A few weeks back I shared why I feel boondocking is more memorable than staying in RV parks. While you never know exactly what you will find in the boondocks, pleasant surprises seem to come with the territory. The following are a few surprises my wife and I recently experienced in our western travels. Pulling […]
Billed as the Apple Capital of the World, the picturesque town of Wenatchee in central Washington overlooks the mighty Columbia River. The natural beauty of the area is only the beginning of its appeal. Highlander Golf Course is one of the beneficiaries of that spectacular view, perched on a hillside some 800 feet above the […]
Picture yourself walking along a sun-soaked sandy beach barefoot with your loved one as waves gently lap the shoreline. A breeze gently ripples the crystal clear azure water as you enjoy the endless surrounding views. After your walk, you return to a sandy beachfront RV space to lounge under your awning as you await a […]
According to the 2016 visitation statistics, over 11.3 million people visited the Great Smokey Mountains National Park, nearly double the number that visited the second-most visited Grand Canyon. By contrast, fewer than 50,000 people combined made the trek to visit the three least-visited national parks. Whether you are looking for a unique and uncrowded wilderness […]
Don’t park on the cheap until you know the pros and cons of free camping in parking lots, driveways and public lands.
Everyone loves a campfire. Sitting around the soft, flickering light while the cool evening nips at your back. Enjoying the company of friends and family while sharing stories and roasting marshmallows. Campfires can be the exclamation point at the end of a fun-filled day. But the last people you want to see at your campfire […]
My wife and I, plus another RVing couple, thought it would be fun to travel to Oregon to view the solar eclipse in totality on Monday, August 21st. The plan was my wife and I would go early to reserve a large boondocking spot in the mountains on the Wednesday morning before the eclipse. Then […]
Weedcamping. It was destined to become a verb in the full-time RVing community. With marijuana legalization sweeping the nation, the cannabis marijuana plant harvest has joined the ranks of short term but lucrative seasonal workamping jobs such as the sugar beet harvest workers and Amazon warehouse fulfillment staffing. Interested? Here’s what you need to know to apply for jobs. […]
Do you have your campsite reserved for what is being billed as the event of the century? On Monday August 21, 2017, a total eclipse of the sun will occur from coast to coast across the United States, forming a 70 mile corridor of darkness across 14 states. The eclipse will begin as a partial […]
Summer means one thing – time to head out RVing with the family, enjoying hiking, biking, barbequing, and making s’mores around the campfire. However, nothing can take the fun and adventure out of your RV campout quicker than the buzz and bite of mosquitoes in and around your site. While no precautionary measures can guarantee […]
Here’s how you can blend overland camping and RVing into an adventure that takes you off the beaten path and into the back country.