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Not-To-Miss Fall Festivals In The U.S.

Fall is here! Celebrate the changing of the leaves, the cooler weather and the coming of all things pumpkin and spice with a visit to a fall festival this year. Here are nine of our favorites from throughout the U.S. Ellicottville Fall Festival Held Oct. 6 through 7, enjoy New York’s peak fall foliage with…

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Scenic Route: The North Cascades Highway

I listen to the consistent hum of Buttercup as she hits 45 mph, the fastest she’ll go for the next 10 miles. Buttercup is a 1976 VW bus and she’s steadily climbing towards Washington Pass on Highway 20. My husband and I have driven this route multiple times, often in a newer, automatic, and air…

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How To Get Over The Fear Of RV Camping In A Parking Lot

Sleeping in an RV is great. Why? Because you can literally sleep almost anywhere you park it. But if you’re new to RVing, you may be nervous about the idea of sleeping in a new, strange environment each night—not to mention new, occasionally strange people. The truth? We’ve all been there, and chances are, you’ll…

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Camp Cooking In A Dutch Oven

Want to get serious about campout cooking? Get a Dutch Oven. They were considered essential cookware on the Americain frontier. Luis and Clack brought a Dutch Oven along on their famous expedition. They traveled by covered wagon to every corner of the country. They may look primitive, but with the right knowledge, you can cook nearly anything with one.

Top 5 National Parks East Of The Mississippi

When most people think of the national parks in the U.S., popular locations like Yellowstone and Yosemite come to mind, but there are some amazing parks located on the east coast of the U.S. as well. Scattered from the northern state of Maine to the most southern state of Florida, the following five parks are…

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Guide to Visiting Asheville, NC

Dubbed the “Land of the Sky,” Asheville, North Carolina is an underrated town full of amazing food, craft beer, and gorgeous nature. It holds tight to its roots as a small mountain town while also being a liberal enclave in the conservative South. Here’s our quick tip guide to visiting Asheville, NC. Where to eat…

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Oktoberfest Celebrations Across America

Traveling across the country by RV has many great benefits. One perk is you get to take part in regional celebrations wherever you are on the road. This fall, why not enjoy a rousing oompah band and plenty of good beer at any one of the Oktoberfest events scattered across America? Even though the origins…

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How To Build A Campfire

Making a fire is one of the most ancient technologies of human civilization. We no longer need this for survival, especially not when you are camping in an RV. But, it’s still mighty handy for enjoying a night of hot dogs, toasted marshmallows, and good conversation by the fire-side. Grab a hot chocolate and let’s take a look at how to build a campfire.

A Quest For The Best: Scenic Weekend Drives In The U.S.

There’s a reason you prefer driving over flying. Maybe it’s the road trip snacks or shamelessly belting out your favorite tunes, but more than likely it also has to do with that feeling you get when you’re driving down an open road—windows rolled down as you gaze at the beautiful landscape. If anything proves that…

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Here Is Your RV Pre-Travel Checklist

You’ve rented an RV from Outdoorsy and are anxious to hit the road. But before you pull out of the driveway, let’s make sure you’ve closed, opened, secured, tied down, pulled in and locked everything on the rig. Because nothing ruins a trip like a mistake that could have been prevented. Most motorhomes and travel…

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