What does your campground of the future look like? A new KOA campaign attempts to answer this question at a recent RV industry trade show.
Archives for April 2019
Montana lives up to its nickname, Big Sky Country. As the state’s largest city, Billings is relatively small with just over 100,000 inhabitants. But numerous visitors flock to Billings annually, enjoying the stark natural beauty, wide-open country, and historical remnants. Billings Village RV Park has been hosting visitors for the last 43 years. Open year-round, […]
For the past few entries, we have been exploring the golden history and waterfalls among the rolling hills of the Dahlonega area in North Georgia. In this entry, we are heading south towards Atlanta, which takes us out of the hills and into territory more easily traversed via RV. Those that follow this blog regularly […]
Tropical Trails will be celebrating their Grand Opening soon in June 2019. The newest luxury resort to hit the Texas Gulf Coast is located in the southern tip of Texas, just north of Brownsville and a short drive from South Padre Island. Their accommodations will include full hookup RV sites as well as fully furnished […]
Whether you’re visiting the Glenwood Springs area or just passing through the area on Interstate 70, the 12.5-mile stretch of interstate that passes through Glenwood Canyon will give you some dramatic views carved by the power of the Colorado River over three million years. This stretch of highway between the towns of Dotsero and Glenwood […]
If you’re curious about workamping before retirement, this full-time RVing couple has some advice for you.
Spring is a great time to visit the Peach State while the azaleas are in full bloom. Located two hours northwest of Augusta is Victoria Bryant State Park in Royston. Nestled in the rolling hills of Georgia’s upper Piedmont, this is one of northern Georgia’s best kept secrets. It is also one of Georgia’s eight […]
It’s important to give your RV a thorough wash and wax every six months to keep it looking as good as new. Bugs, bird droppings, and grime from the road can leave stains and screw up your RV’s paint job if they are not cleaned properly. Waxing also helps protect your RV from the sun’s […]
In the last entry, we explored waterfalls north of Dahlonega, Georgia. There are many more waterfalls in the surrounding area for those that take the time to seek them out. One of them you won’t want to miss is 729-foot Amicalola Falls. Not only is it the tallest waterfall in Georgia, but it is also […]
The Guadalupe River begins near Kerrville in Texas Hill Country and flows southeast for about 225 miles until it empties in the San Antonio Bay on the Gulf of Mexico. Several campgrounds and resorts are located along the riverbank with easy access for activities like tubing, kayaking and canoeing, and fishing for trout and bass. […]
If you’re headed north to Alaska, here’s why RV tripping to Tumbler Ridge British Columbia needs to be on your Alaska Highway Bucket List.