4 New Seasonal
RV Spots in the pine trees avalible NOW!
Quite FHU RV Spots on treed private property for Daily, Weekly or Monthly. Welcome: Escapees, Xscapers, RVillagers & Boondockers Welcome.
Play: Disc Golf, Horseshoes, Ladder Ball and Corn Hole.
$35.00 Daily, $210.00 Weekly and $450.00 Monthly.
Loon Lake RV Campground is located at 4128 Porter Dr; Loon Lake, WA 99148 on Private Property it has Dispersed RV Camp sites with picnic tables and fire rings in treed area open from April 15th to October 15th. Priced at $25.00 per night including water on premises and dump by appointment call or Text for reserved sites (509) 844-6910.
4 New Seasonal
RV Spots in the pine trees avalible NOW!
For the 2020 Season
We will OPEN on April 15th and will remain OPEN to help fulltime RV'S and others with a RV Spot for the home.
Carnival Mazatlan 2020
Did you know it shows in Mexico and thy have a year round ski resort?
New Arrival at RV Spot.
Late 1800's Doctors Buggy for guest viewing and photo-Ops.
She's in great condition come take photo.
New Ladder-Ball game
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Thy Roll-In thy Roll-Out thy Roll-In agian.
Got the Tor Groundsmaster 72 runing, what a beast.
2 Spots Available
I put in 5 RV Spots in Oregan with my great Crew.
Escapees/Xscapers at RV Spot some hiding in the woods.
Slowly making improvements.
Epic Nomad TV stopped by check them out here: https://www.epicnomadtv.com/
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8 FHU Spot completed and Disc Golf
4 NEW long-term RV Spots avalible June 30th 2018.
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OPEN! But very very wet and can't get the grader in tell it drys out.
CLOSED for winter see you in spring 2018!
Plans for 2018, 3 sites with water & 30 amp power also a weekly pump out service, 2 more wood picnic tables and a horseshoe pit.
(Hunters book your site for October 2018)
Solar Eclipse 2017
Only 23 Days Away
Viseters from 37 country's
and all 50 states
will merge in to Madres, OR.
Solar Town Campground has Sold Out with 5,500 RV'es it's about 2 miles from Madras and the Solar Feast
This once in a lifetime amazing selestrial event, viewed to totality will produce about 2 minutes of darkness from a US coast to coast total eclipse of the sun, amazing in its self, then the solar feastaval and the experience of up to one million YES I said 1,00,000 pepole in a small town, truly a history-making event for Madras Oregon.
2017 Total Solar Eclipse in Madras, Oregon. Top ranked viewing spot in the United States. Festival, Camping and entertainment. In partnership with NASA.
Hipcamp Scout coming Thursday May 17th Come Camp or just for the day and learn more about HipCamping.
Search and discover the best camping near you or anywhere else in the country. Camp on ranches, farms, vineyards and land preserves.
We are open but it is still very WET.
Looking forward to a great summer, hoping to see some of our nomadic friends this summer here and on the road.
We have a Hipcamp scout coming in on May 17th.
Safe travels No-Hurries-No-Worries.
NOW OPEN for 2017 year
2 spots with picnic tables and fire rings
Only $10.00 per night
Check-in 12:00 noon Check-out 11:00 AM
RV Camp for self-contained RV'S only NO tent camping
Dump by appointment at $10.00
RV Camp is a Self-Service Camp, Complete form and deposit in box with fees
CLOSED FOR WINTER
See You April 15th
Low 70's all week is nice temperature for camping suppose to drop to low 38 deg. Thursday night any one thanking Quartzsite, AZ.
Geting closer to CLOSING October 15th is the last day for Camping at Loon Lake RV Camp untell next spring so come out and injoy the mild temperature.
Finally got some signs up
Thy better get a little extra cash at ATM.
Try to remember what you are pulling behind your car. The last thing you want is to take a gas station down with your RV!
If the world runs out of fuel
I'll still be RVING in my home on wheels
Winter Survival in a RV
By David McMullin
Most RV’s are not designed to be used in the winter. They were built for summertime use. Some Full-Timers live in there RV full time in winter although some RV’s are designed for cold weather all RV’s need things done for Winter Survival and to stay more comfortable in the cold winter months, RV’s are like Tiny-Houses small areas take less heat to keep warm but you have to keep that heat in and the COLD OUT.
(1) SKIRTING: Install a well sealed insulated skirting around your RV using 2 inch Rigid foam and painted plywood with a small electric heater set on the lowest setting placed and secured in a safe place under your RV, There are many options available I will not be talking about the mobile options here, using Plywood over 2 inch rigid foam over plastic sheeting applied to 2X4 framing works good remember to seal all the edges with the plastic sheeting and gorilla tape Black-Gorilla Tape
(2) WINDOWS: Most RV windows are single pane and only a R-Value of 1 Reflective Aluminum Bubble Insulation Reflectix Insulation works GREAT its aluminum foil insulation in a big roll, just cut it to the exact dimensions of each window and door label for easy storage lower the blinds over them to hold in place, use them at night and remove them during the day. another good method to use is Shrink Film Shrink Film available at most hardware stores (It is a clear film you cut to size and apply to window frame using double-sided sticky tape once the film is stuck down good use a hair dryer to shrink it until it is smooth and tight) in summer remove it and throw it away tape residue can be removed with rubbing alcohol.
(3) ROOF VENTS: Most RV roof vents don't seal very good, install RV vent insalation pillows RV Vent Pillow they are designed to fit into the vent opening, or make your own with Reflective Aluminum Bubble Insulation and-or 2 inch rigid or soft foam to seal and insulate keeping warm air in easily removed to open vent for ventilation.
(4) SEALING HOLES AND SPACES: There are lots of places where cold air can enter your rig, compartment doors that open into the inside of the rig need to be weather sealed with weather striping Weather Stripping and put some rigid isolation or reflective bubble wrap on the inside of door this can be done with Velcro, under the rig and inside Compartments there are lots of openings where wiring and piping enter the living area, these openings need to be sealed use self-expanding spray foam Foam-Sealant, or foam can be stuffed into and around openings to help reduce air leaks.
(5) ENTRY DOOR: Entry doors are a big heat loss area check for proper sealing, install foam tape or weather-strip there's many deferent types and sizes of weather striping Weather Stripping, Shrink Film Shrink Film your screen door, this works great for letting warm radiant heat in from the sun and keeping cold air out
(6) Moisture Reducing: Moisture forms from propane use when cooking, washing, breathing and unvented propane heater use, all these raise the humidity inside the RV, as it gets colder this moisture condenses on cooler inside surfaces like windows, window frames and doors, this can lead to mold, mildew and water stains if left on can case rot in time, so it is important to avoid introducing excessive moisture into the air, by using the range hood vent when cooking and the bathroom vent when showering, and keeping it wiped down by using moisture absorbent towels Insulating exposed surfaces that tend to collect moisture i.e. metal surfaces helps, use a dehumidifier and-or those little tubs of desiccant crystals, use electric heaters more than un-vented propane heaters, unvented heaters can be nice to take the morning chill off, but using them as your primary source of heat in really cold weather will produce a lot of moisture. when using electric heaters be careful not to overload your circuits and only use UL listed heaters I recommend using two Oil Filled Electric Radiator Heaters Radiator Heater
(7) WATER HOSE: Water lines will freeze up easily, use heat taped piping like Freeze Ban Hose Heated Drinking water Hose Freeze Ban or 110v heat tape on the full length of your pipe or hose and use pipe insulation on your water line you can make a inexpensive freeze proof water supply line with ½” black Polypropylene pipe attached brass water hose ends with stainless steel hose clamps apply heat tape and foam pipe insulation, in severe cold for added protection insert in buried plastic PVC Pipe, in sub-zero you can let the fosset drip just make sure your dump valve is open on that tank.
(8) SEWER LINE: Yes even sewer lines can freeze especially if there are low spots in you hose or pipe where sewer can settle, support your sewer lines with RV sewer hose support or with a PVC Pipe cut in half and with a slop down ideally ¼” high per foot of slop the best way to protect your sewer line and prevent problems and freezing (you don’t want sewer problems especially in winter, keep things flowing) is to hard plum your sewer with 4” PVC sewer pipe using necessary fittings and with a short length of RV hose at the RV connection.
(9) HOLDING TANKS: Holding tanks need to be heated if yours are exposed under your RV you will need to install holding tank heat pads and seal in with spray foam or insulated and boxed in with metal or wood.
In conclusion seal and insulate everywhere lots of preparation before it gets cold will go a long ways in saving you a lot of frustration having to deal with frozen up water and sewer in the cold winter months and trying to keep warm and comfortable.
Using Rugs or Area Carpets will help stop heat loss and keep the cold out at the floor.
If possible close Slide-Outs on very cold nights.
Making sure your Carbon Monoxide Detector and Smoke Detector is up to date and working use only UL Listed electrical supplies and heaters with fall over protection.
Insulating your hot water tank and pipes inside with pipe isolation will save propane and help with longer, warmer showers.
My Recommended Supplies
2 inch rigid blue foam board Rigid Foam Board (Pink)
2 inch Polyurethane foam Multipurpose Foam
Black Gorilla Tape Black-Gorilla Tape
Shrink Film Shrink Film
Self-Expanding Spray Foam Foam-Sealant
Weather Stripping Weather Stripping
Freeze Ban Hose Heated Drinking water Hose Freeze Ban
Oil Filled Electric Radiator Heaters Radiator Heater
By: David McMullin David & Kristy's RV Adventures
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