Don’t let the cool temperatures of the fall season keep you from getting out and camping. There are great advantages to “cold season” camping, including fewer people, fall colors, and seeing areas in … [Read More...]
Fall has arrived, which means campfires are allowed again on most public lands and campgrounds after being banned over the hot dry summer.
Man has been cooking over a campfire since he first … [Read More...]
A lot has changed in Wichita, Kansas since its early days as a trading post on the cattle-driving Chisholm Trail during the 1860s. Today, this largest city in the Jayhawk State is home to nearly … [Read More...]
In the fall of 2014, Ian Achey and Lisa Aquino made a decision to shake things up. The two youthful climbing adventurers were tired of their comfortable, predictable lives, spending their days in an … [Read More...]
RV mods and upgrades don't always have to take weeks or months. These simple ideas from iRV2 members should only take you about an hour or less and they'll make a huge difference.
1. Get rid of odors … [Read More...]
Those of you that follow this blog on a regular basis know that I am all about free camping and boondocking. I have encountered many RVers that feel free camping and boondocking opportunities are only … [Read More...]
Southern New Mexico offers pleasant weather during the fall and winter months, making it an attractive destination for many snowbirds. In the small town of Anthony, NM, visitors can find a comfortable … [Read More...]
Jen Juneau is by every stretch of the definition an outdoorsy woman. She grew up an avid skier in the mountains of Colorado, has raced sled dogs, hiked across Spain on the Camino de Santiago Trail … [Read More...]
Tucked away in West Texas between Big Bend National Park and Big Bend State Park, Lajitas Golf Resort is the perfect setting for an away-from-it-all adventure. Set in the picturesque Chisos Mountain … [Read More...]
You may not be able to get up close with animals while camping in the wild but you can while staying on a quiet country farm. These five pastoral farms have their own RV campgrounds in addition to … [Read More...]
Upstate New York is a great place to travel during the fall months when the leaves begin painting the forests with various shades of gold, red, and orange-colored leaves.
Located about 40 miles … [Read More...]
Every boondocker has their favorite out-of-the-way campsites. Sometimes it is nice to shake things up and try a new spot. There are several websites out there that help adventure-seekers find good … [Read More...]
My wife and I recently had to stay in a 4-star hotel while attending a business meeting. While nice, I quickly began to miss our RV. Here are 15 reasons why I like my RV better than a luxury … [Read More...]
Pack it in, pack it out—this is a key principle in leaving no trace, something every hiker and camper should be familiar with. It's not only the courteous thing to do, but it keeps our campgrounds and … [Read More...]
Here in the Pacific Northwest, where I live, a weekend forecast of sunny and 82 degrees is a guarantee for every waterfront campsite to be occupied.
So, when we were traveling through California … [Read More...]
There’s a new golf course in Palo Alto, California—Baylands Golf Links. When it was originally constructed in 1956, it was known as the Palo Alto Municipal Golf Course. But earlier this year, the … [Read More...]
There are many reasons why RVers prefer using solar panels instead of generators or campground hookups. It’s not only more eco-friendly, but solar power enables us to boondock off the grid away from … [Read More...]