Chase Away the Winter Blues With These Warm-Weather National Parks

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Many northern national parks stay open throughout the winter months, but if skiing, ice fishing, and snowshoeing are not for you, consider sun-drenched southern destinations for the RV travel plans you’ve been dying to make. While every national park has its own charm, here are our picks for four National Parks and Monuments that absolutely […]

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Life by the Bay: Goose Island State Park

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Lapping water and Gulf breezes: We must be on the coast! Bounded by the waters of the St. Charles, Copano, and Aransas bays, 314-acre Goose Island State Park is a coastal delight. Visitors to the Island engage in a variety of activities, including camping, birding, fishing, boating, water sports, picnicking, hiking, photography, geocaching, and wildlife observation. […]

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2016 Pendleton National Park Foundation Airstream Travel Trailer Introduced

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Airstream recently introduced its next great adventure: its first partnership with iconic lifestyle brand, Pendleton Woolen Mills to create the Limited Edition 2016 Pendleton National Park Foundation Airstream Travel Trailer. Inspired by a mutual love for the great outdoors and made in the USA craftsmanship, these two  American brands have joined together to pay tribute to the nation’s parks, according to a […]

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Tonke Transforms New VW T6 Into Versatile Camper Van

Tonke Transforms New VW T6 Into Versatile Camper Van

Volkswagen introduced its sixth-generation Transporter van, an all new generation for VW’s highly successful, 65-year-old workhorse. Introduced in April 2015, the new T6 offers a host of styling, equipment, and technology upgrades that includes some new hood styling and sharper lines and edges throughout. Eager to breathe new life into their lineups, camper van conversion companies […]

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The RV Phenomenon That Is Quartzsite

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Every January something happens that is hard to believe, unless you have seen it! They come in motorhomes, travel trailers, fifth wheels, truck campers, converted buses and vans, and even in tents. There are rugged individualists, small groups banded together (circling the wagons, in a modern way), and large groups, all parked in the desert […]

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Anza-Borrego Desert State Park: Badlands, Canyons, Mountain Peaks & More

The park’s name was derived from that of an early Spanish explorer, Juan Bautista de Anza, who came through in 1774 in search of a land route from Sonora, Mexico, to Spanish settlements along the California coast. The explorer’s name is combined with Borrego, the Spanish word for bighorn sheep that live in the rocky […]

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