Dawson Creek is a small town in British Columbia, Canada that is best known as being “Mile 0” of the Alaska Highway. For those adventuring by road to Alaska, the Alaska Highway (or AlCan) is the only road to Alaska, crossing through British Columbia and the Yukon Territory before entering Alaska. If you are traveling […]
The main West Coast highway, Interstate 5, runs all the way from the California-Mexico border north to the Washington-Canada border. It connects most of the major cities from San Diego and Los Angeles to Portland and Seattle. It largely parallels Highway 101 and California Route 1, or more famously known as the Pacific Coast Highway. […]
Every boondocker has their favorite out-of-the-way campsites. Sometimes it is nice to shake things up and try a new spot. There are several websites out there that help adventure-seekers find good campsites, such as Campground Reviews and Freecampsites.net. Most public lands (USFS or BLM) offer free dispersed camping as well, although some established campgrounds on […]
Steamboat Springs, home of over 15 Olympic skiers including Billy Kidd and Johnny Spillane, is widely known for its champagne powder skiing, but the town makes for a great getaway year-round. This northern Colorado town sits about 3 hours west of Fort Collins and is a delightful mix of outdoor adventure, cowboys, and history. The […]
Sometimes the best attractions aren’t the ones in travel directories, but the ones you find yourself. Such was the case when we were visiting the Pyramid Lake area in Nevada. Pyramid Lake is a remnant of the much larger ancient Lake Lahontan, which has been evaporating for thousands of years. As the lake shrank, its […]
The sights and sounds of the natural world are a highlight to any outdoor adventure and a driving reason many people take the plunge into RV life. Being able to get out and feel the breeze on your face while listening to the rustle of leaves overhead, the babble of a brook, or quietly watching […]
On August 21 North America is ground zero for a total eclipse of the sun. Try these tips for the best way to go RVing for eclipse 2017.
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If you’ve ever wondered why some RV rest areas area so funky, a new road trip photo essay book called “The Last Stop” explains why.
Silverton, Colorado in San Juan County, is surrounded by towering mountains with plenty of activities to enjoy during your RVing adventure.