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Best RV Destinations in San Diego County

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Thu, Nov 10, 2016 @ 08:11 AM

San Diego is blessed with a lovely, temperate climate the year round, a beautiful coastline, a vibrant theater and arts scene, and plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors on its beaches, mesas, deserts, and mountains. In fact, it is possible to head to San Diego County’s eastern edge in the winter to see snow, and then head back west to go surfing - all in one day.

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RV Destinations: Delaware and Maryland Seashores

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Thu, Sep 08, 2016 @ 08:09 AM

So you’re in the Mid-Atlantic region and you want to go to the shore (it’s referred to as the beach on the West Coast, the shore on the East Coast). But because you (secretly) watched too many episodes of Jersey Shore, perhaps you’re hesitant to hit the sands…

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Are You Eligible to Use Military RV Campgrounds?

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Tue, Sep 06, 2016 @ 08:09 AM

Looking for a different camping experience? Military campgrounds can be a great option.

RVers are always on the lookout for reasonably priced camp sites that are secure. That describes military RV campgrounds perfectly. Plus, many of these campgrounds are situated in beautiful settings, located close to hospitals, recreational areas, grocery stores, movie theaters and more. So, it’s no wonder that many campers like military RV campgrounds.

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Explore US National Parks with an Annual Entrance Pass

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Fri, Sep 02, 2016 @ 08:09 AM

Did you know the U.S. government offers money-saving annual passes that give you access to over 2000 federal recreational areas?

A National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass can be a wonderful way to enhance your RV lifestyle. An annual pass covers your entrance fees for 12 months at national parks, wildlife refuges, forests and grasslands.

Anyone who is at least 16 years old can buy a pass. Children younger than 16 are admitted free.

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RV Vacation: Utah Monuments, Forests and National Parks

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Thu, Jul 07, 2016 @ 08:07 AM

If you’ve always loved the scenery depicted in westerns, if you like the prospect of vast and seemingly never ending national parks, if you love to explore your ancestry, if you love hiking and/or skiing — Utah is where you should steer your RV toward next.

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RV Vacation: Kentucky

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Thu, May 05, 2016 @ 08:05 AM

Ah, Kentucky - the Bluegrass State. Home to the Kentucky Derby; the world’s largest cave system, Mammoth Cave National Park; two of the country’s largest man-made lakes east of the Mississippi River; the largest herd of free-range elk east of the Mississippi; as well as horse racing, tobacco, and – of course! – bourbon and bluegrass music.

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RV Vacation: Camping Along the Appalachian Trail

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Thu, Mar 17, 2016 @ 08:03 AM

“Wait! What?!” you may be thinking. “Camping along the Appalachian Trail? You can’t take, or even park, an RV along the rugged trail so how could we possibly go camping with our rig?”

And if you were wondering along those lines, you would be correct: there is no RV camping right on the trail. But you’ll have no trouble finding gorgeous campgrounds nearby at different spots along the approximate 2,200-mile trail.

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Places to Go in Your RV

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Fri, Mar 11, 2016 @ 08:03 AM

Do you have a profound interest in old forts and battlegrounds where history was made? Or, are you looking for a resort area that offers amazing activities for children and engaging activities for adults? Whatever your pleasure, your RV can take you there.

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RV Vacation: Sonoran Desert of Southern California and Arizona

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Thu, Feb 18, 2016 @ 08:02 AM

Palm Springs, California. You know it’s in a desert, but you don’t think of it as being in a desert. That is, most people tend to think of Palm Springs as its own entity, with the desert surroundings as some sort of bonus.

But Palm Springs is part of a massive desert eco-system known as the Sonoran Desert.

Palm Springs and other cities in the Coachella Valley, about 90 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, are actually a part of the Colorado Desert, which is a sub-desert of the great Sonoran Desert.

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Airbnb: For Those Times You Want to Sleep in a Real Bed

Posted by Bill Tuttle on Thu, Jan 21, 2016 @ 08:01 AM

We know you love your RV: the freedom, the ability to go where you want, when you want. Making new friends from all over the country. Escaping the harsh winter or stifling summer. The cost savings compared to flying, renting a car and staying in hotels when you want to get away.

But sometimes… Sometimes living, cooking and sleeping in an RV just becomes a little old. The always packing up and “pulling up stakes.” The always coming to a campground and then having to set up camp. The small galley for cooking. The tiny shower stall for bathing.

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