My wife and I love exploring old, forgotten places that seldom (if ever) receive mention in a travel guidebook. That is one of several reasons why you will find us camped in the boondocks. Seldom visited attractions in remote areas equate to lack of supporting services like motels, restaurants, and RV parks. Such is the […]
The sign as you turn east off Highway 395 just south of Lee Vining, California states “Narrow Winding Road Next 46 Miles,” but don’t let that discourage you from driving the span of Highway 120. It is mostly RV friendly and full of adventure. The following is a list of things to see and do […]
Those of you that have followed this blog over the years know my preferred cost for a nightly campsite is free. However, free campsites are not always conveniently located near the places I want to visit, so when I do pay for a space, I like a campground that offers real value for the dollar. […]
Red Bluff Recreation Area in Northern California has been a regular stop along the way for my wife and I as we return home from our annual fall trip to the desert southwest. It is just a short distance off I-5 with a campground offering large spaces, some water and electric sites along with reasonable […]
South Lake Tahoe, California offers plenty in the way of golf courses, along with some very nice RV parks, too. Since 1960, Tahoe Paradise Golf Course has been one of the most popular courses in the area. The 18-hole, par 66 measures just 4,028 yards from the back tees, which allows golfers to finish a […]
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