The iconic portrait of 20-year-old William H. Bonney (right), nicknamed Billy the Kid, shows him clutching an equally iconic Winchester rifle.

On the Trail of Billy the Kid

Photographer: Ed Bolduc
An airboat swamp tour at Atchafalaya Basin Landing gives visitors an up-close look at the ancient mossy cypress trees and alligators that inhabit the area.

Louisiana Cajun Country: Spice of the Southeast

  Louisiana’s Cajun country is a complex blend of traditions, cultures and food all wrapped up in a region with one-of-a-kind wetlands and a laid-back...
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Savannah’s Southern Charm

  Steeped in history, antebellum beauty and architectural treasures, Georgia’s oldest city begs to be explored on foot and by trolley I had never eaten a...
Hot sun, soft sand and warm, sparkling blue water bring happy crowds to Venice Beach, 20 miles south of Sarasota.

Sarasota’s Three-Ring Circus

  Miles of soft-sand beaches, a vibrant arts community and a weekly farmer’s market come together along the boardwalks and under the big top on...
Visitors can observe elephant seals lounging and jousting at the rookery in Piedras Blancas for free every day of the year.

Pines by the Sea

  Cambria, located midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, is an adventurer’s delight The community of Cambria, established 150 years ago, is a small seaside...
The building on the right, the Stallion Barn, housed London’s beloved Shire horses. On the left is a manure pit, as London was committed to replenishing the soil that had been depleted by earlier farming.

California Camping: Jack London Country

  Paying a call at the Northern California home of author and adventurer Jack London a century after his death Trailer Life readers are adventurers. To...
A Monaco motorhome delivers the goods in 1979; Santa puts the finishing touches on a toy trailer and tow vehicle in 1984; and as the 20th century nears its end, the December 1998 issue recommends cutting-edge “Gifts to Go” that include the “amazing” PalmPilot personal digital assistant and an Olympus camera that stores a dozen high-resolution photos on its data card.

Trailers and Tinsel

  Wrapping up our 75th anniversary with season’s greetings As 2016 draws to a close, we’re topping off our yearlong tribute to Trailer Life’s 75th anniversary...
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RVing Around The Big Easy

Heading to a big city like New Orleans in an RV can be a daunting experience. Finding a parking spot, navigating narrow old roads...
Check out the shark and ray touchpool at the Oregon Coast Aquarium.

Have a Kid-Friendly Memorial Weekend

If you’re headed through Oregon this Memorial Day weekend (May 26-28), be sure to stop into the Oregon Coast Aquarium. Billed as an interactive...
Small rock-bound lakes in Desolation Wilderness, carved out by glaciers, catch the reflection of the granite slabs around them.

Tahoe Rim Trail: On Top of an American Treasure

Going the distance on the 165-mile Tahoe Rim Trail, one of the world’s most beautiful long-distance footpaths It was 9:30 a.m. by the time we...
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Staff Pick: Skreeenz Vehicle Screens

We love camping but don’t love biting bugs. To keep them out of our Class B motorhome, we ordered Skreenz, tough-as-nails mesh insect screens...
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Sponsored Content: Tamron’s Vibration Compensation Is Key to Performance of 18-400 Zoom

With its 22.2x zoom, versatile focal-length range, and maximum magnification ratio of 1:2.9, the Tamron 18-400 all-in-one ultra-telephoto zoom allows you to shoot everything...
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Micro-Air EasyStart: This Is Cool!

Micro-Air’s EasyStart reduces the power requirement to start and run rooftop air conditioners A frustration that trailerists have been grappling with for decades is the...