Category: Historic Places & Landmarks

There are so many unique and exciting historical destinations around the United States for you to explore on your next RV adventure.  In this section of the Good Sam Blog we offer suggestions, share experiences, and empower your historical trip.

Saguaro cactuses tower over a desert landscape as the sun sets on the horizon.

More Good Sam Parks Let You Stay and Save at Spectacular Places

Enjoy savings at more Good Sam Parks in fantastic destinations. RV road trippers can chart a course for savings by staying at Good Sam Parks across North America. In August, 14 new Good Sam Parks in North America now offer 10 percent discounts to club members. Members can put those savings into a new kayak,
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Two parents and their children stand before a rugged backdrop of desert.

5 Reasons Why You Need to Experience Santa Fe

Experience Santa Fe and discover the sizzle of this New Mexico gem. A trip to Santa Fe, New Mexico, had been at the top of our travel wish list for some time. Tourism has been booming in New Mexico for years, and friends had been telling us we had to go. We went and quickly
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The cliffs of Aquinnah in Martha's Vineyard tower over the blue ocean.

11 New Good Sam Parks Pump Up the Savings

New Good Sam Parks deliver big savings to members in popular destinations. Good Sam savings and value are popping up everywhere — near national parks, in big cities and out-of-the-way travel spots. So far in June, eleven new Good Sam Parks in North America now offer 10 percent discounts to club members. Members can use
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An aerial shot of a beach with pier jutting into ocean and buildings and attractions inland from the sand at Myrtle Beach.

11 Top Beach RV Parks: Enjoy More on the Shore

These top beach RV Parks put campers close to the water for summer fun.  Who needs a beach house when you can park your front porch just steps from the sand and waves? The RV parks on this list put you right on some of the most beautiful shores, lakesides and riverbanks in North America.
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