A Day in Savannah: History, Sun and Southern Snacking

Tybee Island Ron Cogswell

Nicholas Upton, Digital Editor
January 17, 2013

Savanna, Ga., is a history buff’s dream come true. But that doesn’t mean everyone else is just along for the ride.  Beneath the ancient oaks, there are plenty of modern attractions and fun for most everyone.  Any travelers heading southward for the winter is probably looking for a little... Read more »

A Day in Nashville: Honky-Tonks and Hot Chicken

The second fiddle-Mark Mitchell

Nicholas Upton, Digital Editor
December 20, 2012

Music is the lifeblood of Nashville, and honky-tonks are the heart, pumping out new sounds from morning to night.   Once upon a time, these venues were rural barrooms blurring the line between a saloon and a dancehall.  Farmers, miners and other blue-collar workers filed in for a whiskey or beer and... Read more »

Galveston: A Sandy Nest for Snowbirds

Galveston sunrise woody hibbard

Nicholas Upton, Digital Editor
November 28, 2012

Can you hear it? The call of the snowbird is echoing through the crisp air all around us, imploring us all to follow the geese southward to greener pastures and new adventures.  If you can heed the call, and crave an oceanic nest for a little while, Galveston, Texas, is a sweet, sandy spot with plenty... Read more »

This Land: Blue Ridge Parkway

Blue-Ridge

Len Cousineau
October 26, 2012

Travelers who prefer scenic vistas over amusement parks, and mom-and-pop shops to theme restaurants, or would rather hike through pines and hardwoods than a forest of slot machines would enjoy the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina and Virginia. Meandering across the Appalachian Highlands for an incomparable... Read more »

Sweet Fall Fun in Vermont

2-12139-Vermont Fall Foliage-Kimberly Vardeman

Nicholas Upton, Digital Editor
September 17, 2012

Leaves are leaves are leaves — until September comes and dried up leaves becomes big, beautiful business.  You know that amazing picture of fall foliage over a babbling stream under the light of a bright clear day? Well, it was probably taken in Vermont.  Vermont is home to some of the most breathtaking... Read more »

New RV Resort to be Developed in Florida

Press Release
June 26, 2012

JL Cypress Trails, LLC, an affiliate of JL Properties, Inc., announced today it is launching a new RV resort in Southwest Florida – Cypress Trail RV Resort. The new development will cater to owners of Class A, Class B, and Class C motorhomes, as well as 5th wheels, travel trailers and park model resort... Read more »

RVing around Minneapolis: The City of Lakes

1-11895-Minneapolis Dustin Gaffke

Nicholas Upton, Digital Editor
June 17, 2012

Minneapolis, the City of Lakes or the City by Nature, is one of few places that sits on the not-so-fine line between urban bedlam and pastoral calm. In the space of a couple miles, travelers can see world class museums and fish for dinner beneath a metropolitan skyline.  Built upon the Mississippi River,... Read more »

Explore the Emerald Coast near Fort Pickens

Fort pickins

Nicholas Upton, Digital Editor
May 14, 2012

With bright white beaches, perfect spring weather and plenty to do, Pensacola, Florida, is a great place to explore the Gulf of Mexico before the summer heat and humidity sets in.  History buffs can check out the stalwart Fort Pickens, one of only four forts that never fell during the civil war. The... Read more »

Everyone’s Irish, Even in Georgia

Savannah St. Patrick's Day Pipes & Drums

March 15, 2012

When people think of famous St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, Boston, Chicago and New York City are probably the first to come to mind. And while the three have certainly earned their reputations as the hottest places to sport shamrocks, they offer anything but warmth when it comes to the weather. RVers... Read more »

KOA Park Ravaged By Tennessee Twister

KOA Logo

March 5, 2012

A Tennessee KOA is cleaning up after a tornado tore through the park just weeks before opening for the season.   According to the Knoxville News Sentinel, The storm leveled the empty campground just two weeks before it was to open for the season. KOA Tellico Plains owner William Stokely said that thankfully,... Read more »

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