Travel Archive

5 Day Yellowstone RV Trip Itinerary – The Best Way to Explore America’s 1st National Park

One of the best ways to see America’s first national park is in an RV. Joe and I spent four days exploring Yellowstone National Park in a Class B RV with Charley the yellow lab. In this post, I share our five day Yellowstone

South Dakota Road Trip – Explore the Black Hills and the Badlands

Get ready for an epic road trip through South Dakota! Whether you’re driving a car or an RV, you’re going to have an amazing time exploring the Black Hills and the Badlands of South Dakota. Give yourself at least two to three days to

Get Hoppy at Our Favorite Breweries in Fort Collins, Colorado

Fort Collins, Colorado is one of the most beer focused cities we have visited so far. From large breweries to microbrews producing a spectrum of beers, there is something for every beer enthusiast. This is a round up of our favorite breweries in Fort

Toquerville Falls – An Off-Road Camper Van Adventure in Utah

Toquerville Falls in Utah is a fun and rewarding drive for anyone with a four wheel drive vehicle. If you’re near St. George, Utah or planning a trip to Zion National Park, consider spending a day to explore the falls. Toquerville Falls, Utah We

Best Way to Spend a Day in Santa Barbara – RV Parking and Things to Do in Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara, California is one of those beach towns that has it all. Spectacular views of the coastline and the mountain ranges, mild weather, great architecture, good food, rich history and a wide range of activities from paragliding and kayaking to yoga and wine tasting. There

Red Rock Canyon – Camping Near Las Vegas, Nevada

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is a peaceful oasis away from the hustle and bustle of the Las Vegas strip. For anyone looking for nature camping near Las Vegas, Red Rock Canyon Campground is a great option. After countless visits to Sin City,

Things to Do in New Orleans – Best Happy Hours, Sandwiches, Top Attractions & More

Music and food are two words that immediately come to mind at the mention of New Orleans. The French and Spanish traditions combined with Caribbean influences make the city one of the most unique places to visit in the United States. From the Garden

Things to Do in Gainesville – Craft Beer, Sinkhole, Artisan Bread & Butterflies

Located in North Central Florida, Gainesville resides in beautiful Alachua County and is the proud home of the University of Florida. There is so much to do and see in the vibrant college city from getting lost in nature at the bottom of a

Biltmore Estate – Exploring America’s Largest Home in a Tiny Home on Wheels

Recognized as the largest privately own home in America, George Vanderbilt’s 250 room Biltmore House sits on an 8,000 acre estate that is still owned by the family to this day. Ever since our first visit to the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina,

Chengdu Food Guide – 16 Must Try Foods in Chengdu

For the ultimate foodie experience in China, I highly recommend a trip to Chengdu. This unique destination in the Sichuan Province is one of the top destinations for food lovers around the world. As the locals will tell you, walk out the front door and