Meet Kelly and Marshall, two full-time RVing nomads who put their old lives behind them for an endless adventure on the open road and a business for camp addicts that they can run from anywhere.
Located between Gunnison and Montrose in western Colorado, the Curecanti National Recreation Area contains over 43,000 acres of land, three reservoirs, plenty of back country exploring, and multiple developed campgrounds. A variety of activities can be enjoyed here, including: fishing, hunting, boating, and hiking. Gorgeous open vistas and canyonlands along the Gunnison River show off […]
South Lake Tahoe, California offers plenty in the way of golf courses, along with some very nice RV parks, too. Since 1960, Tahoe Paradise Golf Course has been one of the most popular courses in the area. The 18-hole, par 66 measures just 4,028 yards from the back tees, which allows golfers to finish a […]
Don’t park on the cheap until you know the pros and cons of free camping in parking lots, driveways and public lands.
Fall is just around the corner and one of the joys of camping this time of year is the splendor of autumn colors that will soon be on display. While I hear the fall colors in New England are legendary I can’t imagine they can be much more spectacular than in the western states, especially […]
The Internet is no longer just a plaything, it’s a way of life for everyone from grandma to hipsters. You can use it to stay in touch with friends and family or earn a six figure income, the possibilities are endless. But when it comes to living as a full-time RVers, these pros and cons […]
There have been many books written about former presidents of the United States, and the most recent release is worth attention. “I Call Him Mr. President – Stories of Golf, Fishing, and Life with My Friend George H. W. Bush,” was written by Ken Raynor along with Michael Patrick Shiels. Raynor reflects on the life […]
Everyone loves a campfire. Sitting around the soft, flickering light while the cool evening nips at your back. Enjoying the company of friends and family while sharing stories and roasting marshmallows. Campfires can be the exclamation point at the end of a fun-filled day. But the last people you want to see at your campfire […]
For years I have shared the benefits of Google Earth to RVers, as the digital images (satellite, street view and user posted photos) can let you know what to expect prior to traveling to an area. Some of the useful advantages include: – Determining the true length of the campsites in advance – Figuring out […]
One of Utah’s most picturesque areas is without a doubt the southwest corner of the state. Located less than two hours from Las Vegas, the town of Hurricane sits equal distance between St. George and Zion National Park. Hurricane features the popular Sky Mountain Golf Course along with an RVer favorite WillowWind RV Park. Offering […]
My wife and I, plus another RVing couple, thought it would be fun to travel to Oregon to view the solar eclipse in totality on Monday, August 21st. The plan was my wife and I would go early to reserve a large boondocking spot in the mountains on the Wednesday morning before the eclipse. Then […]