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Traditionally the favorite event of the annual Death Valley 49ers Encampment, the Wagon Train, usually made up of a dozen or more wagon teams, undergoes a 100-mile desert trek

Mining in Boron, CA in the Mojave Desert

It’s not often that a town of just 2,250 hardy inhabitants has two museums devoted to the same subject. The town is Boron, Calif.,...
Saddle Rock Pub

Road Foodie: A Taste of Wenatchee Valley, WA

Wenatchee Valley, on the east side of Washington’s Cascade Mountains, is a high-desert agricultural oasis well known for growing some of the finest wine...
Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta celebrated its 40th anniversary last year by setting a world record for the most hot air balloons launched in one...
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RV Directives

  When it comes to maneuvering into tight spaces, hand signals make for happy campers   We pulled in front of our RV site and immediately understood...

CHARLESTON 430FK

This New Quad-Slide Diesel Pusher from Forest River Offers High-End Amenities and Room for Entertaining For many of us, the end goal in a lifetime...
Robert and Becky Nordstrom's Forest River MB Cruiser

The Classic Ride: Boats and B’s

A couple splits their time between a 40-foot catamaran and a 2005 Forest River MB Cruiser This article is part of a continuing series looking...
Snow and RVs

Weathering Winter Wonderlands in Your Motorhome

Snow can fall at nearly any time; here’s what you need to avoid disaster in camp and experience the joys without disaster It was a...
The Freys’ 1976 GMC Palm Beach still sports its original iconic lime-green exterior paint.

The Classic Ride: Retro Reliability

Durable 1973-1978 GMC motorhomes are true blasts from the past and still going strong This article is the next in our series looking at motorhomes...
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It’s Apple Time!

  In September and October – the peak months for apple season in North America – communities all over the nation celebrate the apple, one...

13 Casinos With RV Parks

Traveling in your motorhome affords ample opportunity to see America’s finest landscapes, but those seeking a different adventure can enjoy many casinos with RV...
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DIY Day-Night Shade Repair

Adjusting the cord retainers, and even complete restringing, can keep perfectly good fabric in use for a long time in your motorhome. During the last...
Sonoran Sunset

Snowbirding in Arizona’s Sonoran Desert

  The Sonoran Desert offers an impressive array of colorful flora and fauna, scenic drives and outdoor recreation — all a stone’s throw from the...
Craig Kirby

RVIA Names Craig Kirby New President

The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) announced today that its Board of Directors has unanimously selected Craig Kirby to serve as president of the...
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Can we Really Live Full Time in an RV? – A Real-World Account and...

When we first hit the road a few months shy of five years ago, we didn’t think we were your typical RVers. We were...
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State Parks of the West You Never Knew About (And Will Never Forget)

If you’re planning a road trip around the Western US, I can confidently say that all of these should make an appearance on your...