When you think of having DISH in your RV, it’s easy to think that you’ll just watch it for the morning news, to record your favorite shows to watch later, and watch before you hit the hay after a great day outdoors. But what if you could bring your favorite shows and movies TO the outdoors? Yep, it’s possible, and you can do it in just 5 easy steps!
‘Tis the season for candy corn, pumpkins, scary movies, and getting together with your favorite people, so in honor of this Spooktacular time of year, we wanted to bring you 31 fun activities to do to get you through until Halloween is finally here!
Whether your spending a weekend away or on a month-long hunting excursion, when you get back to the camp after 12 – 14 hours on the lake or in the woods, sitting back and relaxing is on top of the priority list. Sure, you could sit and attempt to stream videos on your small phone screen, but chances are your cell service isn’t great, and why do that when you can have full access to all your favorite Outdoorsmen channels on your big screen?
This family of 6 decided that life on the road was the right life for them. They wanted a life of adventure with their kids, but they didn't want to give up all of their favorite things like watching TV shows and movies together. They combine family dinners of spider dogs and banana boats with movie nights using their DISH Outdoor TV and the King Tailgater Pro Satellite Antenna. When it's just the parents, you can also check out RV shows and more about living life in the great outdoors on Great American Country!
With a meal over the fire that your family will love and your outdoor tv and DISH in place, the outdoors are now an extension of your living room. And who says TV “dinners” are just for the evenings or just for indoors? We wanted to bring you more than just your average “TV Dinner”. Celebrate #NationalTVDinnerDay with these amazing campfire recipes
Living life in your home away from home can be relaxing and cozy, but when it comes time for the dreaded question “What’s for dinner?” your quaint humble abode could tend to feel a bit too small. Which is where these easy recipes you can make right over the campfire come in!