Carolina Cabernet

NASCAR owner and former driver Richard Childress opened a winery in Lexington, North Carolina, in 2004.

by Christine Goodier
July 22, 2015

  A fine wine time in the Yadkin Valley   Still think the South’s beverage of choice is sweet tea chugged from a Mason jar? Times have changed. In North Carolina’s Yadkin Valley you can sip a local chardonnay or cabernet made from vinifera grapes like those harvested in Europe and California.... Read more »

Alabama Getaway

Florence Harbor Marina is adjacent to McFarland Park, which has a campground with more than 60 full-hookup RV sites.

By Dave G. Houser
June 23, 2015

  From “Mustang Sally” to “Free Bird,” Muscle Shoals offers RVers a surprising harmony of rich musical history and outdoor adventure   Having been a fan of the Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd back in the 1970s, I had an inkling that the Cotton State was home to some pretty outstanding... Read more »

River Plantation RV Resort

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By Malia Lane
June 23, 2015

  Set within the Smoky Mountains and located on the Little Pigeon River, this Sevierville, Tennessee, campground is close to the area’s many attractions   When I was researching where I wanted to stay on an upcoming trip to eastern Tennessee, I was looking for an RV park with easy access to the... Read more »

The Towering Falls of Niagara

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By Christine Goodier
May 21, 2015

  One of North America’s most famous natural wonders is just dripping with adventure   Remember begging your mom and dad to let you run through the lawn sprinklers on hot summer days? During a sultry spell last July, I was ready to indulge my inner child in the mother of all water parks as my husband,... Read more »

Virginia City and Nevada City — Living Ghost Towns

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By Arline Chandler
May 13, 2015

  Experience the excitement of Montana’s gold rush in these two historic Old West cities frozen in time   Back in the mid-1800s in the American West, towns sprang up at the mere whisper of the word “gold.” In 1862, Bannack (now a ghost town in Montana) was the site of the earliest significant... Read more »

Aspen: A Rocky Mountain Playground

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By Mary Zalmanek
April 22, 2015

  More than just a top ski spot, this Colorado town is a year-round destination for lovers of the great outdoors   Originally settled as a mining town in the 1870s, Aspen, Colorado, is best known today as a ski resort. It’s a playground for the rich and famous who arrive in private jets... Read more »

Spelunking in Southwest Montana

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By Rosanne Wagstaff
April 21, 2015

  An underground adventure at Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park   “Is anyone afraid of the dark? Afraid of heights? Or claustrophobic?” We peered at each other through the darkness, just a sliver of light streaming through the rocky ceiling of the Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park in... Read more »

Lake Havasu City: Arizona’s Playground

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By Mary Zalmanek
March 30, 2015

  In addition to outdoor activities — mountain biking, boating, fishing, golfing and hiking — this town is home to an English Village and historic London Bridge   A sign on the outskirts of Lake Havasu City invites visitors to “Play Like You Mean It.” My husband, Jim, and I accepted... Read more »

12 Bluegrass Festivals

Nickel Creek performed at last year’s Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival in Oak Hill, New York.

By Bob Carpenter
March 30, 2015

  Places to camp and jam, hear great music and make new friends   Bluegrass festivals have grown during the past few decades to the point where there’s actually a circuit, with performers (and some fans) traveling across the country from one to the next. A resurgence in the popularity of... Read more »

North to Alaska: A 5,000-Mile Journey to the Last Frontier

Emerald Lake’s color is caused by fine limestone dust just below the water’s surface.

By Neela Bhagat
March 30, 2015

        The Final Leg — Valdez, Alaska, to Prince George, British Columbia   We’ve reached the last part of our great Alaskan adventure, but we still have 12 more days and roughly 1,800 miles left to explore, including a trip on the White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad... Read more »

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