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Eyes to the Skies at Albuquerque’s Balloon Spectacular

Albuquerque’s International Balloon Fiesta provides RVers the best seat in the house Before the earliest rays of light pierce the sky, they rise – enormous balls of color, illuminated from within by the hissing flame that helps lift them, and glowing like magnificent Christmas ornaments. After all the years of helping organize the camping end of activities for Albuquerque’s International […]

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, […]

Like What You See In Mid-Tennessee? Head West.

If the sights and experiences of middle Tennessee leave you wanting more, there’s more to be had by heading west. Whether it’s outdoor attractions, bumpin’ nightlife or more of the state’s rich history, west Tennessee has it on tap. The Tennessee River marks the official boundary between middle and west Tennessee. It bisects the state as it flows north from […]

Top 10 RV Parks Across the U.S.

Not all RV parks are created equal! We have taken the time and put together a list of our 10 favorite RV parks located throughout the United States. 1. Cherry Hill Park – College Park, Maryland This is the closet RV Park to Washington, D.C.; this is the perfect place to stay while exploring our nation’s capital.  They are open […]

Traversing the U.P. – Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

A Plethora of Options Makes Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and RVers Heaven. It’s easy to get lost in the vastness of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Stretching for more than 300 miles, encompassing more than 16,000 square miles of land, and boasting more than 1,700 miles of freshwater shoreline, the “U.P.” is a paradise for RV travelers. Rich in history, the Upper Peninsula […]

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 […]

The Untamed Splendor of Big Sur

South Coast : The Wild Coast. “This is the California that men dreamed of years ago, this is the Pacific that Balboa looked out on from the peak of Darien, this is the face of the earth as the Creator intended it to look.” –Henry Miller, “Big Sur and the Oranges of Hieronymus Bosch” There was a time when the […]

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 […]

Fire at the Water’s Edge – Western Michigan Shoreline

Autumn Along the Western Michigan Shoreline Offers a Vibrant Tapestry of Fall Colors and Roadside Attractions. Each fall, Western Michigan ignites in a spectacle of blazing autumn hues, turning a lakeside driving tour into a technicolor adventure.  Taking a high-speed ferry across Lake Michigan, we hurried to catch nature’s show. Sunrise over Lake Michigan arrives as a rosy thread – […]

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 […]