Add variety to your seasonal snowbird travels with this short list of the west’s best urban RV campgrounds for wandering winter RV snowbirds.
Heading northwest of San Bernardino County leads to the Mojave Desert and El Mirage Off-Highway Vehicle Area where RVers can enjoy many land-based activities.
Rattlesnakes inhabit various regions of the U.S. and RVers need to be extra cautious no matter the season to prevent from becoming a victim of a venomous snake bite.
Need a break from Interstate 5? This relaxing RV resort with wine tasting is your best best for camping in Orland, California.
Yes, you can escape crowds in the Golden State. A new guide to private RV camping in California along the Eastern Sierra tells you how.
Don’t let autumn sneak up on you without a year-end road trip. Check out these great fall destinations for RVers and celebrate a new season.
For those of you that have never RVed through the agricultural portions of The Golden State, California Border Protection Stations (aka inspection stations) are check points located on popular routes entering California where state inspectors check vehicles with the hopes of stopping the spread of invasive species that could decimate local crops.
Looking for a low-cost way to beat summer crowds on your next RV trip? Consider exploring national monuments with RV camping.
Although gold was discovered long ago in central California, there are still some nuggets remaining nearly 170 years later. Apple Mountain Golf Resort, which is located outside of historic Placerville, is one of those hidden treasures. Located about 50 miles east of Sacramento off U.S. Hwy. 50, Apple Mountain is carved out of towering stands […]
San Luis Obispo County, which is tucked away in the central region of California, offers a diverse RVing experience that includes expansive beaches along its coastal shoreline with sun-filled valleys to the North that’s home to several of the Golden State’s acclaimed vineyards and wineries. With 80 miles of coastline along California State Route (SR)-1, […]
Temecula, CA, is a popular destination anytime of the year. Come May 20-22, 2016, however, the region ramps up the excitement level with its 33rd Annual Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival, which attracts approximately 40,000 visitors, up to 20 top wineries, plus various micro breweries and food vendors who combine to showcase various wines, […]