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Mardi Gras RV City

The aptly named campground under Interstate 10 in downtown Mobile, Alabama, has been home to 197 trailers and RVs for almost a decade. And although she’s been coming to Mardi Gras her whole life—and even been a guest in RV City several … Continue reading

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China Ranch Date Farm

A lush oasis hidden in a desert valley, the beautiful China Ranch Date Farm, is worthy of a visit on your next journey near southern Death Valley. Using Wine Ridge RV Resort in Pahrump, Nevada, as our home base, we … Continue reading

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Hunting Island State Park: South Carolina Paradise

Hunting Island, the most popular state park in South Carolina, attracts more than a million visitors annually and was recently named a top 10 beach Trip Advisor. On the well-preserved, five-mile stretch of South Carolina coast you’ll find a maritime … Continue reading

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Balmorhea State Park: An Oasis in the Desert

Plopped in the middle of the prickly, dry Chihuahuan Desert of West Texas, the spring-fed pool at Balmorhea State Park is an oasis in the desert. And any time you have water in the desert it’s going to be a … Continue reading

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Death Valley National Park: Hottest, Driest, Lowest

Death Valley. The very name repels. So do the superlatives: the hottest (134 degrees in 1913), driest (less than 2 inches of average annual rainfall), and lowest (282 feet below sea level) of the U.S. national parks. Nearly 550 square … Continue reading

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Pinnacles National Park: Rocks, Caves & Condors

At America’s newest National Park, the possibilities for discovery are limitless. The remains of an ancient volcanic field consisting of massive monoliths, rocky spires, pinnacles, red crags, and talus cave, rise out of the meditteranean chaparral-covered Gabilan Mountains, a sanctuary … Continue reading

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2015 Quartzsite Sports, Vacation & RV Show Dates Announced

Every January something happens that is hard to believe, unless you have seen it! More than a million and half million visitors, mostly in recreational vehicles, converge on the sleepy little desert town of Quartzsite, located just 20 miles east of … Continue reading

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RV Destinations For Cold Weather Camping

“Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow…” Cold weather months can be a great time to travel and camp in a recreational vehicle. Spending the winter in an RV where the temperature plunges down to 20 degrees below … Continue reading

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Top 10 Reasons To RV Full Time

The number of people living full-time or part-time in a recreational vehicle continues to grow every year. Many are retired or plan to retire soon. Others are part of an expanding group of working age folks who are embracing a … Continue reading

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Wide Path Campers Introduces Ultralight Trailer Towable by Bicycle

A Danish company could help reshape the future of camping. Wide Path Camper has introduced a travel trailer light enough to haul behind a bike. It’s the camper’s lightness that makes the Wide Path groundbreaking. There have been a few … Continue reading

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