Canyon de Chelly National Monument: A Truly Special Place

A one-of-a-kind landscape and the cherished homeland of the Navajo people, Arizona’s Canyon de Chelly National Monument is a truly special place. Spanning more than 83,000 acres, Canyon de Chelly National Monument offers an excellent opportunity to immerse yourself in the wild Arizona landscape, and to learn more about the history of the Navajo people. This unique […]

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Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge: A Birding Hotspot

UFO sightings may have put Roswell, New Mexico, on the map, but at nearby Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge, strange creatures are more than visitors. They inhabit odd sinkholes, playa lakes, seeps, and gypsum springs fed by an underground river. Straddling the Pecos River the Refuge consists of an assortment of water habitats. Numerous seeps and […]

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The Best Places To Visit (In An RV) Before 2018 Ends

Timing is everything. There’s still time in 2018 for RV travel, and these three spots all get top billing as the best places to spend whatever PTO you’ve got left. So seize the day before you’ve lost your urgency to explore. South Dakota Why you should go: Because you love unfettered Americana and natural beauty […]

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Riding the Cherohala Skyway Through a Mountain Wilderness

Having the Cherohala Skyway in two states, travelers can either choose the Tennessee access route from Tellico Plains to Robbinsville or the North Carolina access route from Robbinsville to Tellico Plains. Our access point was Robbinsville. Though the official Skyway is 36 miles long, the distance between Robbinsville and Tellico Plains is about 50 miles. To […]

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