we’ll be including a section on what it’s like living in an RV full time. RV Today will become the magazine for every type of RVer, whether you are looking to buy your first RV, are already a seasoned traveler, or are on the road sometimes, part time or full time.
The content will focus on two things: products and places. We’ll show you where to go and what to do with your RV, as well as products and modifications to help you enjoy it more.
I don’t know about you, but even though I own an RV and am not in the market for a new RV, I still like seeing what new RVs and floorplans are coming out. We will be adding more of that in 2024.
On top of this, we have even more exciting news for you. Also, in the year ahead, be on the lookout for our newest magazine – geared toward the weekend traveler – called WKNDR.
In the pages of WKNDR, we’ll cover adventures of all types for RVers and non-RVers alike. You’ll get road trip ideas, read about Airbnb, cabins and tiny home rentals, find the best hiking trails, parks, and more. We might even cover stories of renting RVs, and boats, going on cruises, and resort stays. Learn about unique spots to stop and visit and where to fund the best food this country offers along your route.
WKNDR debuts in 2024, and you can grab the first digital issue for FREE by visiting RVToday.com/WKNDR now. There will be limited FREE copies, so head over there now to claim yours.
Hope to see you on the road.