Famous for its incredible cobalt blue color, Lake Tahoe is the second deepest in the U.S. at 1,645 ft. Take a drive around the lake and you’ll see why Lake Tahoe is a popular vacation destination. The first time we visited the area, we
Mono Lake camping near Lee Vining is a great way to enjoy the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains. Whether you’re traveling through on Highway 395 or planning a trip to Yosemite National Park, you should plan to spend at least one night dispersed camping near
Seven Mile Parking is a private parking area outside Arches National Park, where RVs, cars and off-road vehicles can park for the day or park overnight. If you’re looking for an alternative or back up overnight parking option around the area, Seven Mile Parking
Mather Campground is one of three campground options inside Grand Canyon National Park South Rim. Desert View Campground and Trailer Village are the other two options. With over 300 no hookup campsites for RV and tent camping, Mather Campground offers prime camping inside the
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,
Thousand Trails Orlando is a huge campground near Walt Disney World with full hookup RV sites, tent sites and rental units. We have stayed at Thousand Trails Orlando twice, once in a Class A motorhome and most recently in a Class B camper van.
Get a taste of the American Frontier as you drive on winding pathways through the pine and cypress forest with wild turkeys, squirrels and deer roaming throughout. The sounds of birds singing, children playing, boat horns blowing, golf carts buzzing by and fireworks exploding all
One of our favorites Ventura Beach camping spots is Rincon Parkway. This campground offers beachfront RV camping along the Pacific Ocean in Ventura, California. For a fee, RVers can claim a parking space as their “beach home.” We’ve camped at Rincon Parkway three times now.
Oregon is a delightful place to spend the summer. Whether you’re exploring a big city like Portland, the high-desert town of Bend or the charming port city of Astoria, there is something for everyone. Although we shy away from big cities, we were happy
The Oregon Coast is stunning. It doesn’t matter if you’re at a scenic overlook or camping along the coast, there are plenty of ways to appreciate the Pacific Wonderland. Although we didn’t drive the entire 364 mile stretch of Highway 101, we spent quite