Posts byCate Battles

Majestic snow-capped mountain looms over slopes covered in blue and yellow wildflowers.

The Ultimate Washington National Park Road Trip

Washington is blessed with some of the most diverse natural beauty in the country, with snow-capped stratovolcanoes, moss-covered rainforests, and rugged coastlines dotted with sea stacks. With three national parks and numerous monuments, the state offers visitors the chance to witness migrating orcas off the coast, alpine meadows covered in wildflowers, moss-laden forests, and a
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Banff and Jasper National Parks — A colorful airstream and tow vehicle parked in front of a turquoise lake.

Icefields Parkway: Cool Travels from Banff to Jasper

The Canadian Rockies are home to some of the most spectacular views in North America and rival the most beautiful mountain ranges in the world. The Icefields Parkway, a 166-mile scenic road that connects Banff and Jasper National Parks, parallels the Continental Divide and provides jaw-dropping beauty in every direction. The turquoise lakes, expansive glaciers,
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A colorful Airstream trailer is towed on a highway lined with red rock formations.

10 Geological Wonders that Rock

The country is full of beautiful and diverse natural wonders, but sometimes you come across a place that makes you feel you’ve teleported to a different planet. Over millions of years, nature has had plenty of time to work its magic, transforming the earth into out-of-this-world geological wonders. From ancient seas and rivers to volcanic
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5 Great Reasons to Explore the Southwest This Winter

If you’ve been pining for a road trip but avoided traveling this past year the Southwest’s winter season is the perfect time to skip the crowds and spread out across its vast landscape of red rocks, towering hoodoos and desert flora.  From the colorful slot canyons of Utah and petroglyphs of Nevada to the giant
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Light Up the Holidays With These Festive Winter Destinations

Still mulling over your Christmas plans and winter destinations? While some prefer staying home for the holidays, many cities and parks across the USA offer RVers plenty of unique opportunities to celebrate on the road. From Thanksgiving to January, the country is chock-full of festivals, light displays, parades, and celebrations that help make the darkest
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Our Own Private Idaho: Adventure Awaits in the Sawtooth Mountains

Known for their jagged peaks, the majestic Sawtooth Mountains in Idaho rival the Tetons in size and beauty, but remain off-the-radar to most travelers in the country. The 756,000 acres that make up the Sawtooth National Recreation Area are home to over 400 lakes, hundreds of miles of hiking trails, historic ghost towns, and rustic
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