Family Time


By Chris Hemer
May 1, 2015

  The 2015 Ford F-150 and Forest River Wildwood travel trailer make it easy to enjoy the journey and the destination If you are of a certain age, you can probably recall a time when a camping trip was met with as much trepidation as excitement. Trailers were often towed by passenger cars that... Read more »

The Sunny Side of Oregon

Snowcapped peaks decorate the drive to Sisters.

by Emily Fagan
April 29, 2015

  From royal-blue Crater Lake to the outdoorsy yet cosmopolitan city of Bend, this high-desert playground is flanked by the captivating Three Sisters peaks and perennially unattached Mount Bachelor   Central Oregon is protected from the Pacific Ocean’s wet storms and moist air by the towering... Read more »

Wisconsin Charmer

Devil’s Lake was formed by ancient glacial activity. Natural overlooks on the trails above the waterway give visitors a peek at its unique geology.

by Jack Ballard
April 29, 2015

  There’s a more natural side to the Midwest’s bustling Waterpark Capital, with magnificent riverside cliffs, rock formations, breathtaking parks and nature preserves   So extraordinary was a series of rapids on the otherwise placid Wisconsin River that early French explorers dubbed them... Read more »

Blazing the Trail in Nova Scotia

Take a breathtaking hike at Cape Chignecto Provincial Park

by Jan Napier
April 1, 2015

  In Canada’s second smallest province, a larger-than-life demigod, over-the-top scenery and the world’s highest tides set the stage for RV travels on a grand scale   Look up, way up, because Glooscap is a giant in Atlantic Canada’s Mi’kmaq culture. This almighty being was of such gargantuan... Read more »

Alaska’s Switzerland


by Donna Ikenberry
March 31, 2015

  Surrounded by mountains rising above 13,000 feet, the scenic port of Valdez is an outdoor paradise for cycling along Prince William Sound, cruising past calving glaciers, kayaking among marine animals and gazing at Alaskan wildlife   Valdez is a must-see, must-experience, must-visit place. Often... Read more »

Little Big Trailers


by Kristopher Bunker
March 31, 2015

  These towables may be small in size, but they’re big on livability   Although I don’t make it a habit to heed the words of cinematic puppets, the adage “size matters not” from the wise old Jedi Master, Yoda, is true in many ways, and is especially apt when it comes to the towable... Read more »

The Great Pretender


by Chris Hemer
March 2, 2015

      Keystone’s Cougar XLite 30RLI looks like a travel trailer but lives like a fifth-wheel The kitchen area is well configured with an abundance of countertop space and a large double-bowl stainless-steel sink. Among the many reasons RVers prefer fifth-wheel trailers, the floorplan... Read more »

Great Smoky Mountains


by Al Swanson
February 27, 2015

  On the border of North Carolina and Tennessee, small towns charm visitors, rivers and streams converge, and ridge after ridge of forested landscape drape ancient mountains in America’s most visited national park One of the most mesmerizing and naturally beautiful areas of this country lies... Read more »

Living It Up

Upscale theater seating is a popular configuration in front-lounge fivers, and the Winnebago Destination 37FL offers plenty of comfortable seating, big-screen entertainment and an impressive electric fireplace.

By Kristopher Bunker
February 27, 2015

  The latest trend in fifth-wheels brings the lounge upstairs   Fifth-wheels come in all sizes and a variety of floorplans, but over the years there has generally been a sort of unspoken template for their basic interior footprint. Previously, one could pretty much lay money on the fact that... Read more »

The Majestic


February 5, 2015

    New Horizons’ luxury fifth-wheel has all the features you could ever imagine — and some you probably couldn’t  Be it ever so humble, there’s no place like home. Home is where you hang your hat. Home is where the heart is. No expense was spared in the kitchen, which features... Read more »

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