Category: Nature Travel

What Do I See and Do in Zion National Park?

Zion National Park, located near St. George and Springdale Utah, is 30 miles in length and 15 miles across at its widest point, totaling 148,000 acres. Elevations range from 4,000 to 8,700 feet yet there are plenty of ways to access and enjoy the park. It may seem like #1 accolades are common-place in Zion National Park, but the
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5 Dog-Friendly Eastern National Parks

Bring your four-legged passenger to these 5 Dog-Friendly Eastern National Parks. These national treasures make unforgettable destinations for RVers with canines eager to explore wide-open spaces. Maine Acadia National Park and nearby Bar Harbor have a decidedly dog-friendly vibe. Leashed dogs are welcome on over 145 miles of beautiful trails. Although summer is a great time
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Discover the Island Life

The original island life destination, Port Aransas and Mustang Island is 18 miles of wide, sandy beaches— everything you seek for the perfect island escape. But this is no ordinary island. Just ask the locals and vacationers who’ve treasured it for decades. Year-Round Outdoor Activities The island offers year-round outdoor activities, from sport fishing and
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Snowbirds Secure Their Piece of Paradise at Naples Motorcoach Resort & Boat Club

Soon RVing snowbirds across the colder northern United States will begin their migration South, ready to soak up all the fun in the sun that Florida has to offer from late Fall to early Spring. For those RVing snowbirds “in the know,” the annual destination of choice is Naples Motorcoach Resort & Boat Club, located
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