Tired of un-level campsites? Go out and enjoy spacious, big campsites at Army Corps of Engineers RV Campgrounds.
Illegal dumps threaten free camping in U.S. national forests from Alaska to Maine. As more free campsites are closed, could yours be next?
During our RV adventures across the Western U.S., my wife and I may go weeks without staying in a conventional campground with hook ups. Dispersed camping in the boondocks is our preferred place to camp. It’s quiet, typically close to the places we want to explore and the price is right. While there many ways […]
When I conduct my dispersed camping seminars I am typically asked what is the best RV for dry camping. While some types of RVs are more friendly for this type of RVing than others, the question really should be, “what should I look for in a RV if I want to use it for dry […]
There many givens when it comes to outfitting a RV. But here’s a list of essential camping gear to bring along the next time you hit the road.
The National Park Service’s well-publicized 2016 centennial celebration attracted more people than ever, which may cause changes to the way we enjoy National Park RV vacations.
Planning is the most exciting part of a trip. But when driving to Alaska through BC and the Yukon, it’s the most important part of the trip.
It’s time to get out and vote. For those who are undecided, look closely at the candidate’s stance on public land use, which is vital for the future of disperse camping.
Are bike camper RVs pure fantasy? Two inventions make it possible for pedal-powered tiny homes on wheels to appear at campgrounds near you.
Summer holidays can be limited to enjoy life on the road, yet New York`s Finger Lakes Region is ideal for quick weekend RV trips with its many attractions.
As more tourists do dumb things in America’s parks and forests, the #Campout2016 program helps educate visitors about wildlife and conservation.