Arizona’s Red Rock Country


by Emily Fagan
November 26, 2014

  Expect to be enchanted by the chic galleries, stone monoliths and spiritual energy of Sedona, the towering cliff dwellings of Montezuma Castle and the copper-mining community of Jerome, once known as the Wickedest Town in the West   Cresting the hill on the road into Sedona, Arizona, my... Read more »

Calico’s Silver Lining


by Donna Ikenberry
November 24, 2014

  California’s Old West mining town unearths a mother lode of history and good old-fashioned fun with a narrow-gauge railroad, gold panning and ghost tours Mention the words “ghost town,” and most of us probably think of an old haunted town, one devoid of humans and inhabited by nothing... Read more »

New Dates for 2015 Phoenix Rally


by Donya Carlson
November 24, 2014

Come join the fun, February 26 to March 1, 2015, at the Camping World/Good Sam Rally in Phoenix, Arizona! Organizers announced a new date for the upcoming Rally due to a change in NASCAR’s 2015 race schedule. The Rally features a vast exhibit area with hundreds of motorized and towable RVs, more... Read more »

Good Sam RV Travel & Savings Guide Announces Top-Rated RV Parks


November 17, 2014

  Reaching the pinnacle of campground excellence, 137 RV Parks have earned perfect 10/10*/10 ratings from the 2015 Good Sam RV Travel & Savings Guide, the most recognized source of campground listings in North America. Published in December, the 1,864-page guide lists details about more than... Read more »

Jack Frost Nipping at Your Nose?


by Kathy Cabrera
October 31, 2014

  If you and your RV are left out in the cold, pack up your home on wheels and head to a place where summer is still in full swing   You may be weathering the chill that’s frosting your area this month and hunkering down to enjoy the holiday month of December. While some RVers stick it... Read more »

Cajun Charm


by Dave G. Houser
October 29, 2014

  Meander along the 180-mile Creole Nature Trail in southwest Louisiana for a spicy taste of appetite-inducing eateries, untamed coastal wetlands and marshes, remote gulf beaches and wildlife refuges   Good reasons abound for paying a visit to Louisiana — touring, gaming, hunting, fishing,... Read more »

West Texas Oasis


by Donna Ikenberry
October 28, 2014

  From a distance, you wouldn’t suspect that the rugged peaks and desert flats of the Guadalupe Mountains are a national park filled with grassy meadows, maple and pine forests — and a birder’s paradise  Guadalupe Mountains National Park, designated in September 1972, is many things. It’s... Read more »

Legends of the Fall

Three campgrounds accommodate RVers in Pike County, from a pair of municipal parks to one full-fledged resort.

by Pamela Selbert
September 29, 2014

  When the calendar flips to October in western Illinois, Pike County turns over a new leaf for a constantly changing kaleidoscope of autumn colors   Pike County, Illinois, shaped roughly like a triangle by two of the Land of Lincoln’s biggest rivers, the Illinois and the Mississippi, is... Read more »

Autumn Across America


by Kathy Cabrera
September 25, 2014

  Sample the fall colors and local flavor at 10 RV-friendly destinations that put their own distinctive stamp on the season   If the RV lifestyle has taught you anything, it’s that there’s always a surprise around the next bend in the highway. As with any trip, discovering something new... Read more »

Great Lakes Escape


by Richard Varr
September 2, 2014

  The vast Lake Michigan shoreline may look like an ocean, but it’s an epic freshwater paradise. Tag along on a coast-hugging 200-mile road trip from Traverse City to Mackinac Island. From the bottom, it looked like an easy climb up a sand dune. Yet 20 minutes later, I’m still huffing and... Read more »

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