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RV Camping at Mather Campground, Grand Canyon

RV Camping at Mather Campground inside the Grand Canyon is an experience we can’t recommend enough. This was our first time camping inside a National Park. We drove into the park on Saturday from the Desert View entrance and immediately spotted the “Campgrounds FULL” sign. The Park

Things to Do in Champaign Urbana, Illinois

People often ask us for a list of our favorite places around the United States and we are happy to add Champaign Urbana to that list. There are so many unique and fun things to do in Champaign Urbana, Illinois we barely scratched the

Great Smoky Mountain National Park

Black bears, wildflowers and endless hiking trails are a few of the reasons that make Great Smoky Mountain National Park the most visited national park in America. We spent four days exploring Great Smoky Mountain National Park in April when the trees were still

Full Time RVing with Large Dogs

We started our full time RV journey with two large rescue dogs: Duke and Leo. Duke was a Belgian Malinois mix who weighed in at 75 pounds. Leo is a Siberian Husky who weighs in at a husky 70 pounds. They played a major

Petrified Forest National Park with Our Husky

By far, one of the most unique and memorable National Parks we have visited is Petrified Forest in Northern Arizona. This park lets you take a step back in time hundreds of millions of years ago to a place where dinosaurs roamed among the giant

Dog Friendly Things to Do In Flagstaff, Arizona

At 7,000 feet in elevation and nestled at the base of the San Francisco Peaks, this college town in the high country mountains of Arizona is unlike any other city we’ve visited in The Grand Canyon State. Flagstaff, Arizona has a nice mix of city and

Pima Air & Space Museum

The Pima Air & Space Museum, located in Tucson, Arizona, has four football fields worth of indoor hangars filled with planes and over 150 more parked outside spanning 100 years of aviation history. This is one of the biggest (4th largest) and best collections

A Fun Filled Day in Gainesville, Florida

Get lost in nature at the bottom of a sinkhole, relax in a rainforest with butterflies from around the world, sample craft beers brewed with local coffee and Madagascar vanilla beans, take a stroll through historic downtown and enjoy a great burger at a

Things to Do in San Marcos, Texas

There are many reasons to visit San Marcos, Texas and we had the opportunity to discover a few of the many reasons why locals love this city. Where is San Marcos you ask? It’s in Texas Hill Country along Interstate 35 between San Antonio and Austin. The city is a

Free RV Accommodations at Sedona Pines Resort

Imagine walking down Uptown Sedona when a gentleman approaches you about free RV accommodations at a resort not too far from town. It’s too good to be true right? That’s exactly what happened to us when we were walking Leo down the main drag of