Planning a trip to the North Country? Don’t go RVing with marijuana in Canada until you understand the national and regional cannabis laws.
Marsha Petry and Janet Shown of Buffalo Creek, Colorado are not completely new to RVing, but have recently upgraded and are about to embark on the next chapter of their lives with a new rig. We have all been there at one time or another, and all had similar struggles with the learning curve, fears, […]
Learn, laugh and listen while your roam with the ultimate list of RV and camping podcasts for travelers.
There are both pros and cons to RVing with a boat. On the plus side, you can experience the water by your campground in a whole new way and get out fishing or simply cruising at sunset. You can also reach boat-in only campgrounds that are more private and secluded. However, boat ownership is not […]
Twenty minutes east of Grand Junction, the small town of Palisade on Colorado’s Western Slope is best known for their fresh produce, local wineries, and scenic hiking/biking trails. The nearby Island Acres Campground in Colorado River State Park used to be the closest place for RVers in town until November 2017 when a 14-acre resort […]
The Centennial State of Colorado has some incredibly diverse and road-accessible geology contained within its borders. Partially due to its altitude, dry climate, and geographic location straddling the Great Plains, the Rocky Mountains, and Plateau belt of the midwestern U.S., numerous opportunities to explore the Earth’s history recorded in its rocks and fossils are available. […]
Winnebago’s new wheelchair friendly motorhomes make RV travel easier for mobility-challenged RVers with wheelchairs, walkers and canes.
A globe trotting, van dwelling solo traveler follows her heart and home around the world to offbeat foreign and domestic destinations.
Though you probably know the Southwest for its desert landscape, you might be surprised by the many scenic lakes where you can go waterfront camping. These lakes are an oasis for activities like swimming, fishing, and kayaking, and they have campgrounds that can accommodate RVs and trailers. 1. Lake Pleasant, Arizona The cool blue Lake […]
Although the Colorado River has been carving the Grand Canyon for over 6 million years, the Grand Canyon National Park will celebrate its 100th birthday in 2019. During 2019, the Park will commemorate its past and work to inspire future generations to experience the majesty and resources that the Park provides. Native American tribes have […]
Don’t buy your next RV from a dealer until you know these nine important words that could give RV lemon law protection if the worst happens.