RV Winterization and Why You Should Consider It

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What the heck is RV Winterization? The concept of RV Winterization is actually pretty simple. Basically, it is preparing your rig for the winter months to avoid damages caused by the dropping temperatures. If you plan to head South for the Winter, this may not apply to you. However, if you plan on storing your RV in the Midwest, there …

Campfire Safety Tips

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1. Use the pit A pit is provided, this is the only place you should build a campfire. 2. Build a safe campfire Once your pit is ready, build a safe campfire. Start the fire with dried leaves or grass that will easily catch fire. Next, add kindling, small twigs and sticks that are less than an inch in diameter. …

Current Board Candidate Photos & Bio’s

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Aaron Zaner Hello Everyone, My name is Aaron Zaner and I am running for re-election for LVL Board of Directors. My wife Lora, daughters Lexi and Jessie and I, have been coming to LVL for the past 14 years. We usually camp starting in April through the first week of November and then we realized about 9 years ago, that …

CAMPFIRE TROUT IN FOIL

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When you catch some trout for supper, here’s a simple way to prepare them deliciously for the campfire. Campfire Trout In Foil Recipe   Prep time 10 mins Cook time 20 mins Total time 30 mins   Author: 50 Campfires Recipe type: Fish Dinner Cuisine: Campfire Serves: 2 Ingredients 1 10-12-inch trout per packet (if smaller than that you can double them up) 3-4 …

Snake Awareness While Camping

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Cottonmouths are often found in and near water. They frequently sun themselves on limbs overhanging the water and may drop into canoes or kayaks when startled. When Midwesterners and New Englanders venture into the woods or onto the water they normally don’t give venomous snakes a second thought. Except for some very localized exceptions (like the summit of New York’s …

NATIONAL JOHNNY APPLESEED DAY3-11-22

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March 11th – On National Johnny Appleseed Day, we remember a man who made apple (and pear) trees bloom across the nation. The day celebrates a kindly legend who lived by sage teachings and labored to bring the shade of fruit trees across much of the United States. John Chapman He was born John Chapman on September 26, 1774, in …

10 Simple Steps To Dewinterizing an RV

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#1: Charge the Battery -What you will need: Battery ChargerYour battery has been cold and unused all winter long. Now is the time to start charging the battery by removing the winter covers from the exterior of your rig. The battery charger should remain in the off position while you connect it to the RV charger. Connect the red cable …