Highway 101 runs the entire length of the Oregon Coast, but for a short stretch you can branch off on the Three Capes Scenic Route to visit three beautiful oceanside parks in a row. Several RV parks are in the area with easy access to the beach and local restaurants. Start your trip in Lincoln […]
Get that trusty bike down from your RV ladder, lace your walking shoes and go RVing near great bike and walking trails in the west.
Northern California has some of the country’s best weather along with plenty of outdoor activities. Featuring more than 200 miles of hiking and biking trails, Redding, California is the perfect place to get in touch with Mother Nature. Mountain Gate RV Park is a great home base. This pet-friendly park offers 108 sites and lots […]
This past week, the US Department of the Interior confirmed that they intend to move the Bureau of Land Management’s headquarters from Washington, DC to a western state location. Although no specifics were provided on the potential new home of the BLM, some of the locations being discussed are Grand Junction, Colorado, Boise, Idaho, and Salt […]
As you know, my preferred campsite is in the boondocks on public property. My wife and I enjoy the solitude, scenery, and convenience. The price is right, too. Another advantage of camping in the boondocks is that your dog typically does not need to be leashed, as there are seldom leash laws in the boonies […]
On a crisp fall day, I stand on the shore of a lake that is sparkling with a million sunlit stars across it; the warm sun on my face making a noticeable contrast to the coolness of the breeze at my back. The day is a perfect blend of summer shorts and soft fall flannel […]
Just 20 minutes west of Denver at the edge of the Rocky Mountain foothills, Golden, Colorado is a modern-day gold rush town with something for everyone. The town was first settled in 1859 when Colorado was a US territory and served as the Territory Capitol until 1867 when the more developed city of Denver became […]