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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.

12 Winter Roadside Attractions to See This Season

Roadside Attractions have been a favorite digression on many summer road trips for decades. If you happen to be road tripping in the winter, why not see some of the more festive attractions? Some of these can only be seen around the holidays, so plan ahead so you don’t miss out. Many roadside attractions are… Read more »

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8 Thanksgiving Dishes You Can Cook Over a Campfire

For many, Thanksgiving dinner is the biggest and most elaborate meal you’ll prepare at home all year. You can get the same grandeur on the road and even over a campfire with a little creativity and time. Here are some Thanksgiving recipes you can make from the comfort of your campsite. Campfire Roasted Thanksgiving Turkey … Read more »

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7 Festive Fall Campfire Recipes

Fall has some of the most distinctive food of all the seasons. Why not enjoy some of your favorite fall dishes over the fire? We’ve scoured the internet to bring you the best campfire recipes to try on your next camping trip this fall. Spiced Pumpkin Chai Is it even fall without an abundance of… Read more »

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13 Unique Alternatives to Tent or RV Camping

Most people have camped in a tent, trailer, or RV before. Have you ever considered camping in something a little unconventional? We’ve put together a list of unique approaches to camping complete with specific campgrounds that offer these accommodations. Tree House Camping  Tree houses were built and inhabited by humans beginning up to 40,000 years… Read more »

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How to Make the Most of Your Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day weekend is the last long weekend of the summer for many, not to mention what most consider to be the last unofficial weekend of summer. Don’t have plans for the weekend? This list of activities will help you make the most of summer while it’s still here. Visit a State Park  Many state… Read more »

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The Outdoor Lover’s Guide to the 2017 Minnesota State Fair

The Minnesota State Fair is the second largest state fair in the US and one of the most exciting annual events in Minnesota. For you attendees who also love all things outdoors, we’ve put together this handy list of outdoor recreation-themed activities you won’t want to miss at this year’s fair: Adventure Park You can… Read more »

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How to Plan the Perfect Fall Camping Trip

Fall is right around the corner and camping is one of the best ways to enjoy the season. Planning your perfect fall camping trip doesn’t have to be difficult. When you get down to it, camping in the fall isn’t all that different from camping in the summer. But here are some seasonal factors you… Read more »

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6 RV Apps to Make Your Trip Run Smoothly

Vacationing in an RV is an awesome way to explore areas far and wide. Here’s a list we put together that will make your next RV trip even better: 1. AllStays: Camp & RV – Tent Camping to RV Parks We would be remiss to not include the most popular camping app of all time on… Read more »

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Why Do We Camp?: A Short History of American Camping, Part 2

Last week we discussed the history of camping in America from the Civil War era to the end of WWII. To wrap this series, let’s look at camping from immediately following the war, all the way to the new millennium. The postwar era proved to be a period of massive growth for the camping industry.… Read more »

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Why Do We Camp?: A Short History of American Camping, Part 1

Camping is one of America’s favorite past times with nearly 40 million now camping every year at hundreds of thousands of private and federal campgrounds. Today, we’ll look at this fascinating history and examine how camping has changed over the last few centuries. For the most part, camping in the US has evolved from a… Read more »

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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… Read more »

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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… Read more »

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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 your… Read more »

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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… Read more »

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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… Read more »

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