Save Money on Camping

A Free Course with Strategies and Resources to Keep You on the Road

People decide to travel by RV for many different reasons.

  • To abandon the 9-to-5 rat race.
  • To downsize and stop "Keeping up with the Joneses."
  • To spend more time in nature.
  • To spend more time with family.
  • To see the world.
  • To chase their American dream.
  • To save money (and pay of debt) by living a cheaper lifestyle.

RVing can be cheap—but it can also cost you as much as the average vacation. Saving all starts with figuring out strategies to cut back on costs and live simply.

In this free course, we share resources and tips to help you save on one of your biggest line items while traveling: lodging.


Learn how to find free camping, save on RV parks, and make the most of your time on the road

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About Us


Heath & Alyssa
Heath & Alyssa

Heath and Alyssa Padgett have been living, working and traveling in an RV since their wedding day in May of 2014.

During their first year of marriage, Heath & Alyssa traveled to all 50 states filming a documentary called Hourly America where Heath worked an hourly job in each state while Alyssa filmed the adventure. Their documentary work has been featured on CNN, CBS, Fox, Forbes and has led to consulting work with brands like Chick-fil-A, UPS, and Winnebago.

Together they run HeathandAlyssa.com, one of the most popular RV lifestyle blogs. Heath hosts The RV Entrepreneur Podcast, where he interviews fellow full-time RVers on what it's like running a business while traveling full-time. Heath is the CEO of Campground Booking, a software company he started from their Winnebago, while Alyssa manages their production company, Padgett Creative. They also host an annual conference for nomadic entrepreneurs called The RV Entrepreneur Summit.


Frequently Asked Questions


How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What are other expenses I should be thinking about?
Lodging is the biggest line item that you have control over. You get this number down to $0 if you take what you learn from these resources. Other big expenses that are harder to control include: gas, maintenance, food, and healthcare.
How much does this cost?
While this course is completely free, I do recommend many paid products in this course. All the products I recommend are designed to save you money (like memberships). We don't recommend anything that we don't use and love. (Many links in this course are affiliate links.)

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