Chewelah Golf and Country Club RV Park ranks as one of the top hidden gems in northeast Washington. Located 45 minutes north of Spokane, this premiere park and golf course offers 27 holes of golf and 27 sites for RVs. The 18-hole course is carved into majestic conifers, boasting plush bent-grass greens, manicured fairways, and […]
In the last installment we looked at options for camping on state land, using Washington State as an example. This week I will share what you can expect in the way of camping and adventures when exploring the Colockum Wildlife Area, which is one of 33 wildlife areas in Washington State. The 105,662 acre Colockum […]
In the past two installments we have looked at equipping your new RV for its first campout. While you might choose a state park or private RV park for your first outing, I am going to share a tip of where to find free campsites that most RV newbies are unaware of. Most every state […]
Don’t let the West Coast RV parking shortages ruin your stay. Here’s how to cope when you go RVing in California, Oregon or Washington.
Luck has been given a prominent status in fishing lore and beginner`s luck is legendary. Well, this old fisherman doesn’t quite buy luck theory. With more than 65 years of fishing oceans, rivers, lakes and streams, I’ve learned that most fish are caught by the best anglers.
Washington State Discover Pass allows access to hundreds of thousands of acres on 33 wildlife areas across the state, including L.T. Murray in Ellensburg.
There are many reason to visit and experience Fort Flagler State Park. In fact, over the past few blogs we have been revisiting a recent trip of mine along the northeastern section of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula.
This week I am sharing another little known place to explore on the north end of Washington’s scenic Olympic Peninsula near the historic seaport of Port Townsend.
Don’t let autumn sneak up on you without a year-end road trip. Check out these great fall destinations for RVers and celebrate a new season.
The Olympic Peninsula offers many destinations but exploring these trails means taking in history and breathtaking scenery.
Making our way home from the Olympic Peninsula following a week of camping, clamming, crabbing, searching out sea glass, hiking and visiting with friends, a hiccup occurred that was way beyond our control.