Oceanside Exploration 
Up the Oregon Coast

Haystack Rock rises 235 feet from the waters at Cannon Beach. Harris Beach State Park boasts sandy beaches mixed with rocky outcroppings.

David Barber
July 3, 2013

I thought three days would be plenty of time to leisurely cruise the Oregon coast from Brookings, near the California border, to Astoria, west of Portland. It’s only 340 miles, but scenic and attraction-laden the entire distance. Mile for mile, Highway 101, also known as the Oregon Coast Highway,... Read more »

Little RV on the Prairie

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Cyndi Hoelzle, Contributing Writer
June 27, 2013

  Homestead Hopping Along Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Highway It started out innocently enough. My kids and I listened to the first Little House on the Prairie on audiobook on a long road trip. The simple language captivated them and kept them quiet for hours. So, like any smart mom, I checked... Read more »

A Day In Louisville: Bourbon, Steam Boating and Slugging

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Nicholas Upton
June 18, 2013

Louisville, Ky., is a classic slice of Americana, from the Louisville Slugger Museum to the paddle boats splashing up and down the Ohio River — and don’t forget the bourbon!  The Kentucky river town has become a major tourist hotspot, ranking highly among many “must visit” lists. ... Read more »

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

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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 »

Taking the High Road to Taos

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David Barber
May 3, 2013

  Northern New Mexico is a beloved destination. In addition to the high desert landscape, it has a unique cultural history. Unlike much of the United States, the first settlers (after the indigenous peoples) were the Spanish, who came north from Mexico in 1540, 80 years before the English colonists... Read more »

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

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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 »

National Park Service Announces Visitor Numbers, Top Parks

Blue Ride Parkway in North Carolina topped the list of most visited sites in the National Park System.

Press Release
April 4, 2013

  More than 282 million people visited America’s national parks in 2012, an increase of more than 3 million over 2011. It was the sixth highest annual visitation in the history of the National Park Service, despite nearly 2 million fewer visitors as a result of park closures caused by Hurricane... Read more »

ARVC Addresses Impact of Sequestration on Travel

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Press Release
March 7, 2013

Editor’s note: The National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) posted the following news release on its website articulating its lobbying efforts in the wake of the government’s sequestration, which went into effect March 1. As you are likely aware, Congress did not act by March 1... 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 »

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