RV Parks and Campgrounds Celebrate Halloween

Halloween Campgrounds

Jeff Crider
September 19, 2012

When LaVeta Shinkle started talking about the motorhome trips she would take this year with her daughter and granddaughter, one of the first that came to mind was their annual visit to Jellystone Park Camp-Resort in Estes Park, Colo. Shinkle, her daughter, April Milne, and her granddaughter, Lacey Milne,... Read more »

Franconia Notch State Park

Franconia Notch State Park

Laura Michaels
September 4, 2012

Franconia Notch State Park’s Old Man of the Mountain crumbled in 2003, but the rock formation also known as the Great Stone Face was just one of many natural wonders within this swath of New England greatness. Located in White Mountain National Forest in northern New Hampshire, Franconia Notch is... Read more »

Fun in Western Colorado: From Grand Junction to Glenwood Springs

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Mary Zalmanek
August 20, 2012

In 2011, Rand McNally and USA Today named Glenwood Springs, Colo., the “Most Fun Town in the America.” Eighty miles to the west, Grand Junction lies at the heart of Colorado’s wine country. These are just two of the reasons my husband, Jim, and I decided to explore sites around these fun-filled... Read more »

Lasso Some Old West Flavor in Pendleton, Oregon

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Nicholas Upton, Digital Editor
July 13, 2012

City slickers looking for a bit of the old west can find it where they might not expect — eastern Oregon.  The city of Pendleton, Oregon, is caught in a bit of a time warp.  Made famous by the iconic Pendleton Woolen Mill and the annual Round-Up, the city gives visitors a unique peek into the... Read more »

Alabama’s Bella Terra RV Resort Expands

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Press Release
July 5, 2012

  Representatives from Bella Terra Realty Holdings LLC announced today (July 5) that construction of the Foley, Ala., RV resort’s final phase is underway. As part of the final phase, owners will have an opportunity to custom design their lot prior to construction and take advantage of several... Read more »

Jellystone Park Touts Range of Teen Activities

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June 19, 2012

  Lynne Maloy said there’s one question parents always ask when they arrive at the Jellystone Park in Lincoln, Del. “What am I going to do with my 14-year-old who will not disconnect from the Internet?” Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Parks, however, are known for having a wide assortment... Read more »

New RV Resort to Open in Fort Myers, Fla.

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Press Release
June 13, 2012

  Motorhome owners traveling to southwest Florida will soon have a new RV resort to consider. JL Cypress Trails LLC, an affiliate of JL Properties Inc., announced  June 11 it is launching a new RV resort in Fort Myers — Cypress Trail RV Resort. The new development will cater to owners of Class... Read more »

Flying Flags RV Resort Gets $1.5 Million Upgrade

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Press Release
May 10, 2012

  When a group of investors acquired Flying Flags RV Resort seven years ago, they initially planned to demolish the property and replace it with single family homes. Market conditions quickly changed, however, and the investors realized they might be better off simply improving the resort, which... Read more »

Oceanside Escape: See California’s Sand Dunes on Horseback

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April 17, 2012

  Desiree Harrison has one of the most unusual jobs in California. As a guide at Pacific Dunes Ranch Riding Stables in Oceano, Calif., she leads horseback riding trips through a lushly forested area that includes a creek that’s inhabited by beavers and frequented by deer, before reaching one of... Read more »

What’s Your RV Arrival Routine?

Joe and Vicki Kieva

Joe and Vicki Kieva
April 16, 2012

Most motorhome owners have a leveling and hookup routine they follow once their coach is in a campsite. And we all know the importance of having an uninterrupted disconnect routine when preparing to leave a campsite. But we seldom hear anyone talking about what they do from the time they pull into the... Read more »

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