When John Denver wrote the song Rocky Mountain High in Colorado forty five years ago he wasn’t predicting the legalization of cannabis. No, he was sharing the euphoria of being elevated in the mountains and the beauty they offer. Many across the country have been suffering through an extended heat wave. Red Flag warnings, air […]
Great Falls, Montana is a great place to visit anytime. Featuring plenty of wide open spaces, Great Falls offers RV camping and golf courses, along with the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center. Dick’s RV Park, with 191 sites, is a great place to call home while you’re exploring the many attractions of Great Falls. Located […]
Tucked away in the southwest corner of Pennsylvania, Shepherd’s Rock Golf Course is one of the few elite courses to open in 2017. Located in Farmington, the new track joins Mystic Rock Golf Course as part of the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, which sprawls over 2,000 acres. Set in the Allegheny Mountains, Shepherd’s Rock Golf Course […]
Central Idaho is a great spot for a summer trek. Those that make the journey enjoy views of the scenic Sawtooth Mountains, rushing rivers, towering forest, and epic amounts of open space for camping. The high altitude provides for cool summer evenings so there is no need to run your air conditioner. If you find […]
During the Klondike-Alaskan Gold Rush of the late 1800s, a network of roadhouses and lodges were established as checkpoints along popular trails between the gold fields and camps. They were used by travelers, mail delivery, and cargo drivers as places to grab a meal, warm up, lodge, and rest their mule or dog teams. Heavily […]
Sitting on the dock of South Rolly Lake in the summertime, the peace of Alaska wilderness envelops you through the glassy water surface, the lush woods, views of the mountain peaks of the Talkeetna Range, and the sound of the distant train horn of the Alaska Railroad. If you are the type of traveler […]
To most people, the largest state in the nation conjures up visions of natural adventures, untamed places, and wild people. Alaska is a BIG land. If you overlay the state of Alaska with the contiguous US, it would stretch from the California coast to the Florida panhandle and north to the Great Lakes. Even with […]
Tired of un-level campsites? Go out and enjoy spacious, big campsites at Army Corps of Engineers RV Campgrounds.
In the past two installments we have looked at equipping your new RV for its first campout. While you might choose a state park or private RV park for your first outing, I am going to share a tip of where to find free campsites that most RV newbies are unaware of. Most every state […]
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 […]