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Bring your TV outdoors with our KING antennas. – Outside Online

KING portable satellite TV antennas can transport you anywhere! Whether you’re taking your favorite shows with you on your next camping trip or you’re watching a movie to pass the time during the trip in an RV, our products align with your need to stay in the loop while you get away for the weekend.

Get access to TV outdoors when you bring your home subscription to DIRECTV, DISH, and BELL with you on your next vacation. Get to know just how far your TV can go, when you read our KING Outdoors blog.

How to Plan the Perfect Spring Camping Trip

  How to Plan the Perfect Spring Camping Trip Spring is a wonderful time to go camping, but as the weather can be unpredictable, it is important to be prepared. Despite the extra work to make certain all bases are covered, camping in the spring has many benefits. After being cooped up inside for the […]

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5 Ways to Find the Perfect Micro Camper for Your Adventure

5 Ways to Find the Perfect Micro Camper for Your Adventure Whether you’re looking to get away for the weekend, or you’re going to give full-time frugal living a shot, these micro campers will make you want to leave it all behind and carve out your own adventure. And you’ll still be able to bring a little […]

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How to Make your Motorhome Irresistably Fun

How to Make Your Motorhome Irresistably Fun   Let the wind guide your Winnie toward the midwest this July and set up camp at WIT Club’s GNR in Forest City. RV’ers from the four corners of the U.S. are traveling to Iowa to spend a week at the largest RV rally in the country. If you have an issue with […]

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13 Weird Roadside Attractions You Need to See on Your Next Trip

13 Weird Roadside Attractions You Need to See on Your Next Trip So, you’re planning a road trip and you don’t want to see the Grand Canyon or Niagra Falls, or any of the run-of-mill awe-inspiring natural wonders of the world. You’re looking for something different, something strange perhaps, a tourist attraction that the kids […]

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Over 10,000 campers are estimated to attended this year's Tree Town Festival in Forest City.

Celebrate Memorial Day at Tree Town Festival

Country music, camping, and technology all come together in perfect harmony during Iowa’s annual country music concert. Over 10,000 campers are estimated to attended this year’s Tree Town Festival in Forest City. Vince Neil, of Motley Crüe kicks off the concert, starting Thursday night. Miranda Lambert and Sam Hunt take the stage Friday, Jake Owen […]

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What Type of Tree is That? 10 Topiaries Found in the Wild

What Type of Tree is That? 10 Topiaries Found in the Wild Arbor Day (April 29) is only 10 days away! Now that it’s nice out, why don’t you take the kids on an educational outing through your local nature trail to celebrate? You might not be aware of this simple fact, but there are […]

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On the Road: These 10 Veggies Save Time and Space

On the Road: These 10 Veggies Save Time and Space Don’t have a place to park your garden? Bring it inside the camper! Don’t throw your veggies away, try regrowing them so you can enjoy them again and again. Here are some replantable vegetables and different options for containers that fit perfectly–and save space–inside your RV […]

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22 Exciting Parks to Visit in the New Year

22 Exciting Parks to Visit in the New Year When you think about all of the places your family could go this year, how many of them are national parks? Make your next sightseeing plans soon, so you can squeeze in these exciting landmarks. Some of these are tourist attractions, but others are a bit more obscure. […]

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The Inside Scoop on Icefishing in Red Lake

The Inside Scoop on Icefishing in Red Lake     At KING, we live the lifestyle of our customers. Our team is comprised of RVers, weekend campers, and devout fishermen. Randy Nelson, KING’s director of purchasing, is our icefisherman-in-residence. He has his very own icehouse that he takes out once the lake freezes. “My fish […]

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How to Keep Warm When You’re Winter Camping

<< Back to Blog How to Keep Warm When You’re Winter Camping Not quite ready to put away your camping gear for the season? Don’t let the cold weather deter you, get out there and enjoy winter from the frontlines. When you wake up in the mountains, peer out of your tent and see the […]

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21 Trails in Minnesota You Must See If You Love the Outdoors

<< Back to Blog 21 Trails in Minnesota You Must See If You Love the Outdoors Now that the weather’s cooling down, why not take a trip down a nature trail? Before the snow comes to shoo us back into our warm houses, we should take advantage of the fall weather, see the sights of the […]

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23 Cabins to Die For

23 Vacation Cabins to Die For Want to get away for the weekend? Are your nights filled with dreams of distant cabins? For those who are sick of being strapped to the office chair during the day, take a break during lunch. Then, sink into aspirations of owning your own cabin in one of these bucolic locales. […]

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Bloomington Ski and Snowboard Swap Oct. 9-11

Bloomington Ski and Snowboard Swap Oct. 9-11 Who doesn’t like a good, old fashioned swap meet? Get a head start on the 2015-2016 downhill ski and snowboard season this weekend, at the new Hyland downhill chalet in Bloomington, Minn. From Oct. 9-11, swap out your ski and snowboard gear and support global youth programs at […]

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What is the best camping app for my phone?

What is the best camping app for my phone? There are so many companies with their own apps, you may at times feel lost in a sea of technology. What happens when you find that you’re literally lost? When you’re in need of a camping spot nearby, there must be an app for that, right? Camp Finder […]

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12 Colorful Ways to Explore the Outdoors This Fall

12 Colorful Ways to Explore the Outdoors This Fall What causes leaves to change their color during the Fall? According to the Department of Natural Resources, chemical compounds alter the color pigment of leaves as they get colder. Chlorophyll, carotenoids, anthocyanins, and tannins are responsible for producing the reds and yellows we associate with the season. There […]

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