In the last installment, we ventured to Nevada’s Eagle Valley and explored Echo Canyon State Park’s scenic Ash Canyon. The unusual thing about Eagle Canyon is the abundance (by Nevada standards) of flowing water. This water first drew the Fremont people over a thousand years ago who hunted and gathered, then farmers and ranchers in […]
The southeast corner of Oklahoma is a popular destination for outdoor lovers, and Beavers Bend State Park a few miles north of Broken Bow is one of the main reasons. If you thrive in the outdoors, this is the place to visit. Nestled in among the trees and alongside the Mountain Fork River are rustic […]
Just east of Pioche, Nevada lays Echo Canyon State Park. You are not likely to find it listed in many travel guides, but if you are an adventurous RVer (like me and my wife), make sure you detour off Highway 93 for a couple of days to explore the area the next time you find […]
There are many scenic parks where you can camp along Lake Michigan. They don’t have luxurious full hookup sites with lots of amenities but the rates are cheaper than most waterfront resorts and they’ll put you just a short walk from the beach. With summer almost here, we rounded up fifteen state parks where you […]
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 […]
New England has many scenic parks with RV-friendly campgrounds between its forested mountains and Atlantic coastline. These parks from Connecticut to Maine are some of the best home bases while exploring this beautiful northeastern region. 1. Franconia Notch State Park, New Hampshire Franconia Notch State Park lies between the Franconia and Kinsman mountain ranges in […]
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.