Kodachrome Basin State Park

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Donna Ikenberry
June 15, 2013

Mention Utah and most people think of destinations like Bryce Canyon and Zion national parks. No doubt these places are worth a visit, but there’s also a brilliant treasure to the east of those well-known attractions, a 2,241-acre gem named Kodachrome Basin State Park. There are plenty of things to... Read more »

Sweetwater County, 
Wyoming: How Sweet It Is


Bobbie Hasselbring
May 14, 2013

The stallion turns and looks straight at us, ears perked, nostrils flaring, smelling our presence. One of about 250 mustangs in Wyoming’s White Mountain Wild Horse Herd, he stands about 100 yards off the road and, as I sit in my motorhome peering through my spotting scope, my heart races. He is all... Read more »

A Day In Little Rock: World Class BBQ and Southern Shopping


Nicholas Upton, Digital Editor
April 16, 2013

Little Rock, Ark., is like many medium-size cities that dot the southern states. But the mix of Victorian history and modernity takes on a buzz of activity due to the Arkansas State Capitol. The city takes great care to draw visitors and keep them entertained in various ways — and hey, it’s... Read more »

A Day In Albuquerque: Local Flavors, Sky-High Fun

The historic San Estevan Del Rey Mission Church.

Nicholas Upton, Digital Editor
March 12, 2013

Among the Spanish Pueblo buildings of Albuquerque, N.M., lies an amazing amalgam of Mexican, American and bygone Spanish cultures.  That unique blend evokes stunning architecture, delicious food and a bevvy of unique sites to see. Sitting at the crossroads of Interstate 40 and Interstate 25, Albuquerque,... Read more »

Good Sam Names Top Pet-Friendly RV Parks

Evergreen Park Dundee Ohio

February 15, 2013

More than half of RVers travel with their pets, so finding a good park for Fido, Spot or Mittens is priority No. 1. The Good Sam RV Travel Guide has compiled a list of the very best parks for pets from all across the country. These parks offer lots of open space for running, and pet-friendly rules about... Read more »

A Day in Napa Valley: Getting off the Beaten Path

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Nicholas Upton, Digital Editor
February 14, 2013

Everyone knows that Napa Valley is one of the best spots in the U.S. to find a good bottle of wine. Many visitors to the area, however, don’t stray far from the main drag.   The Silverado Trail is a great alternative to the often-congested St. Helena Highway. Running from Calistoga, Calif., to the... Read more »

A Day in Savannah: A Fresh Taste of the Old South

Wormsloe Historic Site

Nicholas Upton, Digital Editor
January 15, 2013

Savannah, Ga., the Forest City, is a place of grand juxtapositions. A city of ancient, moss-draped trees and cobblestone worn down by rich American history. Anyone traveling Interstate 95 should definitely make some time for the city’s many historic wonders and modern attractions.  There are so... Read more »

Cajun Palms RV Resort


Dennis & Cheryl Denoi
January 7, 2013

Have you ever wondered what the great RV park in the sky would look like after checking out of the last campground here on Earth? If so, it would only take one visit to Cajun Palms RV Resort near Breaux Bridge, La., to find the answer. Cajun Palms RV Resort We recently learned of this “heaven on Earth”... Read more »

Northern California’s Wild Rivers Coast

Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park

Jeff Crider
December 26, 2012

Before buying Kamp Klamath, a secluded campground two miles off U.S. Highway 101 on Northern California’s Wild Rivers Coast, Aaron Funk lived a life of adventure in Mexico. After studying geology and archaeology at Oregon State University, Funk spent several years in Baja California, where he did his... Read more »

A Day in Nashville: Country Music History and Home Cooking

Country Music Hall of Fame - Photo by Tim Hursley

Nicholas Upton, Digital Editor
December 20, 2012

The music of Nashville, Tenn.,  isn’t on everyone’s playlist, but the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum should be on everyone’s bucket list.  The sounds of the Music City didn’t just shape American music history, but also breathed life into rock and roll, bluegrass and all... Read more »

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