Roadtrip Travel

15 Travel Flicks For The Armchair Adventurer

What’s better than discovering a new destination to add to your bucket list—well, aside from actually going to that destination? There’s joy in the process of finding a new country or city to ignite your travel passion, whether that’s a new island you’d never heard of or just a town on the other side of…

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Best 14ers In The Lower 48 For All Skill Levels

A 14er is a class of mountains that are at least 14,000 feet in elevation. There are a total of 67 mountains that can be considered 14ers in the lower 48 states—Colorado has 53, California has 12, and Washington has two. Whether you’re just starting your mountain-climbing journey or you have a few 14ers already…

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22 Unheard Of Festivals in the U.S.

The U.S. has no shortage of wacky festivals that bring communities closer together and draw crowds from around the country. Here are 22 unheard of festivals you should add to your bucket list pronto. Mothman Festival > Point Pleasant, West Virginia Much like the Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, or Sasquatch, Mothman is an urban legend….

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10 Best Hot Springs In The U.S.

There’s nothing better than soaking in the therapeutic waters of a hot spring. With winter on the horizon, we rounded up a list of 10 of the best hot springs in the U.S.—drawing special attention to where you can park your RV while you visit. 1. Valley View Hot Springs, Colorado About an hour north…

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11 National Monuments To See Before You Die

National monuments are protected federal sites created by US presidents under the authority of the Antiquities act of 1906. They are sites deemed to be of significant national historical or scientific interest. Every one of them is a fascinating place to visit where you can learn about our history or the natural world. All of them make great RV travel destinations. Here are 10 must-see national monuments.

31 Weird Pit Stop Attractions In The U.S

There’s nothing more “American” than a good old fashion road trip, and what better way to have fun while driving down the wide open road than to stop at some quirky attractions? Here’s 31 weird pit stop attractions you can find spread throughout the U.S. The Thing; Dragoon, Arizona The endless stretch of desert highway…

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Top 3 Almost-Secret Scenic Back Roads in America

Many people enjoy a great day trip to unwind and experience the freedom of the open road, but so many of our scenic byways have become over-shared and over-visited. Below are three of my favorite scenic back roads in the U.S. You’ll note that none of them are highly publicized—hence, the reason I love them! …

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Life On The Road: Lexi Smith & Cody Cheng Of Dynamo Ultima

Lexi Smith and Cody Cheng have been living the van life for almost two years now. Since starting their journey in 2016, they’ve traveled all over the U.S. and are now helping others start their own online businesses and travel full-time. We caught up with Lexi to learn about their business and hear the highlights…

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The Best Places To Go Apple Picking This Fall

It’s that time of year—apple picking season! If you’re taking a weekend away in your RV or just driving down the road, consider a visit to get some apples, especially if they’re growing near you. It’s a wonderful family outing, and it’s a perfect excuse for an RV excursion. New England The Northeast, and New…

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Weekend Getaway to Southport, North Carolina

Have you ever driven through a town for the first time and felt like you’ve come home? That’s what it was like when I discovered Southport, North Carolina thirty years ago. Southern charm in Southport A welcoming community of Victorian homes decked out in gingerbread trim, with front porches equipped with swings and cool glasses…

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