Southern California’s Antelope Valley

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by Ken Reid
February 24, 2014

  Located About an Hour Northeast from the Hustle and Bustle of Metropolitan Los Angeles, Lies a Desert Haven for Nature Lovers   If you enjoy clean air, a temperate high-desert climate, miles of unobstructed visibility, rugged beauty and peaceful solitude offered by surrounding mountains —... Read more »

Living an RVer’s Dream on the American River

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by Ken Reid
November 25, 2013

  Find Adventure and Fun in Northern California’s Coloma-Lotus Valley   Like many other motorhome enthusiasts, my wife and I have often daydreamed about what our ideal campsite would look like. The most important factor for us is close proximity to water. Being able to see and hear a stream... 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 »

Northern California’s Wild Rivers Coast

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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 »

Lake Tahoe: Jewel of the Sierras

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Gary Wescott
December 12, 2012

The sky was so blue it almost hurt my eyes as it framed snowcapped peaks across the mirror surface of Lake Tahoe, located along the border between California and Nevada. I brushed a little powder off the step of our RV and shuffled through the squeaky snow to disconnect our electrical cords and start... Read more »

RVers Grade Top Campgrounds in ARVC Survey

Press Release
December 4, 2012

  Fourty-two campgrounds, RV parks and resorts earned all around “A” grades in the fourth annual consumer satisfaction survey of campgrounds, RV parks and resorts. The top parks were announced Nov. 30 during the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds’ annual Outdoor Hospitality... Read more »

Surplus Funds to Help Keep Calif. Parks Open

Press Release
August 6, 2012

  Following the discovery of $54 million in surplus state parks funds, California Gov. Jerry Brown pledged Aug. 3 to work with the California State Legislature to direct millions of dollars in state funds to keep parks open, fix serious park maintenance problems and match donor contributions. “Much... 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 »

KOA Offers Work Kamper Training in April

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Press Release
March 21, 2012

Work camping is one of the best ways to travel without worrying too much about money. For the full-time RVer, work camping can be a fantastic way to stay busy and meet new friends no matter the place. Kampgrounds of America (KOA) issued a press release inviting prospective work campers to their April... Read more »

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