Roadtrip Travel

Wild Animal Encounter Safety

One of the most exciting aspects of exploring the wild places of North America (like National Parks or remote destinations) is observing wild animals in their natural habitat. The thrill of an unexpected animal encounter is hard to match. While hiking in Badlands National Park my wife and I came face to face with a…

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Where to Take an RV this St. Patrick’s Day

It’s March again which mean spring is coming, but more importantly, St. Patrick’s day is almost here! This year, St. Patrick’s day is on a Saturday which leaves plenty of time to celebrate. Why not rent an RV and enjoy this holiday on the road. Here are amazing weekend destinations for your St. Patricks Holiday….

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5 Can’t-Miss Activities at Dry Tortugas National Park

Dry Tortugas National Park is one of the most remote National Parks in the US. It’s located 70 miles west from Key West, Florida, in the Gulf of Mexico. In fact, it’s so far west, that you actually enter the Central Time zone when you get there! In order to maximize your visit, we’ve put…

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Tips for NASCAR RV Tailgating

NASCAR has a long and intimate history with RVing. Since the earliest days of the sport, fans have traveled in their RVs to attend races. No other sport supports and encourages RVers like NASCAR does. And no other sports fans tailgate quite like NASCAR fans do.

If you are a NASCAR fan and have never camped out at a track in an RV, you need to fix that ASAP.  If you are an avid RVer, have never attended a NASCAR race, and think it could be interesting, by all means, do it! It really is an experience like no other in the RV and sporting world.

Tips for Finding Free Campsites

There is an art to finding the perfect free campsite during an RV road trip. The convenience of a campsite with amenities is always nice when enjoying an adventure on the road. However, some of the best spots are the ones with no amenities and cost you nothing. This post is about finding the best…

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5 Reasons You Need to Visit North Carolina’s Outer Banks

North Carolina’s Outer Banks are a great place to visit in an RV for a few weeks, or even a month if you have the time! There are campgrounds throughout the islands at a variety of price points and this incredible 200-mile string of islands is an extraordinary place to experience nature – the area…

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It’s Not all About the Slopes: Hidden Gems in Colorado

When dreaming about a road trip out west, Colorado is one of the first states that comes to mind. Colorado is famous for its world-class skiing, but there is much more to do and see in this colorful state. Don’t miss these hidden gems in Colorado! Great Sand Dunes National Park This spot is probably…

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How to Boondock on the Beach

One of our favorite places that we have ever camped has to be when we boondocked on the beach at the Bolivar Flats near Galveston, TX. We had heard many people talk about beachfront boondocking, and we figured you would be close to, or near the beach. Once we actually got out there, we found…

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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!

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