Canadian RV+Camping Week helps kids, Make-A-Wish
Kick-off the camping season with 'Canadian RVing and Camping Week' (May 24-29, 2016) and help make wishes come true. Go RVing Canada, the Canadian Camping and RV Council and select campgrounds across Canada are celebrating with activities, events and special fundrais
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Shore Acres State Park is an Oregon blooming treasure ... for family fun, whale watching, romantic walks
Shore Acres State Park is a jewel in the crown of the Oregon State Park system. Each year more than a quarter-million visitors drive 13 miles southwest of Coos Bay to visit the former palatial estate and gardens of timber tycoon Louis J. Simpson. After a fire and f
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Petrified Forest National Park amazing spring, autumn RV Short Stop in desert southwest
Spring and autumn are the times to visit the Petrified Forest National Park--especially for RVers who are moseying along on their way through the southwest desert and love taking stunning photographs. Here are a few opportunities: - Sat., Sept. 17, 2016: "Pedal
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Cape Arago Light near Sunset Beach State Park
Cape Arago Light is perched on a small three-acre island a few hundred feet off Oregon's mainland, roughly 10 miles southwest of Coos Bay on the Cape Arago Highway. The lighthouse and the land it sits on are not currently open to the public. And, there are only a
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Adventurous millennials RV camping, cycling Pacific Coast Highway
Like many RVers,  Jimmy and I love meeting other campers and sharing stories around a campfire.  The best way we find to meet people is by walking around the campground and simply saying "hello." While camping on the Oregon coast at Sunset Bay State Park, we
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Oregon's Sunset Bay State Park with longtime friends, Sharon and Ron Vail
Definitely one of the most scenic and easily accessible areas on the Oregon coast, Sunset Bay State Park features an amazing sandy beach protected by towering sea cliffs. The extremely popular (an estimated 1.3 million people visit annually) day-use and picnic area
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Blue Ridge Parkway -- camping, meandering along “America’s Favorite Drive
Over the course of my life, every time I traveled anywhere near the Blue Ridge Parkway ... I made certain I hopped onto it for at least a few of the 469 slow, meandering miles through Virginia and North Carolina. It is a mythical drive. This "most visited" unit
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Visiting RV friends in Susanville, Calif.= pavement camping, helping with moving chores, Lassen Ale
A favorite highway of RVers traveling the ‘alternative' route to and from Arizona and the Pacific Northwest or Canada, is US 395.  In northeast California the route passes near Susanville, a small historic town nestled in a mountain valley at 4,400-feet. Jimmy an
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Wander out tonight to capture wonder of ‘Dark Sky’
Celebrate starry skies during International Dark Sky Week, now through April 10, and learn how to stargaze any night at home, at an RV campground or out in the wilderness. The National Park Service offers lots of suggestions on how RVing families can capture thos
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National Park Week, April 16-24: Celebrating 100 years of making us happy, preserving our heritage
We love America’s National Parks. April 16-24, 2016, is USA's largest celebration of national heritage. The National Park Service turns 100 this year and everyone can take part in the celebration. "It’s about making great connections, exploring amazing place
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