Roadtrip Travel

One Week in Capitol Reef National Park

Capitol Reef National Park is a geologic wonder. It’s a long strip of a park oriented around a feature called The Waterpocket Fold. This is a massive fold in the earth’s crust that was exposed by the uplift of the Colorado Plateau. Like so much of Utah, the resulting landscape is an absolute stunner. Find yourself a great RV and get ready for one week in Capitol Reef!

Keeping Your Pets Safe in the RV When You are Away

One of the greatest things about traveling in an RV is that you no longer have to leave your fur kids at home while you travel around the country.  It definitely makes it easier to bring your dogs, cats, or in our case, our pet silkie chicken named Brienne of Tarth, everywhere you go. But,…

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How to Make an Epic Road Trip Playlist You Won’t Get Tired Of

It’s hard to imagine a road trip without the open road and an amazing playlist blasting from your speakers. On any type of road trip, there are bound to be long stretches of boring road. A continuous stream of amazing music can be a wonderful source of entertainment. Even if you aren’t on a boring drive,…

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Must-See Places on an Epic Alaska Road Trip

Doesn’t every RV enthusiast dream of an Alaska road trip? Living one year in south-central Alaska has allotted me to explore some amazing places. This post will mostly focus on an ideal road trip for a short amount of time. Make sure to check out the following destinations, if you find yourself road tripping the…

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Why You Should Camp at State and County Parks

When you think about your dream camping location, whether you’re going for a weekend excursion or if you live full-time on the road, do you imagine wide open spaces, maybe right on a lake or river, or secluded in the mountains with trees as far as the eye can see? How about for a small…

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One Week in Big Bend National Park

Folks told me that Texas was flat and boring. Big Bend National Park single-handedly proves them wrong. It is a gorgeous landscape of mountains, canyons, deserts, and rivers. It is home to a range of wonderful wildlife. And it all makes for one incredible adventure. So get your crew ready and read about the awesome…

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Why You Should Visit the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

I don’t have a lot of disposable income. So, some of my favorite ways to vacation involve places that are cheap or free, like national parks, botanical gardens and free performances. But when my husband and I planned to spend a couple of weeks in Tucson last winter, I knew there was one thing we’d…

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Annual Park Pass: Is it Worth it?

This past summer, I went on an epic road trip from Alaska to Colorado. It has always been a dream of mine to visit all U.S. national parks and this trip would be a great way to cross a few off the list. So, after some research, I  planned the route, which included Denali, Wrangell…

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The Perfect Colorado Ski Trip in an RV

Don’t let the cold weather scare you away from RVing this winter. If you love to ski, you know that hotels and mountain cabins can be extremely pricey this time of year in popular ski towns, like Colorado. However, renting an RV can be the perfect way to afford an epic ski trip this season!…

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