Posts byGood Sam Camping

Woman relaxing on hammock in the beach.

Explore Florida’s Untamed Coast in Levy County and Cedar Key

Levy County is an untamed slice of Florida’s Gulf Coast. Here, you’ll find rivers winding through lush forests and a profusion of wildlife that thrives in expansive public lands. After adventures on the mainland, head out to Cedar Key to savor a laid-back community that epitomizes “Old Florida.” Cedar Key: Great for Snowbirding Situated on

New Year's Resolutions— bridge over water

January Regional Travel — Stick to Your New Year’s Resolutions in These Southern States

In January, many of us try to stick to the New Year’s resolutions we made the previous year. How many of us have the determination to see it through? See our Regional Travel Calendar for more year-round destinations. The following places might just inspire you to live up to the promises you made to yourself as

Two men in a kayak near a glacier

Plan Ahead With Our Regional Travel Calendar for 2022

We’ve found an RV travel region for every season in the U.S. and Canada. Look at the travel calendar below and find a fun-filled destination during your favorite times of the year. Check out the attractions in each of our monthly regions, then choose an RV park for your stay. January — Southeast States Alabama,

Woman gazes over a mountain landscape.

February Regional Travel — Fall in Love With Adventure in These Southern States

Take a memorable Valentine’s Day road trip. The second month of the year is a great time to fall in love with RV travel. The following locations will make you get back in touch with your passion for hitting the road. North Carolina Nothing could be finer than a trip to the Tarheel States sweetest

A fishing boat headed toward sunset under a red sky.

Drop a Line in Destin, Florida, the ‘World’s Luckiest Fishing Village’

In Destin, located on Florida’s panhandle, the menu for fun includes fishing, paddleboarding, shopping and dining on fresh seafood. Once a sleepy fishing village, Destin has grown to become one of the premier vacation destinations in the Sunshine State. Between the soft, white-sand beaches, the world-class fishing excursions and the thrill-a-minute attractions on shore, there’s

A pair of dogs howl into the sky against an ocean backdrop.

5 Dog-Friendly Activities To Do This Fall on Oregon’s Adventure Coast

Come on Down for a Doggone Good Time on Oregon’s Adventure Coast!

Another Labor Day has come and gone and you may think to yourself, “Doggonit, summer is nearly over! What am I supposed to do now?” Well, friends, don’t fret! The fun is only beginning. Oregon’s Adventure Coast: Coos Bay, North Bend & Charleston is a year-round destination, and autumn is one of our favorite seasons!

Trees and colorful flowers grow on a rocky slope.

November Regional Travel — Give Thanks to New England Destinations

As the holiday season ramps up, New England remains a prime destination for touring. It’s worth the low temperatures to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal in Massachusetts or sip a cup of hot cider in New Hampshire. Maine See our Regional Travel Calendar for more year-round destinations. Late fall along the Maine coast means clear air and

America’s Mid-Atlantic Region Embraces Autumn—Sunlight peaks through autumn trees.

October Regional Travel — Awaken to Autumn in the Mid-Atlantic States

America’s Mid-Atlantic region embraces autumn with gusto. Tour the countryside to see vibrant fall colors or drop into haunted houses in some of the big cities. Delaware See our Regional Travel Calendar for more year-round destinations. The weather on Delaware’s coast is pretty nice during October, and a slew of local festivals give travelers great reasons

Legendary Midwest Locations — Tourists gaze at a reflective sculpture in a park.

September Regional Travel — End Summer With a Bang in the Central States

Make the most out of those waning days of summer. These legendary Midwest locations will treat you to thrills in the heartland. See our Regional Travel Calendar for more year-round destinations. Illinois Go from big city to small town in the Land of Lincoln, and check out some natural attractions along the way. Walk Chicago’s Magic

lakes and streams in North America —Mount Rushmore National Monument in Rapid City SD

August Regional Travel — Stay Cool in the Midwest

As summer temperatures rise, it’s always a good idea to stay close to cool bodies of water. The following trips keep you close to some of the most beautiful rivers, lakes and streams in North America. See our Regional Travel Calendar for more year-round destinations. Iowa In Western Iowa, a pair of waterways give boaters and

Buffalos graze on a grass meadow as forested mountains loom in distance.

July Regional Travel — Embrace Your Travel Independence

There’s more to July than fireworks on the Fourth. This is the month to really celebrate your travel independence, and that means going where your desires take you in some of America’s most beautiful landscapes. See our Regional Travel Calendar for more year-round destinations. Idaho Southeast Idaho is a treasure trove of adventures. Roam otherworldly landscapes

Two men kayaking near a glacier

June Regional Travel — Having Fun in the Northern Sun

During summer, America’s northern regions enjoy extended days and short nights. Pack in all the fun you can have during the long daylight hours in the following places. Alaska See our Regional Travel Calendar for more year-round destinations. The Frontier State parties during June. Locals and visitors alike fill the streets in the cities to celebrate

Pork and sausage sizzling on a barbecue grill.

May Regional Travel — Sample BBQ Cuisine in the South Appalachian States

May has the biggest barbecue event of the year: Memorial Day, when chefs fire up the grills and cook up tasty cuisine at campgrounds across the U.S. Backyard chefs will argue over which state has the best barbecue, but we don’t have time to engage in a debate. Instead, let us recommend two gorgeous states

Field of sunflowers during sunset.

April Regional Travel — Spring Into Travel in the South Central States

Did you spend winter dreaming about all of the warm-weather travel possibilities in North America? Now it’s time to turn those dreams into a reality. We’ve got a slew of under-the-radar spots in the South Central States that explode in color with the arrival of spring. See our Regional Travel Calendar for more year-round destinations. Arkansas

Man overlooking epic view of the Grand Canyon National Park

March Regional Travel — Take a Spring Break in the Sunny Southwest

Spring Break. Those two words conjure up images of big crowds of college kids partying on the beach to loud music. But savvy travelers can avoid the chaos and take a spring break at your own pace in these spots. Discover family-friendly getaways or peaceful spots for couples. Northern Arizona See our Regional Travel Calendar for

Mission illuminated by luminarias

December Regional Travel — Celebrate the Season in the Southwest

The Southwest welcomes the holiday season with candlelight celebrations and novel ways to welcome St. Nick. Southern Arizona During the holidays, southern Arizona lights up with luminarias and centuries-old festivals. See Light in the Valley of the Sun See our Regional Travel Calendar for more year-round destinations. Taking up 140 acres in the heart of Phoenix,

Tangipahoa Parish offers a variety — a plate of battered seafood with Tabasco.

Tasty Tangipahoa Parish: Louisiana’s Home for Planes, Antiques and Strawberries

From cultural events like arts and theater, to fun-filled farmers markets, Tangipahoa Parish offers a variety of events for locals and tourists alike. Located in southeast Louisiana, at the intersection of Interstates 12 and 55, Tangipahoa Parish is in close proximity to major destinations like New Orleans, Baton Rouge and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Antiques,

Exterior of art museum with modernistic stone sculpture

Explore the Oregon Coast Public Art Trail in Coos Bay, North Bend & Charleston

The unique setting on Oregon’s Adventure Coast: Coos Bay, North Bend, Charleston has been a source of inspiration to artists and performers from all over the world, so we weren’t surprised when we saw that the Oregon Coast Visitors Association (OCVA) highlighted public art on the Oregon Coast by creating a Public Art Trail map. Visitors can easily access