Every year thousands of RVers rev up their rigs and motor to NASCAR events across the country to take in the sport of speed and enjoy the RV camaraderie that goes along with it.
Heading south for the winter is an endless tradition among RVers with Arizona being one of the more popular destinations for snowbirds. Just in time to host winter visitors, The MotorCoach Resort at Wild Horse Pass in Chandler, Arizona is a newer RV resort since its opening in September 2016. Although there are many Arizona […]
Add variety to your seasonal snowbird travels with this short list of the west’s best urban RV campgrounds for wandering winter RV snowbirds.
Looking for a low-cost way to beat summer crowds on your next RV trip? Consider exploring national monuments with RV camping.
Turn to your favorite authors to plot an unforgettable course of great book lovers destinations for RVers from coast to coast.
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
In the heat of an Arizona summer, the last thing you want to do is park your RV in a blazing hot campsite without any shade. But if you’re headed to the Tucson Lazydays KOA during the hottest time of year, you’ll now have an opportunity to escape the unbearable heat by camping underneath the […]
Families who are new to camping can learn how to make the most of their time outdoors by enrolling in the Family Campout Program conducted by Arizona State Parks. Registration is now open for weekend sessions this fall and the spring of 2016. Trained camp coordinators help families learn to set up a tent, build […]