Finding national parks with big rig camping takes some RV tip planning, but it’s not an impossible dream for owners of bigger rigs. Here’s how to do it.
Archives for March 2019
Celebrate a little Erin go Bragh (Ireland till the end of time) this weekend in Dublin—Dublin, Ohio, that is. Full of Irish pubs and Irish traditions, Dublin’s tagline says it all: Irish is an attitude! A great place to hang your hat while exploring Dublin is Cross Creek Camping Resort, located a few miles north […]
Visiting the California coast is always pleasing to the eye and good for the soul. Morro Bay on Highway 1 offers both of those elements. Set roughly 200 miles north of Los Angeles and over 200 miles south of San Francisco, Morro Bay is a quintessential town along this fabled highway. Just look for the […]
The Matanuska-Susitna (Mat-Su) Borough lies northwest of Anchorage, Alaska, and includes the towns of Houston, Wasilla, and Palmer. Locally known as Mat-Su, the borough is roughly the size of West Virginia (over 24,500 square miles) with about 100,000 residents living in it. When emergencies and events that draw large crowds occur, the Borough Emergency Management […]
In small-town Central Texas, Buena Vista Wildlife Safari opened in 2018 as a natural, uncaged sanctuary for wild animals to roam. Next door, they also have a fenced RV park and cozy furnished cabins with beautiful countryside views. Their RV park has 35 big-rig friendly sites including pull-thrus and back-ins. Every site has full hookups, […]
Give your vacation money to a feel-good cause by checking into Lions Club International campgrounds in Canada and the United States.
In a previous entry, I shared 8 Likely Places to Find Fresh Water for Dry Camping. Number one on the list was Fuel Stations where I stated, “… they will typically have a fresh water spigot available. But, if one is not readily available, just ask. As a result, we find that most attendants will […]
Lubbock, Texas is one of the most diverse and interesting cities you will ever visit. The birthplace of legendary musician Buddy Holly, Lubbock is also home to some exceptional wineries, more than a dozen quality golf courses, several unique museums, and plenty of RV options, like Lubbock RV Park. Lubbock RV Park features 88 sites […]
With over 30 years of experience in the National Forest Service serving the South Platte Ranger District in Colorado, Scott Dollus has seen a lot of changes. The Pike and San Isabel National Forests & Cimarron and Comanche National Grasslands (PSICC) encompass over 3 million acres of diverse forest and grasslands in the Rocky Mountains. […]
While RVing, for the most part, is a relatively safe lifestyle, it never hurts to take a few precautions because you never know where an adventure in RVing may take you. The following are six tips to help keep you safe while enjoying your RV. 1. Don’t share your real-time location While it’s tempting to […]
Ready to savor the flavors of small batch craft spirits? Go RVing on distillery trails in these top five U.S. states with the most producers of whisky, vodka, rum and more.