True North

Native people, gold prospectors and early traders used Portage Glacier as a “portage” between Prince William Sound and Cook Inlet.

by Peter Lewis
January 29, 2016

    With dramatic coastlines, soaring mountains and extravagant wildlife, the ultimate road trip takes RVers into the heart of North America’s Last Frontier In Alaska Odyssey, Part I, I discussed the first leg of our journey, starting in Prince George, British Columbia, and traveling about... Read more »

Tennessee Treasure

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by Pamela Selbert
January 29, 2016

  Sprawled across the Cumberland Plateau between Nashville and Knoxville, 26,000-acre Fall Creek Falls State Park sets the stage for adventure with thundering waterfalls, untouched forests, scenic hikes and a first-rate campground   Fall Creek Falls State Park in southeastern Tennessee stretches... Read more »

America’s Last Frontier

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by Peter Lewis
December 23, 2015

    Hitch up for the ultimate RV road trip along the scenic and historic highway that stretches 1,387 miles through British Columbia, Yukon and Alaska Less about the destination than the getting there, the Alaska Highway is the quintessential road trip. Travelers pass through towns and cities,... Read more »

Texas Is for the Birds

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by James Richardson
November 25, 2015

  The Rio Grande Valley attracts almost 500 species of our feathered friends as they nest, breed and migrate in this alluvial plain A great place to spend the winter is at one of the many RV parks in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas. And it is an extraordinary bird-watching location, as evidenced... Read more »

All Keyed Up

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by Dave G. Houser
November 24, 2015

  Freewheeling along Florida’s Overseas Highway from Key Largo to Key West Onboard the glass-bottom catamaran Spirit of Pennekamp, we’re hovering above a dazzling subaquatic garden of coral forming the last remaining live coral reef in the continental United States. Brightly colored tropical... Read more »

Bonjour, Quebec

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by Larry MacDonald
October 28, 2015

  In the small towns and villages along the north shore of the St. Lawrence River, you don’t need to speak French to enjoy the scenery and feel the joie de vivre “Seen from the ferry, a sunrise on the St. Lawrence is an awesome sight,” remarked a woman on the Gaspé Peninsula in Quebec.... Read more »

Great American Haunts

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by Kathy Berardi
September 30, 2015

  Five spine-tingling destinations to visit this Halloween season   Fall is the season to get out on the open road for a quick weekend getaway or a relaxed longer trip to enjoy the changing leaf colors, autumn festivals and, if you pick your stops right, some hair-raising experiences. Just... Read more »

Wisconsin’s Rustic Roads

Highway 42 twists its way to Rustic Roads near the tip of Wisconsin’s thumb.

by Tom Watson
September 24, 2015

  Turn back the clock to a quieter time on 117 bucolic backcountry drives spanning nearly 700 miles in the upper Midwest   Smack dab in the middle of Wisconsin, a dozen miles south of U.S. Highway 8, linking the state with Minnesota on the west and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula on the east,... Read more »

Out Yonder in Oregon

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by Emily Fagan
September 24, 2015

  It takes a little time to reach this remote part of the West, but visitors to the state’s far-northeastern corner are richly rewarded once they arrive Our first stop was Baker City (population 9,769), the largest town in the area other than La Grande (population 13,074). When we hopped out... Read more »

Grand Canyon of Texas

A tom turkey strives to impress one of the local hens at Palo Duro Canyon State Park.

by Donna Ikenberry
August 28, 2015

  Twenty miles south of Amarillo in the notoriously flat Texas Panhandle, Palo Duro Canyon surprises with spectacularly colorful rock formations, a bonanza of wildlife and an epic Lone Star musical   Mention the Grand Canyon, and most folks immediately think of Arizona’s Grand Canyon National... Read more »

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