In Hot Water

By Alan Rider
December 17, 2015

  A visit to Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas proves to be a cleansing experience   In a modern era where we jump out of the shower and are out the door in minutes every morning, it may... 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... Read more »

Roadhouse Rules

by Bobbie Hasselbring
November 19, 2015

  An eclectic caravan, led by a trusty 1916 Dodge touring car, relives a historic journey along Alaska’s Richardson Highway The year was 1913 when an intrepid entrepreneur named Robert “Bobby”... 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... Read more »

White Sands and Desert Dwellings

White Sands National Monument covers 275 square miles, making it the largest gypsum dune field in the world.

By Mary Zalmanek
October 26, 2015

  From subterranean curiosities to an ancient cliff city to a painting bear, southern New Mexico is a desert wonderland   Since New Mexico lies due south of our home state of Colorado, it’s... Read more »

Fall Favorites

By Malia Lane
September 29, 2015

  A leaf-peeping tour takes a backseat to the beauty and wonder of the Natchez Trace Parkway A drive along the Natchez Trace Parkway is exactly the kind of trip I envisioned when I first started... Read more »

America’s National Park Service Turns 100

By Rhonda Ostertag
August 27, 2015

  One visitor’s thank-you   August 25, 2016,  marked the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service (NPS). The familiar arrowhead emblem of the NPS has guided us to many of our greatest... Read more »

Carolina Cabernet

NASCAR owner and former driver Richard Childress opened a winery in Lexington, North Carolina, in 2004.

by Christine Goodier
July 22, 2015

  A fine wine time in the Yadkin Valley   Still think the South’s beverage of choice is sweet tea chugged from a Mason jar? Times have changed. In North Carolina’s Yadkin Valley you can sip a local chardonnay or cabernet made from vinifera grapes like those harvested in Europe and California.... Read more »

Grand Teton National Park

by Emily Fagan
July 20, 2015

  Stunning mountain scenery, dramatic skies, abundant wildlife, numerous camping options and loads of outdoor activities make this Wyoming park a must-see for RVers When I first arrived in Grand... Read more »

Alabama Getaway

Florence Harbor Marina is adjacent to McFarland Park, which has a campground with more than 60 full-hookup RV sites.

By Dave G. Houser
June 23, 2015

  From “Mustang Sally” to “Free Bird,” Muscle Shoals offers RVers a surprising harmony of rich musical history and outdoor adventure   Having been a fan of the Southern rock band Lynyrd... Read more »

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