National Parks That Excel During Winter

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Compiling a list of America’s prettiest national parks is no small task. Even if limiting yourself to the winter season and excluding all national monuments and recreation and wilderness areas, you’re still left with 59 spectacular contenders including the likes of Yosemite, Grand Canyon, and Yellowstone. Who could accurately rank even these three, much less […]

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4 Stunning Natural Features That Define Arizona

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Few places in America offer such startling variety of natural features as Arizona. Deep canyons give way to rugged snow-capped mountains. The world’s largest contiguous stand of Ponderosa pines melt away into the arid Sonoran Desert. Grand Canyon Let’s head right to the state’s crown jewel, the Grand Canyon—an iconic attraction that’s on every RVer’s […]

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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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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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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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Joshua Tree National Park Sets Attendance Milestone & Braces For Strong El Niño

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For the first time in its 74-year history, Joshua Tree National Park topped the 2-million visitor mark, reaching the milestone Monday, December 28, 2015. Joshua trees have been described as ugly, but we have always found them fascinating. The odd-shaped stick figures offer an opportunity for your imagination to run the gamut in trying to […]

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Lava Flow Camper Van Offers Extreme Versatility & Ruggedness

Lava Flow Camper Van Offers Extreme Versatility & Ruggedness

The North American arrival of the Mercedes Sprinter 4×4 has made a major impact on the Class B motorhome and camper van market with a variety of models introduced by numerous manufactures and conversion companies. Portland, Oregon-based Outside Van (OSV) recently introduced the Lava Flow, a light camper van with extreme versatility and ruggedness and […]

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