Tired of un-level campsites? Go out and enjoy spacious, big campsites at Army Corps of Engineers RV Campgrounds.
When you hit the road you’ll find it handy to understand about these RVing abbreviations for U.S. camping and recreation areas.
If you’ve ever wondered why Tucson’s RV parks are all located on the fringes of town, it’s because until recently no RV parks had been built within city limits. Thankfully that’s changed because of Todd Spencer, the visionary owner of the all new Sentinel Peak RV Park in Downtown Tucson. Meet Tucson’s Newest RV Park […]
RVing in California’s outback got even better thanks to the three newest desert monuments officially declared by President Obama: Mojave Trails National Monument Sand to Snow National Monument Castle Mountains National Monument National monuments are specially-designated areas within federal lands that feature scientific, cultural, natural and historic areas found nowhere else in the country. Designating […]
The Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in the Black Hills of South Dakota is a mandatory bucket list item for thousands of bikers from all walks of life, and with good reason. Each year close to a half-million biker enthusiasts make their way to party, ride and race in this small South Dakota outpost that earns […]
Can you hear them coming? On March 4th the “World Center of Racing” will roar to life with a half-million sun-seeking bikers converging for one of the most popular motorcycle rallies in the world, the 75th annual Daytona Bike Week. For ten epic days and nights, motorcycle enthusiasts of every stripe will cruise in and […]
If you’re spending winter all cooped up in a less-than-ideal climate, get moving and point your rig to the Southwest. Hop on the interstate and head to Tucson, headquarters for dozens of the best snowbird attractions in Southern Arizona that will keep you awestruck and entertained the entire season. Join this iRV2 Discussion Forum topic […]
The Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de León crossed the oceans in search of the Fountain of Youth but if you’re RVing in the west all you need to do is point your rig to Southern California where hot mineral baths and a youthful approach to living at the Fountain of Youth Spa RV Resort will […]
Quartzsite is a mecca for winter snowbirds in the southwest. Located about 15 miles east of the California and Arizona borders, this tiny town set surrounded by a vast desert landscape is where thousands of RVers flock together every January and February. If you’ve never been to Quartzsite, home to the world’s largest RV rally, […]
It might be winter but that doesn’t mean that we can’t go RVing to great places. If you’ve ever wanted to travel deep into the heart of Texas, one great place to visit is San Antonio, a great Texas snowbird destination which, as KOA’s 2015 Campground of the Year, is always racking up stellar ratings […]
Arizona is all over the news this week, with more exciting outdoors news coming from the Grand Canyon State. That’s because on January 1st, snowbirds and locals alike are lacing up their hiking boots to kick off 2016 with eighteen free “First Day” guided hikes offered at different Arizona state parks. All 50 state parks […]