Located in Southern Arizona between Sonoita and Rio Rico on Route 82, the small town of Patagonia is one of Arizona’s best-kept secrets. Patagonia sits along the Sonoita Creek and is surrounded by the Santa Rita and Patagonia mountain ranges of the Coronado National Forest. Mountain peaks rise nearly 2,000 feet from the desert floor, […]
Finding national parks with big rig camping takes some RV tip planning, but it’s not an impossible dream for owners of bigger rigs. Here’s how to do it.
In small-town Central Texas, Buena Vista Wildlife Safari opened in 2018 as a natural, uncaged sanctuary for wild animals to roam. Next door, they also have a fenced RV park and cozy furnished cabins with beautiful countryside views. Their RV park has 35 big-rig friendly sites including pull-thrus and back-ins. Every site has full hookups, […]
Ready to savor the flavors of small batch craft spirits? Go RVing on distillery trails in these top five U.S. states with the most producers of whisky, vodka, rum and more.
Great Falls sits along the Upper Missouri River and has been inhabited since about 10,000 years ago when the area was used as hunting grounds by the Salish and Blackfeet tribes. The infamous Lewis and Clark Expedition brought the first white people to visit the area in 1805. The town developed and was founded in […]
A new RV park is opening this summer by the western entrance of Glacier National Park. They will have full-service RV sites and modern cabins just across the Middle Fork of the Flathead River, less than a mile from the entrance gates. The RV park will also be within walking distance to the shops and […]
Twenty minutes east of Grand Junction, the small town of Palisade on Colorado’s Western Slope is best known for their fresh produce, local wineries, and scenic hiking/biking trails. The nearby Island Acres Campground in Colorado River State Park used to be the closest place for RVers in town until November 2017 when a 14-acre resort […]
The Centennial State of Colorado has some incredibly diverse and road-accessible geology contained within its borders. Partially due to its altitude, dry climate, and geographic location straddling the Great Plains, the Rocky Mountains, and Plateau belt of the midwestern U.S., numerous opportunities to explore the Earth’s history recorded in its rocks and fossils are available. […]
One of the most accessible natural areas in Alaska is Chugach State Park. This vast park allows visitors to explore the Chugach Mountain Range just minutes from the population centers of downtown Anchorage, Palmer, or Girdwood. Chugach State Park offers access to all levels of adventure including hiking, biking, fishing, camping, glaciers, gold panning, berry […]
Though you probably know the Southwest for its desert landscape, you might be surprised by the many scenic lakes where you can go waterfront camping. These lakes are an oasis for activities like swimming, fishing, and kayaking, and they have campgrounds that can accommodate RVs and trailers. 1. Lake Pleasant, Arizona The cool blue Lake […]
There is something special about experiencing the outdoors during the winter. The air is crisp and clear, the stars twinkle brighter, and the snow-covered landscapes twinkle with sunlight or moonlight. Exploring by snowshoes or cross-country skis is a great way to work up an appetite for a welcome warm hearty meal. As well, during the […]