Highway 101 follows the Pacific Ocean for the entire stretch of the Oregon Coast, passing several small towns, state parks, RV campgrounds and resorts. There’s a little something for everyone whether you just want to relax by the beach, browse the local ocean-themed shops, or simply grab some binoculars and watch for gray whales. Every […]
Vermont may be one of the smallest states in the country, but its history and charm are huge draws year-round. Though Montpelier, with a population of less than 10,000, is the state capital, Burlington is the largest city with just under 50,000 residents. North Beach Campground in Burlington is a popular RV park for many […]
For those adventuresome RVers driving the Alaska Highway to Alaska this year, a stop in Whitehorse should be on the agenda. Whitehorse, in Canada’s Yukon Territory, is located 1,550 miles north of Seattle. In Whitehorse, it’s like stepping back in time, but with lots of modern-day amenities, like those available at Caribou RV Park. Caribou […]
The Guadalupe River begins near Kerrville in Texas Hill Country and flows southeast for about 225 miles until it empties in the San Antonio Bay on the Gulf of Mexico. Several campgrounds and resorts are located along the riverbank with easy access for activities like tubing, kayaking and canoeing, and fishing for trout and bass. […]
The Natchez Trace Parkway stretches more than 444 miles through three states and 10,000 years of North American history. This scenic parkway links Natchez, Mississippi with Nashville and crosses some of the most beautiful terrain in the states of Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee. Declared a National Scenic Byway and an All-American Road, the Natchez Trace […]
During the Klondike-Alaskan Gold Rush of the late 1800s, a network of roadhouses and lodges were established as checkpoints along popular trails between the gold fields and camps. They were used by travelers, mail delivery, and cargo drivers as places to grab a meal, warm up, lodge, and rest their mule or dog teams. Heavily […]
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.