Beach Bums: 10 Beach Camping Hotspots

Beach Camping in Newport

Kathy Cabrera
June 21, 2012

Make sure your swimsuits, surfboard, kayak and fishing rods are packed in the RV before revving that engine. We found 10 great places to make beaching it part of your outdoor summer adventure to find sun, sand, surf and all the fun you can handle. 1. Texas – 367 Miles of Gulf Coast   Texas is... Read more »

RVing around Minneapolis: The City of Lakes

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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 »

Oronoco Gold Rush Days

Rustic 1890s farm wagons were some of the antique gems.

Pamela Selbert
June 11, 2012

Antiques have caused my husband, Guy, and I, to while away many enjoyable hours over the years at shows and auctions, but never until just recently had we seen anything on the scale of Gold Rush Days. It turns the entire town of Oronoco, Minn., located in the southeast corner of the state with a population... Read more »

Lake Michigan Travel Story Web Exclusive

Doing the Dune Climb (on a very hot day) at the Sleeping Bear Dunes.

Tom Kaiser: Managing Editor
Photos & Video: Chris Soash
June 1, 2012

This summer, Trailer Life staff went camping in state parks near the Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes in northern Michigan. They decided to take a trip down to Muskegon and do some king salmon fishing, for a day, with Addiction Charters. This is what ensued. Addiction Charters is based out of Bluffton Bay... Read more »

Golden Spike Tower Features View of World’s Largest Rail Yard

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Press Release
May 22, 2012

NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA—As the Union Pacific railroad celebrates its 150-year history during 2012, trains lovers of all ages can get a birds-eye view of today’s modern UP rail system at the Golden Spike Tower & Visitor Center in North Platte, Nebraska.  The eight-story-high Golden Spike Tower... Read more »

Oregon Wine Country Tour

Oregon's wineries provide a tasty treat and a scenic tour.

Bob Difley
May 21, 2012

Most of Oregon’s wineries are nestled in its valleys or creep up the south-facing hillsides of the Cascade and Coast Ranges. We were lucky enough to visit five of the state’s eight grape-growing regions during our tour. These included the North Willamette Valley and South Willamette Valley,... Read more »

Explore the Emerald Coast near Fort Pickens

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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 »

Craters of Diamonds State Park

Craters of Diamonds State Park's diamond field.

Pamela Selbert
May 7, 2012

A little more than a century ago an Arkansas farmer named John Wesley Huddleston spotted two “round pebbles with fiery eyes that blazed up at him” from the gravel of his barnyard where he was feeding his hogs. Huddleston arranged for the stones to be sent to a jewelry store in Little Rock to be appraised.... Read more »

Fossil Hunting in Keystone Kansas

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Pamela Selbert
April 30, 2012

Heading south from Oakley, Kansas, a rustic town noted for the 1868 bison shoot in which William Cody became legendary “Buffalo Bill” Cody, U.S. Highway 83 cuts across terrain that is mostly as flat, round and brown as an old penny. But here and there along the 26 miles south to Keystone Gallery,... Read more »

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park

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Len Cousineau
April 23, 2012

Only about 50 miles from the incomparable Mammoth Cave, another of Kentucky’s attractions draws travelers who are interested in American history. Although George Washington is often viewed as the father of our nation, perhaps no one has done more to shape the country we live in today than Abraham Lincoln.... Read more »

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