Roadtrip Travel

Beautiful Vermont RV Parks Open All Winter Long

Instead of heading cross-country to the warmer states to escape winter’s chill, why not head out to snowy winter destinations for a relaxing break? Vermont may seem like an unlikely location for those winter RV excursions, but with careful planning and a whole lot of winter initiatives from the locals, it’s fast becoming a go-to…

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Top 3 Retro Attractions in San Francisco

If you love seeking out the hidden past of the places you visit, a retro experience of the West Coast may be in your future. Start by renting out an amazing retro rig like this one and then cruising up Highway 1. When you hit San Francisco, we have 3 ideas for great retro attractions for…

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Why an A-frame trailer is perfect for a family on a budget

If you and your family are ready to set out on a new adventure, but your budget simply won’t allow it, it might be time to look at things another way. While a tight budget might limit your options a bit, it is absolutely not a reason to set aside your family’s adventurous spirit. Instead,…

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Bouldering for Kids

Family traveling can seem like a daunting undertaking without proper preparation. Convenient concepts often drift from daydream to drama, converting to chaos quicker than a B-list celebrity marriage. However, it’s important to remember kids are resilient. If you plan and provide possibilities, they’ll become as pliant as Play-Doh. That might be a “stretch,” but the…

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Haunted RV Parks for Halloween

From Ashley’s creepy Evil Dead cabin in the woods to the screams that echoed over the notorious waters of Jason’s Crystal Lake, there’s a wilderness getaway behind almost every scary story. Travelers on the road this Halloween looking for sanctuary on a crisp autumn night…well, let’s just say these haunted RV parks won’t be of any…

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RV Tailgating Made Easy

It’s as easy as two simple steps. #1: Start with the perfect parking spot. When you pull into the parking lot you will have some options, especially if you get there early enough. Think about where you want to be. Do you think it might rain? If so, look for cover from a tree or…

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A History Buff’s Perfect 5 Days in Florida

Florida makes many of us think of sunshine and golfing, but this Southern state has so much more. You’ll be surprised to discover that Florida is a history buff’s treasure! Spend 5 days in Florida exploring these 5 places that are worth your time. Stop #1: Fort Gadsden Begin in the north, and visit Fort…

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My First RV Trip to Yosemite

Before last week, I had never driven an RV before. It’s a bit shameful to admit, since my job here at Outdoorsy is Director of Marketing (Content & SEO). I’ve found with ignorance, though, it’s always best to admit what you don’t know right up front and get it out of the way. You never…

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Winter RV Travel: Skiing in Banff!

Recreational vehicles aren’t limited to the summer season, and neither are the parks that will welcome your camper, trailer, or motorhome. Perks of winter RV travel include activities like snowshoeing, wildlife viewing, and ice fishing. In Canada, you can let go of concerns about extra costs associated with heating, extra gas, or winter gear, because the American…

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Winter Lake Fishing: Perch in the Midwest

When it comes to fresh fish, perch nears the top of the American eating list. A member of the walleye family, yellow perch is great for a fish fry, especially in the Midwest. If you know where to find perch, you can catch them yourself and host your own fish fry like none other. You only…

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