Sun, Sand & Solitude

The Blue Angels perform daring feats while airborne over Gulf Islands Seashore area.

By Alan Rider
September 23, 2016

  A day at the beach takes on a profound meaning at the Gulf Islands National Seashore The National Park Service’s 100th birthday celebration may be winding down, but here on the pages of MotorHome magazine, the party’s far from over. Which means our monthly Find Your Adventure series continues... Read more »

Bayous, Beaches and Boudin

By Bobbie Hasselbring
June 28, 2016

  A  journey along southwest Louisiana’s 180-mile-long Creole Nature Trail All-American Road includes vast stretches of marshland, four wildlife refuges and a chance to fish the waters in the Gulf of Mexico The air is cool and the sun isn’t even up yet as we streak along the greenish waters... Read more »

America’s Oldest City

By Pam Windsor
December 16, 2015

  In addition to its long history, St. Augustine, Florida, is home to the nation’s first wax museum, a large collection of Tiffany glass and the famed Fountain of Youth Proudly the oldest permanently occupied European settlement in America, St. Augustine, Florida, offers history, charm and... Read more »

Gulf Coast Charmer

The open-air Tiki Bar at Low-Key Hideaway sits on the water and is known as the best spot on the island to enjoy sunsets.

By Dennis and Cheryl DeNoi
October 26, 2015

  Cedar Key, Florida, is a worthy off-the-beaten-path retreat   Located in Florida’s upper Gulf Coast between Gainesville and Ocala is the laid-back town of Cedar Key. The key sits 4 miles out in the Gulf of Mexico and is part of a small chain of keys (islands formed from coral reefs).... Read more »

Fort Myers Wild

By Bobbie Hasselbring
January 26, 2015

  An RV-friendly destination in southwest Florida with untouched beaches, unparalleled wildlife viewing and fascinating history It’s no secret that Florida is a favorite motorhome destination, especially for snowbirds escaping wintery weather. But much of Florida has been over-developed, leaving... Read more »

Getaway: St. Petersburg, Florida

By Pam Windsor
December 19, 2014

  Enjoy gorgeous beaches, island wildlife preserves, art, history, culture and attractions with an international flair   If you’re traveling to St. Petersburg, Florida, or St. Pete as it’s often called, you might want to start with Fort De Soto Park at the southern tip of the Pinellas... Read more »

Finding Old Florida

by Christine Goodier
February 24, 2014

  A Motorhome Journey Down the Atlantic Coast “They’re paving the whole state,” observed novelist John D. MacDonald’s fictional alter ego, Travis Magee, back in 1982. And there’s no doubt that development has changed Florida since the days when my family piled into a ’56 Chevy to visit... Read more »

Exploring Everglades National Park in Southern Florida

Alligator sunning - Photo: National park service

Christine Goodier
Photos: Robert Goodier
March 19, 2013

I’ll admit it: we watch reality TV shows set in swamps — the ones where gutsy gals and gritty guys search for enormous reptiles. So in a quest to learn more about our country’s wild creatures, my husband, Bob, and I made a detour last spring during our trip to Florida. After leaving the Florida... Read more »

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