Joshua Tree National Park: Otherworldly Desert Wonderland

America’s national parks are busier than ever with most reporting a record number of visitors during the past several years. But the beautiful thing is that once you’re out hiking a trail, there’s plenty of room for all. For the first time in its 74-year history, Joshua Tree National Park topped the 2-million visitor mark in 2015. […]

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Alabama Gulf Coast Offers Variety of RV Parks & Resorts

The Alabama Gulf Coast offers a variety of more than two dozen campgrounds and RV parks and resorts. Whether you’re a rustic camper or prefer a high end resort, the options are plentiful. Pandion Ridge LLC is developing a master-planned RV resort community on Canal Road, three-tenths of a mile west of the Foley Beach Express in […]

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RVC Outdoor Destinations Completes Yosemite RV Resort Redevelopment

RVC Outdoor Destinations, the nation’s leading provider of high-quality outdoor vacation properties, has completed the redevelopment and conversion of Yosemite RV Resort, which has joined its nationwide network of high-quality resort properties. The campground, which was previously operated as a KOA franchise under the name Yosemite South Coarsegold, has been expanded and received extensive upgrades […]

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Wagon Station Encampment: Retreat, Residency & Campground

Like a scene from a science fiction movie, the Wagon Station Encampment, consists of 10 sleeping pods, called wagon stations, as well as a communal outdoor kitchen, open-air showers, and composting toilets. The experimental project was conceived by artist Andrea Zittel who describes the encampment as “a cross between a retreat and a residency and a […]

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Why The World Needs More Campers

Summer is in full swing: hot temperatures, afternoon and evening thunderstorms, beautiful sunrises and sunsets—and camping. While it has been a record year for campgrounds and RV parks, I am convinced the world needs more campers. Stay with me, as this comment is not about occupancy rates or empty sites, it’s about campers.  The campers you […]

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