The Ardmore, Oklahoma area is home to some of the finest camping and golf facilities in the entire Sooner State. The crown jewel is Lake Murray State Park, Oklahoma’s first and largest state park that encompasses 12,500 acres. This park’s diverse terrain, exceptional trails, and historic sites make Lake Murray State Park a favorite destination […]
You could visit a new national park every month and it would still take years to see them all. There are 59 vast areas currently preserved as National Parks across the US, not to mention the hundreds of other recreation sites, state parks, and national monuments. Take some time in 2018 to mark these ten […]
Arkansas’ DeGray Lake Resort State Park offers plenty of activities year-round. Featuring 113 campsites and an 18-hole championship golf course, DeGray Lake Resort State Park is set on 938 acres in Bismarck, an unincorporated town eight miles north of Arkadelphia. The pet-friendly state park features include pull-throughs and big rig access for RVs. Hook ups […]
West of Seattle, the Kitsap Peninsula is an oasis for people who love the outdoors. Thanks to its remote location across Puget Sound, this region is less visited than other areas just outside of the big city and maintains a more peaceful, easygoing way of life. With shoreline along Puget Sound and the Hood Canal, […]
Updated 1/23/2018: A short-term bill was passed to end the government shutdown. This reopened the government and provides funding only through February 8. Source: Q13 Fox. On January 19, 2018, the federal government shut down after Congress was not able to agree on a budget. While this doesn’t stop the U.S. Postal Service and […]
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 […]
On a long, isolated stretch of the Alaska Highway at historical mile 496, between Fort Nelson, BC and Watson Lake, Yukon, there is a hidden oasis in the lush muskeg of the northern Rocky Mountains. The Liard Hot Springs Provincial Park includes two beautiful hot springs pools and a Provincial campground amid the natural beauty […]
“If a camper visits a national park and doesn’t actually post about it on Facebook, did it really happen?” When the National Park Service was established in 1916, President Woodrow Wilson wasn’t looking for ways to provide high-speed internet. Visitors didn’t need to check their Facebook or upload selfies from the Grand Canyon to their […]
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Don’t wait for summer campers to crowd you out. Plan a spring vacation now at any (or all!) of these five great national parks to visit before summer.
Outside of Georgia’s more populated areas are more than 30 state parks, which are all ideal for RVers and easily accessible off I-75.