When most people think about canyonlands, they may not first think of western Colorado. However, the canyons of the Colorado Plateau along Colorado State Highway 141 between Grand Junction and Dove Creek are stunningly beautiful and offer a multitude of options for exploring their hidden depths. Highway 141 winds its way through roughly 160 miles of […]
For years I have shared the benefits of Google Earth to RVers, as the digital images (satellite, street view and user posted photos) can let you know what to expect prior to traveling to an area. Some of the useful advantages include: – Determining the true length of the campsites in advance – Figuring out […]
Checking to make sure your brake lights are working before departing on a trip has been problematic for years. Without a partner to stand behind your RV or trailer and tell you if they’re operating meant you had to jamb something between the vehicle’s floorboard and brake pedal, then run to the back of your […]
If you are the parent of twin 10-year old boys, an “active lifestyle” is rarely an option. The Speers family of Evergreen, Colorado, however, takes active living to a whole new level! During the summer months, you can find Andrew, Nicole, and twins Lucas and Aidan (10) completely at home in their Craigslist find mobile […]
To most people, the largest state in the nation conjures up visions of natural adventures, untamed places, and wild people. Alaska is a BIG land. If you overlay the state of Alaska with the contiguous US, it would stretch from the California coast to the Florida panhandle and north to the Great Lakes. Even with […]
When traveling through the Midwest, consider this unique two-state vacation. You can go golfing in Minnesota with your RV parked in Wisconsin. Separated by the mighty Mississippi River, Red Wing Golf Course in Minnesota is less than two miles from Island Campground and Marina in Hager City, WI. Family-owned by the Moyers for the last […]
RV history expert David Woodworth explains how modern designs and RVing’s popularity point to a bright future for the RV industry.
It was late December and the daily transition from day to night unfolded around us as our dog teams marched along the snowy roadway. Puffs of frosty breath rose amid the pastel sunset and monochromatic colors of the arctic landscape. We wouldn’t see other human beings for the next several hours as we covered the […]
Located in Holley, New York, 40 minutes from Rochester and Buffalo, Hickory Ridge Golf & RV Resort has scenic RV sites and one of the best manicured 18-hole championship golf courses around. The resort is ideal for tournament-quality golf, upscale weddings, banquet services, and quiet RV vacationing. Hickory Ridge RV Resort is located in a […]
Full-time RVing before retirement might seem like a dumb idea. But if you can overcome the two biggest drawbacks to doing it, you can be just as financially secure during retirement as anyone else.
In 2005, Hurricane Katrina devastated parts of New Orleans, including the venerable City Park Golf Complex. It wasn’t until 2008 that the North Course was rebuilt and the driving range reopened. It has been a long process, but in the spring of 2017, the much-awaited Bayou Oaks South Course in City Park finally opened to […]