Nestled on the northeast corner of Lake Fayette in Fayetteville, Texas is Oak Thicket Park. With only 21 sites to park an RV, and none of them being pull-through, this park is not for everyone. … [Read More...]
In the last installment I shared my discovery of the encyclopedia repository in the old mining camp of Reilly, California, and suggested camping in the nearby ghost town of Ballarat.
Ballarat … [Read More...]
For those who need a wheelchair or have physical mobility challenges, getting out to explore the world in an RV has its own allure, and its own obstacles. While travel in an RV can open up a lot of … [Read More...]
You may not always have cell service or hookups when you're camping in the woods, but you will get peace, quiet, and cool shade from a canopy of trees. Forest campgrounds are also usually a short … [Read More...]
If you love outdoor activities, you are going to love Arizona’s Mohave Valley. Located less than 20 miles south of Laughlin, Nevada, Moon River RV Resort is one of the premier resorts in the area. … [Read More...]
Having the ability to bring your canine companions on the road to share your adventures is one of life’s great joys, and for many of us, one of the reasons you have a furry buddy.
Dogs make great … [Read More...]
Those of us over 50 fondly (or maybe not so fondly) remember encyclopedias. Before you could find anything you wanted to online, encyclopedias provided a wealth of information contained in a set of … [Read More...]
Quail Creek Golf Resort in Hartselle, Alabama offers a little of everything for the RV-golfer. While the golf course has been a popular destination for golfers visiting north Alabama over the last … [Read More...]
In the last installment we were exploring the Mosier Tunnels located in the Columbia River Gorge. An often overlooked camping option when exploring the attractions along the Columbia River are … [Read More...]
When approaching the idea of buying an RV to live in full time, thousands of questions can come to mind. Which class best suits my needs? How long should the trailer be? Wait, do I want a trailer or a … [Read More...]
There are lots of state parks and finer upscale resorts along the Gulf Coast where you can be a short walk from the white sandy beaches and warm emerald waters. These places are among the best … [Read More...]
Charleston, South Carolina is one of the most historical cities in the country with ties reaching back to the Civil War and American Revolution. Charleston, with roughly 130,000 residents, is located … [Read More...]
Whether your RV has been in storage since winter or you live on the road full time, doing some annual spring cleaning will keep your RV dirt free and looking as good as new. These items are great to … [Read More...]
Talkeetna, Alaska is possibly one of the most iconic south-central Alaskan towns. Filled with a delightful mix of artists, bush pilots, mountaineers, brew masters, and musicians, a diverse cast of … [Read More...]
RVers have many options when it comes to portable grills. A variety of transportable barbecues fueled by propane and charcoal are available in a range of sizes, and some also collapse for easy … [Read More...]
There’s a saying about Amarillo, Texas: "It's so flat you can see your dog run for three days, as long as it's not brown!"
This humorous reference to Amarillo's ubiquitous flat brown lands … [Read More...]
You could visit a new national park every month and it would still take years to see them all. There are 59 vast areas currently preserved as National Parks across the US, not to mention the hundreds … [Read More...]
One of the most appealing aspects that people enjoy with the RV lifestyle is that they get to discover new places. Whether you enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, hunting, boating, or another way to “get … [Read More...]