Beginning with MLK Day, the first of 4 free days at 2,000+ National Parks, public lands sites in 2018
The National Park Services has cut it popular *free entrance days by 60-percent this year.  In 2018 there will be only four, down from 10 in 2017. This year the first admission free day is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Monday, January 15.   America's "national p
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Celebrate America's National Parks' 100th Birthday, with 'get in free' days: Aug. 25-28
The perfect reason for a family camping trip is to celebrate National Parks' 100th birthday, during Founders Day weekend Aug. 25-28. Especially since it is all part of NPS's annual *free entrance days. History shows that the United States was "the first country in t
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Professional photographer Fran Reisner pulls back from fulltime RVing
Fran Reisner started RVing fulltime in September 2011 after she sold her house, her photography studio, and most of her possessions in Texas to travel the country in a 2010 35.5 foot Winnebago Adventurer, she affectionately referred to as "The Beast." Fran recently r
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Some National Parks reopening with $tate funding
According to a news item on CNN.com, by this weekend national parks in Utah will be open: Arches, Bryce Canyon (right), Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Zion. An Associated Press article reports:  "So far, Utah, Colorado, South Dakota, Arizona and New York have jumpe
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Arches National Park - rental RVs at every viewpoint
Another day, another national park, and at least another hundred rental RVs. A large segment of RV renters are from other countries. More than 50-percent of El Monte RV’s business are foreign travelers, according to Joe Laing, the nationwide company’s director of
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