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.
The main West Coast highway, Interstate 5, runs all the way from the California-Mexico border north to the Washington-Canada border. It connects most of the major cities from San Diego and Los Angeles to Portland and Seattle. It largely parallels Highway 101 and California Route 1, or more famously known as the Pacific Coast Highway. […]
Located about 150 miles north of Minneapolis in central Minnesota, Pequot Lakes is home to Wildwedge Golf and RV Park. In addition to the 31-space RV park, Wildwedge Resort offers a nine-hole executive golf course, 18 holes of mini golf, and a 10,000-square-foot mystery maze. Wildwedge Golf Course is a mere 1,061 yards. The par […]
Cripple Creek, Colorado and its sister city, Victor, are located about an hour southwest of Colorado Springs at an elevation of almost 9,500 feet. Although it is known as one of Colorado’s casino towns with plenty of modern casinos, the Cripple Creek area has a rich and vibrant history. Ute tribes used the land as part […]
Red Rocks Amphitheatre is a unique outdoor venue located in Morrison, Colorado (about 15 miles west of Denver). Red Rocks has hosted multitudes of world-class concerts where musicians take advantage of the natural acoustics from the surrounding rock formations. The Beatles, Nat King Cole, U2, Jimi Hendrix, Radiohead, The Grateful Dead, Jethro Tull, John Denver, […]
In the last installment we were exploring the Mosier Tunnels located in the Columbia River Gorge. An often overlooked camping option when exploring the attractions along the Columbia River are recreation areas under the jurisdiction of the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), or sometimes just referred to as the Corps of Engineers (COE). […]
Talkeetna, Alaska is possibly one of the most iconic south-central Alaskan towns. Filled with a delightful mix of artists, bush pilots, mountaineers, brew masters, and musicians, a diverse cast of characters populates the town of about 700 people. Talkeetna was initially founded as a railroad hub for the Alaskan Railroad system in 1916. It is […]
Editor’s note: This resort is now permanently closed as of September 2018. An oasis in Central Oregon’s desert, Kah-Nee-Ta Resort & Spa has RV sites with full hook-ups and a double Olympic-sized hot springs mineral pool that you can soak in. The resort is in a quiet, remote location, a short drive off US-26, southeast […]
About an hour southwest of Bozeman, nestled in a scenic valley between the Madison, Gravelly, and Tobacco Root Mountain ranges is the enchanting town of Ennis. With fewer than 1000 residents, Ennis has all of the western character and charm you would expect from a small Montana town in the heart of prime ranch land. […]
Every year, the I-75 leads millions of RVers from Canada and the U.S. Mid-West to the warmer South with many things to see and do along the way.