This past week, the US Department of the Interior confirmed that they intend to move the Bureau of Land Management’s headquarters from Washington, DC to a western state location. Although no specifics were provided on the potential new home of the BLM, some of the locations being discussed are Grand Junction, Colorado, Boise, Idaho, and Salt […]
The perfect free RV campsite is always within reach. Learn these four things to know about free RV camping and your spot will stay free for years to come.
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 […]
If you enjoy free and low cost camping on America’s public lands, it’s a good idea to know the differences between national forests, parks and wilderness areas. Why? Because recreation regulations that apply to one type of public land might be very different on another, and violating them could earn you a hefty fine. Remember: […]
Free camping in Colorado’s popular Salida East riverfront camping area may be a thing of the past if the Bureau of Land Management has its way. In a surprising announcement by the BLM, the land is being considered for inclusion in the Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area, which is managed by the Colorado Parks and Wildlife […]