Roadtrip Travel

9 Unexpected Spring Break Road Trip Destinations In The U.S.

When we feel trapped under the florescent lights of the daily grind, spring break and its sweet promises of freedom, fresh air, and adventure can help us make it through the dead of winter. Adventure is closer and more affordable than you might think, especially when you take lodging into your own hands and rent…

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7 Tips To Make Your First Road Trip Unforgettable

Ah, nothing says adventure quite like the iconic road trip. Just you, your closest friends or family, the open road, and blue skies ahead. But if this is your first road trip, it’s important to realize that adventures sometimes involve breakdowns, bickerings, traffic jams, and bad weather too—to name a few. To make the most…

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5 Under-The-Radar National Parks To Explore This Year

The National Park System welcomed nearly 331 million visitors in 2017. Six million visitors flocked to see the mesmerizing Grand Canyon, the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon attracted 2.5 million tourists and four million people saw the towering red cliffs of Zion National Park. In fact, half of national park visitation occurred in 27 of the…

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Ready, Set, Hike It: Mount Rainier

There’s nothing more liberating than standing at 14,000 feet above sea level, knowing you had to climb close to 9,000 feet to get there. The trek to the top of Mount Rainier—an incredible, active volcano that also happens to be the most glaciated peak in the contiguous U.S.—is no small feat. Some say it’s unique…

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Must See: 5 Hikes With Stunning Waterfall Vistas

Chances are, if you’re reading this, you already know that TLC was wrong about chasing waterfalls—we can confidently conclude they’re worth chasing. Whether it’s the mystery of why and how a nearly infinite amount of water cascades over incredible cliff sides, or it’s the mesmerizing echo of roaring water that captivates us, one thing is…

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Life On The Road: Warren Tribe

The Warren Tribe is an Australian family of six that’s spent the past 12 months venturing around the Australian coast in their airstream trailer. They’ve settled down in Byron Bay for now, but took a moment to chat with us about their time on the road so far and how it has strengthened their bond…

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How To Spend A Day In Albuquerque, New Mexico  

Albuquerque, New Mexico is a wonderful city, full of art, great food, and convenient transportation options including an airport, train station and bus system. It’s well worth a visit by RV, but choosing where to go and what to do during your stay can be overwhelming. Here’s your guide to where to go and what…

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5 Delicious Ways To Use Peanut Butter On Your Next Camping Trip

Peanut butter is admittedly a bit of a controversial food. Is it healthy? Well, it depends on who you ask, but it certainly isn’t healthy to make it a staple of our diet. Nevertheless, we love it because it’s an easy protein source, it’s convenient and generally shelf-stable, and most of all, it’s truly delicious—for…

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6 Ways To Stay Warm In A Camper Without A Heater

The onset of cold weather doesn’t have to mean it’s the end of the camping season. Winter camping can have a lot of perks, such as fewer crowds and different types of wildlife ready for the viewing. Camping can be a year-round experience with the correct know-how and equipment. Here, we offer up some tips to…

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6 Australian National Parks You Need To Know About

Three weeks ago, I boarded a plane with my husband, way too many bags, and a one-way ticket to Australia. Living abroad has always been a goal of ours, so when a job opportunity arose, offering 2-plus years to live in Melbourne, we jumped at the chance. I have to admit that the one thing…

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