More Than OK

By Mary Zalmanek
May 23, 2017

  Oklahoma City sets the gold standard for resilience Do you remember the weather events making the national news in May 2015? Oklahoma had experienced destructive tornadoes with record rainfall and flooding. Nevertheless, the lure of exploring the many attractions in this resilient city overcame... Read more »

Fundy Coastal Drive

By Karen Lee Ensley
May 22, 2017

  Visit five sites for free as part of Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation For an exciting once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, pack the motorhome and join the 2017 yearlong celebration of Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation. This nationwide grand occasion will feature free admission... Read more »

New York’s Finger Lakes

A motorboat zips past Trinity Episcopal Church in Seneca Falls, where the first “Woman’s Rights Convention” was held in 1848.

By Emily Fagan
April 25, 2017

  Up close with waterfalls, wineries and the Amish Surprisingly, in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York, bucolic farmland stretches as far as the eye can see and Amish horses and buggies clip-clop along the roads all day long. This area is ideal for a motorhome road trip, with easy, scenic... Read more »

Tiny Texas

By Rhonda Ostertag
March 29, 2017

  Not everything is bigger in the Lone Star State Texas has a reputation for all things big: longhorns, 10-gallon hats, big hair, big oil, big steaks, big expanses and a big howdy. Its embrace of the measure is iconic. But what most impressed me on a stubbornly rainy April trip through southeast... Read more »

Alaska’s Playground

By Dawn Wilson
February 28, 2017

  A summer motorhome trip across the famous Kenai Peninsula uncovers the ultimate in RV sightseeing and adventure   Summer in Alaska is a dream for many RV owners, but finding available RV sites in a land that covers millions of acres can take a lot of preplanning. We knew months in advance... Read more »

Going Rogue

By Bobbie Hasselbring
February 21, 2017

  Wine, chocolate and cheese combine with quaint charm and a famous theater scene during late winter in this southern Oregon river valley When RVers explore southern Oregon’s verdant Rogue River Valley, it’s often in the summer months, when they can fish and whitewater raft the area’s wild... Read more »

Park it!

by Alan Rider
January 22, 2017

  With free admission throughout 2017, Canada’s national parks are the places to be this year Traveling to Canada this year is like attending a birthday party only to discover you’re the one getting the presents. That’s because a big part of Canada’s nationwide sesquicentennial celebration... Read more »

Owens Valley High

By Rhonda Ostertag
January 21, 2017

  Photo opportunities abound in and around the town of Bishop, California   In our years of travel writing, I have made a number of writer pilgrimages. I have gazed at the items on Mark Twain’s mantle that launched evening tales to amuse his children. I’ve placed a stone at the site of... Read more »

Durango Diversion

By Mary Zalmanek
January 5, 2017

  With outdoor recreation, ancient and contemporary art collections, and a famous train, this Colorado destination offers the spirit of the Old West at its modern best Durango, a charming town with more than 17,000 residents in southwestern Colorado, sits in the Animas River Valley surrounded... Read more »

Digging the Dunes

By Malia Lane
December 22, 2016

  Some unlikely campground neighbors make a wonderful lasting impression at Oregon’s Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park If someone had asked me if I’d like to stay at a campground with dune buggies or ATVs as neighbors, I probably would have politely refused. Just goes to prove your first... Read more »

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