Looking for a reputable campground with great golf, local attractions and dining? Perhaps visit Lockhart in Central Texas.
State parks generally offer quality golf courses, many with surrounding activities. Oak Mountain State Park in Pelham, Alabama is just that as it offers plenty of activity on and off the course.
Looking for a unique western destination? Durango, Colorado offers natural wonder, outdoor adventure, plus a 100-year plus rail system.
With winter just around the corner, Florida has the welcome mat out for RV-golfers heading south. Though anyplace in the Sunshine State is often a good bet, Grand Lake RV & Golf Resort on the shores of Orange Lake in Citra is popular for many visitors. That’s probably why USA Today recently rated this pet-friendly […]
There are a lot of RV parks that are located in the general area of where the fish are active. However, it’s not easy to find one where you can enjoy fishing just steps from your RV site. My wife and I enjoyed this type of experience during a trip through Clinton, Montana, after enjoying […]
It’s just about that time for many RVers to start thinking about heading south. Though given the dismal weather on the East and West Coasts of the United States, a safe bet is Texas. Just west of San Antonio – a popular Texas snowbird destination – is Castroville and the luxury Alsatian Resort & Golf […]
Need a break from Interstate 5? This relaxing RV resort with wine tasting is your best best for camping in Orland, California.
With 2016 the centennial of the National Park Service (NPS), RV-golfers can celebrate by camping and golfing in a national park or national recreation area. Specifically, in the Golden State that offers three opportunities for golfing in a national park or NPS unit.
Set on 180 wooded acres, New Jersey’s Ocean View Resort seems miles away from the city. In reality, however, it’s only three miles from one of the most popular beaches on the New Jersey shore. It’s also only 50 miles from Atlantic City via the Garden City Parkway.
The new 2017 Airstream Basecamp simply reflects its name. A complete redesign of the company’s previous Basecamp trailer introduced in 2007, this latest entry sports an aerodynamic profile and designed for outdoor enthusiasts who just want to “hitch-up-and-go.”
Upgrading to a hybrid hot water heating system is not difficult to pursue. In fact, it’s a convenient – and environmentally-friendly – in place of traditional six-gallon water heaters when hot h2o is frequently needed while on the road.