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Man relaxes in hot spring

Hot and Cool: The Best Natural Springs for Winter

Even if you’ve already winterized your RV, you don’t have to wait until the spring thaw to enjoy your next camping trip. While hot springs are the obvious choice in the winter months, some snowbird RVers might find that their winter destination is a little warmer than expected. That’s why it makes sense to know
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Late afternoon in the Red Rocks area of Northern New Mexico featuring amazing colors and rock formations

10 Reasons to Visit New Mexico

The Santa Fe‒Taos circuit in the northern part of the state is where most visitors would go once they enter New Mexico, which, for locals, would be quite predictable. But New Mexico will deliver whether you go north or south. From bathing in crystal-clear light to dazzling desert landscapes, to deep gorges and canyons, you
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RV and Jeep toad parked in space amid desert sunset.

Stay at a Perfectly Rated Good Sam Park

Get a taste of perfection by staying at a Top Rated Good Sam Park. For 2022, a total of 157 Good Sam Parks scored flawless 10/10★/10 Good Sam ratings based on our trusted evaluation system. Our rep teams travel across North America and inspect parks for the cleanliness of restrooms and showers; environment and visual appearance.
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Top 10 U.S. Roadside Attractions

Roadside attractions are usually defined as some giant, green-spotted animal (dinosaurs, for the most part) you can see on Interstates. But roadside attractions are sometimes as-is: an attraction by a roadside that’s so eye-catching that you just have to stop and admire it. There are tons of these in the United States, and here we
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Big Yellowstone

The National Parks Service: A Brief History

The National Park Service, formerly known as the National Park System, grew in the century between 1872 and 1972 from a single, original public reservation called Yellowstone National Park to embrace almost 300 historical, cultural, recreational, and natural properties situated throughout the United States, its island possessions, and territories. The said properties have come to
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