Highs and Lows of the Great Smoky Mountains

  Discover miles and miles of old-growth forest, waterfalls, scenic overlooks and elevation changes in Tennessee and North Carolina’s world-renowned national park With more than 9...

Back on the Road in the Far North: Alaska Highway Part II

The second part of an epic Alaska Highway trip travels south from Kluane National Park to the northern Rockies before stepping on the brakes...
Rock climbers, like condors, flock to Pinnacles National Park. The volcanic rhyolite is less stable than some other rock formations, so care should be taken when climbing.

To the Brink and Back: Pinnacles National Park, California

Soaring to new heights in California’s Pinnacles National Park, home to rocky crags, spelunking caves and a thriving colony of endangered condors Pinnacles is one...

No Fireworks on National Forests for New Year’s

 The U.S. Forest Service reminds visitors that fireworks are prohibited on National Grassland and National Forest lands year-round, regardless of weather conditions or holidays. Regulations are...

200 Years of History

  Camping, hiking, scenic views, Nike Missile Site and Alcatraz Island — all in a national park that hugs the California coastline for nearly 60...

This Land: Redwood National Park

Visitors need not understand where one park ends and another begins to appreciate the cooperative management effort that allows one national park and three...

Budget Request for $2.9 Billion for National Park Service

The Administration’s Fiscal Year 2012 budget includes a request of $2.9 billion for the National Park Service. The request continues vital support for critical national recreation...
The mysterious petroglyphs in Penasco Blanco are thought to show a massive supernova from the year 1054.

Ancient History in Chaco Canyon

Spring was perfect with mild days and clear nights just right for exploring and stargazing. We hiked through the abundant ruins during the day,...

Autumn in the Grand Tetons

  Northwestern Wyoming’s impressive “mountains of the imagination” paint a grand backdrop for the meandering Snake River and fall’s dazzling kaleidoscope of deciduous trees   “What beautiful...
Jackson Lake in the morning shows why Grand Teton National Park is one of the gems of the Rocky Mountains.

Grand Teton National Park by RV

My husband, Guy, and I have visited Grand Teton National Park in northwestern Wyoming a number of times over the years. We always marvel...
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Meals on Wheels

No table? No problem. RVers can turn any of the tires on their trailer or tow vehicle into an impromptu place to serve meals,...

Grill Thriller

Grilling is more than what sears on the grate — it’s a lifestyle for many RV enthusiasts who love to share time around the...
The A-frame design of the Recon hitch is relatively lightweight but has the ability to handle fifth-wheels up to 21,000 pounds.

Recon Mission

Demco’s lightweight fifth-wheel hitch is compact and easy to handle yet capable of towing up to 21,000 pounds For those choosing to wander with a...