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, […]
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.
State parks generally offer quality golf courses, many with surrounding activities. Oak Mountain State Park in Pelham, Alabama is just that as it offers plenty of activity on and off the course.
The National Park Service (NPS) is ramping up for an exciting season offering many places to explore, celebrate and learn about during its highly-acclaimed Centennial Anniversary this summer.
Winnebago and Land O’Frost have teamed to promote the “Celebrate a Century of U.S. National Parks” Game. According to a recent release, contestants can participate by looking for specially-marked packages of Land O’Frost Premium lunch meat for game pieces with special codes. They will then be asked to visit www.landofrost.com/parks/ to submit a code for […]
Grandkids and Grandparents have a lot in common. Both appreciate life, they don’t usually get to see each other as much as they would like to, and they have a good deal of spare time. Kids want to learn stuff and seniors are in a great position to teach. What could be better? This seems […]
There is no mistaking the beauty of the National Parks in the United States. Since the establishment of the National Park Service in 1916, transient travelers across the nation have been drawn to the various regions year after year. Following the recent details of the 2015 Annual Park Ranking Report by the National Park Service […]
When RVers decide to hit the road for good and enjoy the full-timing lifestyle, many will buy a rig that’s packed with all the comforts of a sticks and bricks home. However, some full-timers like Kyle and Olivia believe that bigger isn’t always better and keeping things simple is the way to go. Last year […]
When I was just a lad, which I must confess was more than 50 years ago, my family often headed over the Cascade Mountains from Portland seeking refuge from the rain. We camped all over Central Oregon, but the area we fell in love with was around the town of Sisters. Back then, Sisters had […]
As most RVers know, Utah has many beautiful destinations. Not only does the state have five national parks and six national monuments worthy of a visit, but also 43 excellent state parks. In 1999, while working on my book, Camping Utah, my husband, Mike, and I traveled more than 8,000 miles in Utah checking out […]