Eureka!

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By Bobbie Hasselbring
April 27, 2016

  Pay dirt isn’t all RVers can discover along British Columbia’s Gold Rush Trail Gold fever binds British Columbia and the American West. When Hudson’s Bay Company shipped 800 ounces of gold to San Francisco, California, in 1858, it set off a stampede of gold-crazy miners that rivaled California’s... Read more »

Uncommon Sense

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By Alan Rider
April 20, 2016

  A visit to Capitol Reef National Park is a treat  for all of your senses   By their very nature, all national parks are places where the senses are invigorated. As you look up at the gigantic redwoods towering above you, or listen to the mournful sound of a loon calling across the water,... Read more »

Beartooth Scenic Highway

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By Arline Chandler
April 20, 2016

  Two separate states plus two different seasons equals one great adventure for RVers in Yellowstone Country The Beartooth Scenic Highway, a National Scenic Byways All-American Road, winds over steep switchbacks and climbs magnificent mountains for approximately 70 miles from Cooke City to Red... Read more »

Winding River Resort

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By Mary Zalmanek
March 28, 2016

  This Good Sam RV Park, located right next to Rocky Mountain National Park, caters to horse lovers Colorado’s Winding River Resort is a popular destination for RVers, with its close proximity to the charming town of Grand Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park and Arapahoe National Forest. The... Read more »

Spring Into Door County, Wisconsin

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By James Richardson
March 22, 2016

  With its picturesque coastal towns, fish boils, cherry orchards and scenic beauty, this county is often called the ‘Cape Cod of the Midwest’ There are few places that awaken as beautifully during springtime as Door County, Wisconsin. The cherry blossoms in the orchards, the wildflowers of... Read more »

Volunteerism in the RV Community

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By Mary Zalmanek
March 22, 2016

  RVers are a fascinating bunch. Most of the people I meet during my travels are either retired or have the flexibility to work while on the road. Not only do they pass their time in creative and adventurous ways, they are generous. Volunteerism is strong in this mobile community. Some people work... Read more »

Life’s A Beach

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By Alan Rider
March 21, 2016

  Cape Hatteras and Cape Lookout national seashores make fine places to be marooned for days on end When we think of the National Park Service (NPS), we generally think of just that: national parks. The fact of the matter, however, is that for the past century, the NPS has been faithfully standing... Read more »

A Day at the Beach

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By Pam Windsor
February 26, 2016

  Sun, fun and outdoor adventure await visitors to southeastern Virginia’s coastal region   If you’re looking for a place to visit with relaxing and scenic beaches, a little bit of history and some unique attractions, head to the resort city of Virginia Beach, Virginia. Located on the... Read more »

The Fairest of Them All

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By Bobbie Hasselbring
February 25, 2016

  With a rich history, sweeping views, abundant wildlife and world-class seafood, Fairbanks, Alaska, may be the RV trip of a lifetime you’ve  been looking for With its breathtaking scenery, Alaska is high on the must-do list for many RVers. We go for the state’s coastal riches, its nearly... Read more »

A Walk in the Dark

The Historic Tour leads visitors through Broadway, or the Main Cave. This 2-mile, two-hour tour has an elevation change of 300 feet.

By Alan Rider
February 24, 2016

  Make your own journey to the center of the Earth at Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky Though it may seem like the National Park Service has been around forever, it was 100 years ago that President Woodrow Wilson signed the act that created the agency tasked with protecting America’s... Read more »

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