Archive for category: Northwest

Adventure on Utah’s Arapeen Trail

Over 350 miles of high-country ATV trails beckon in central Utah canyons, forest Utah is famous for the geographical drama of its vast, red canyons; Bryce, Moab, Canyonlands, Arches and Zion are recognized as top destinations for desert adventure. But it’s a lesser-known landscape in central Utah that is starting to gain momentum as a destination for riders of ATVs (all-terrain […]

Hosting at Humbug Mountain State Park- Enjoying the Camp Host Experience

It’s one thing to go camping for a week, another thing when a camping trip stretches into a month-long adventure. That’s what Kenn and Betty Kennedy experienced earlier this year when they agreed to become “park hosts” at Humbug Mountain State Park, located just south of Port Orford off U.S. 101 on the southern Oregon coast. At 1,756 feet tall, […]

Adventure along the Great Alaska Highway

For decades, the Alaska Highway has represented a road to adventure. But what was once a wild, treacherous drive has been tamed considerably over the years. The legendary highway still offers the unexpected: spectacular scenery, glimpses of wildlife, crazy curves, entire sections of missing asphalt, and roadways that have been known to buckle under seasonal frost heaves. Gary and Sandra […]

RVs & Alaska – Are Made For Each Other

It’s Nickname is “America’s Last Frontier,” and for Good Reason. A Person Could Spend Months Exploring Alaska’s Sights. Flying to Alaska and renting an RV is a great way to explore the 49th state without making the long drive to its border (and back). There’s no better way to amble about the state than in an RV that lets you […]

Grape Expectations – Northern California’s Wine Country

Northern California’s Wine Country Celebrates Fruit of the Vine, Beauty of the Land. With miles of rolling vineyards and tasting rooms both homespun and elegant, Northern California’s wine country is a sprawling visual feast. But take time to sample life here beyond the bottles of Chadonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir and you’ll find an eclectic blend of artistry and […]

A Gathering of Glaciers – Glacier National Park

The Raw Grandeur of Glacier National Park Lures Visitors with Heart-stopping Scenery, Top Hiking Trails and Wildlife Galore. Mountains that stab the sky. Alpine meadows studded with wildflowers. Black bears foraging for lunch, just outside your car window. Crystal blue lakes that mirror the heavens. Montana’s Glacier National Park is a land of superlatives — the scenery so big, bold […]

America’s Top Annual Turning of the Trees Scenic Drives

Your RV is the Perfect Way to Enjoy America’s Finest Fall Drives that Showcase the Annual Turning of the Trees. Ask an RVer about their favorite spot to observe fall foliage and you can ignite fierce loyalties and passionate debate. Geography? Forestry? Where to begin? Some praise New England’s thick maple groves, while others rave about the resplendent orchards of […]

Idaho by the Season

Idaho State Parks Offer Spectacular Camping Nearly Year-round. In Idaho, camping season almost never ends for RVers. The state boasts such an extreme range of elevations that RV camping can run from February through November, depending on your location. And Idaho’s state parks are known for catering to off-season crowds. If variety is what you seek, Idaho delivers it with […]

California’s Redwood Ramble

California’s Redwood Highway Winds Through a Land of Giants. Beneath a towering canopy, visitors to California’s redwood country connect with nature at every neck-craning turn, from the lush tree-studded landscape to the rich local bounty. Where giants rule the earth, the second most striking thing is the calm. The most remarkable thing is, of course, the incomparable glory of the […]

The American West – Yellowstone & The Tetons

To start things off, we’ll meet Fred Hagedorn, of Michigan, an RVing veteran. After 33 years of RVing, Fred and his wife, Wilma, joined friends for a three-week trip to Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park. It was the first time the Hagedorns had ever ventured west of the Mississippi. And to hear Hagedorn tell it, their journey […]