Crossing through the state of Washington via Interstate 90, many drivers take a break in the college-town of Ellensburg. With a population of just over 20,000, Ellensburg is the most centrally located city in the state and is also the home of Central Washington University. It’s located about an hour-and-a-half from Seattle to the east, […]
What does your campground of the future look like? A new KOA campaign attempts to answer this question at a recent RV industry trade show.
Sitting between Rimrock and Sacrifice Cliff along the Yellowstone River in south-central Montana, Billings is the state’s largest city and home to the world’s first KOA campground. The Yellowstone River, the last fully untamed free-flowing river in the lower 48 states, meanders its way along the southern edge of Billings. Along its banks you will […]
How KOA resort styles help North America’s campers choose overnight and RV vacation destinations that meet their expectations.
It might be winter but that doesn’t mean that we can’t go RVing to great places. If you’ve ever wanted to travel deep into the heart of Texas, one great place to visit is San Antonio, a snowbird destination which as KOA’s 2015 Campground of the Year is always racking up stellar ratings from RVers. […]
In the heat of an Arizona summer, the last thing you want to do is park your RV in a blazing hot campsite without any shade. But if you’re headed to the Tucson Lazydays KOA during the hottest time of year, you’ll now have an opportunity to escape the unbearable heat by camping underneath the […]
Now that you have been fortunate enough to get that dream diesel pusher motorhome; what are you going to do next? “I’m going to Camp Freightliner!” Gaffney/Spartanburg KOA I received a phone call one fine day from our friends at Freightliner Custom Chassis who suggested that I come up to Gaffney, South Carolina for a […]