National Parks 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

Mather Campground – Camping Inside Grand Canyon National Park South Rim

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 – 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,

Lobsters, Donuts & Epic Views – Maine Road Trip to Acadia National Park

The northeastern most state in the U.S., Maine is a great summer travel destination with a lot to offer. One way to experience the coast of Maine is to take a road trip to Acadia National Park. In this post I share many of

Padre Island National Seashore – Beach Camping in Texas

Not far from Corpus Christi is Padre Island National Seashore, 70 miles of undeveloped barrier island along the coast of Texas. This costal wilderness is home to nearly 400 bird species and is the prime nesting beach for the Kemp’s ridley sea turtles. Padre

Crater Lake Camping – Mazama Campground Crater Lake National Park

To enjoy all the beauty that Crater Lake National Park has to offer, plan to stay a while. With over 90 miles of hiking trails, a 33 mile scenic drive, and ranger lead programs, there is no shortage of activities at this park. For

Yosemite National Park – Upper Pines Campground in Yosemite Valley

Yosemite National Park is so breathtakingly beautiful, it almost looks surreal in person. From the scenic overlook at Tunnel View to the varying sights of Half Dome and the majestic falls throughout the park, it’s easy to fall head over heels for Yosemite. Camping

Kings Canyon National Park – Camping Near The General Grant Tree

Kings Canyon National Park in southern Sierra Nevada is home to some of the world’s largest trees. It’s difficult to comprehend the size of The General Grant Tree until you see the giant sequoia in person. There is so much to see and explore at Kings Canyon

Jumbo Rocks Campground Joshua Tree National Park

Throughout our travels, we’ve found that National Parks offer some of the best campgrounds. Our most recent camping adventure brought us to Jumbo Rocks Campground Joshua Tree National Park. The only amenity at Jumbo Rocks Campground are pit toilets, but the beautiful setting more than makes