Posts byErin Peters

An empty blue chair on the gorgeous beach of Orange Beach, Alabama

11 Beaches for an Endless Summer of Camping

Looking to check off some sand-bucket-list items this year? The United States is one of the top 10 countries in the world when it comes to total coastline area, which is awesome for beachgoers. We’ve compiled a list of the highest ranked, most gorgeous jaw-dropping beaches in America. Whether it’s a sandy island, magnificent views, plentiful water activities,
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RV driving down PCH near ocean on sunny day

Explore 15 of North America’s Best Views

Sometimes, you just need to stop to appreciate all of the awe-inspiring views North America has gifted us. Filled with spacious skies and amber waves of grain, here are 15 of the most beautiful views in the United States. Banff, Alberta: Oh, Canada! With easy access to pristine wilderness and endless outdoor adventures, Banff is
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Woman on grass zipping up sleeping bag

Zenbivy Bed: Providing Great Sleep Anywhere You Roam

All the comfort of a bed with the warmth of a mummy bag Just because you’re one of the savvy 78.8 million households in the U.S. who have discovered camping and getting closer to nature, doesn’t mean you need to give up all modern conveniences. Backpacking season is in full swing. Take the comforts of
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Beautiful sunset over lush wine vineyards

Camp Near the Top Vineyards in Every State

There really isn’t a bad time to go wine tasting, but let’s face it, there’s something special about sipping the fermented craft from America’s gorgeous vineyards between July and October. Tasting rooms are open longer during the summer, and there’s nothing like experiencing the fall colors while sipping an exquisite Pinot. So how do you
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A view of Folly Beach with people on the beach and a seagull flying by

10 of America’s Most Underrated Cities & Towns

Put these sleeper hits on your travel itinerary

Underrated and overlooked cities that deserve your attention. Campers and RVers are adventurers at heart. They’re born explorers. Those that crave the open road and setting up camp across the country are inquisitive and dare I say, yearning for a different American dream. Are you looking for the next undiscovered and underrated destination?  Recommended by
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San Diego 4th of July fireworks over skyline.

15 Outstanding RV Parks to Celebrate Fourth of July

Summer is made for camping, and the Fourth of July is especially perfect for some good old-fashioned camping fun. Independence Day is a time when America’s hard-working men and women take time to bask in the summer sun and celebrate the nation’s freedoms. We scoured the country for some of the most spectacular Independence Day
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Men and women throwing an inflatable ball around in pool

Find Your Prefect Summer Getaway at Pala RV Resort

As summer approaches, Pala Casino RV Resort is the perfect destination for your well-deserved getaway.  Located in Northern San Diego County, Pala is the only resort which offers access to exciting casino action, as well the incredible backdrop of the Palomar Mountains, offering natural beauty and one-of-a-kind views no other casino RV resort can offer. 
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White blooming flowers on tree in focus with red barn and snow capped mountain

Unseen Oregon: 13 Hidden Gems Lurking Off the Beaten Path

In case you haven’t heard, Oregon is littered with dramatic natural beauty. From the fossil-strewn deserts and stunning mountain passes to the unique food culture and local country charm — it’s all just plain magical. But if you’re looking for something even more distinctive, then check out this list of Oregon’s hidden gems. Joseph: A
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Asphalt road on sunny day

18 Summertime Events That Scream Road Trip

Summer, it turns me upside down Summer, summer, summer It’s like a merry go round The pairing of travel, camping and festivals in the summertime is magic. And while I don’t think that’s exactly what Ric Ocasek was singing about as he was walking on water at a pool party, there’s just something powerful about
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National Park Week woman hiker overlooking rocky mountain

Celebrate National Park Week from April 20 – 28th

Did you know the largest national park is 13.2-million acres? Wrangell St. Elias is a vast national park that rises from the ocean all the way up to 18,008 ft. It’s the same size as Yellowstone National Park, Yosemite National Park and Switzerland combined! An estimated 331 million people visited national parks like this one in 2017.
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Sunset at Lake Okeechobee in Florida

Explore Florida: 8 Fun Things to Do in Okeechobee

It’s February 19th and this winter has been unusually – for lack of a better word – wintry. The iceboxes otherwise known as Chicago and New York City have experienced extreme conditions reminiscent to Winterfell in Game of Thrones. Just a day and a half drive south, you’ll discover a town north of the Everglades
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Mirage mirrored house by Doug Aitken in mountains of Palm Springs

Find Your Inner Artist: Desert X 2019

Claude Monet once said, “the richness I achieve comes from nature, the source of my inspiration.” Starting February 9th, the Coachella Valley will yet again become the canvas for contemporary artists around the world. The second edition of the biennial pop-up art exhibit has touched down in the Southern California desert. Desert X will feature
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Sierra Nevada Resilience IPA can on bar

Sierra Nevada Helps Butte County Rebuild with Specialty Beer

“The oak fought the wind and was broken, the willow bent when it must and survived.” ― Robert Jordan, The Fires of Heaven There’s nothing like the craft brewing world. Despite that ever-growing number of U.S. breweries – the most in history – it’s a tight knit community. While Sierra Nevada Brewing is a juggernaut of
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