The Old Pueblo: Tucson

Saguaro National Park, Rincon Unit, Arizona. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

The Old Pueblo has attracted visitors for centuries. First occupied by ancient Paleo-Indians as far back as 12,000 years ago, Tucson, known as the Old Pueblo, is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in America. The ancients were followed by the Hohokam, then the Pima and Tohono ‘O’odham tribes. Next came the Spanish in […]

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7 Confessions Of A Snowbird Living The RV Lifestyle

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I have a confession to make. Actually seven of them. Seven confessions about our lifestyle as a snowbird. Seven confessions about how I view my snowbird lifestyle and the things I enjoy doing. This is not a how-to article, nor does it contain wisdom pertaining to snowbirding and the RV lifestyle. You won’t find bits […]

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RV Parks As Base Camps For Winter Festivals & Fairs

Joshua Tree National Park is an easy day trip from the Coachella Valley, California. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

RV parks and campgrounds are great places to enjoy hiking, biking, swimming, boating, and other outdoor recreation activities during your leisure time. With RV and tent sites as well as a wide range of accommodations, campgrounds can also serve as base camps for those interested in attending winter festivals and fairs throughout the U.S. These events […]

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Top Campgrounds, RV Parks & Resorts With Amenities For Your Pets

These selected campgrounds and RV Parks welcome RVers traveling with pets. Pet-friendly parks boast amenities that include fenced-in pet exercise areas to pet washing stationss. Many campgrounds offer a dog run or pet walking paths while some include pet treats in their Welcome Package for RVers traveling with dogs and other pets. If you have a pet, they […]

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