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Category: Destinations

Good Sam is the definitive camping club in America and these are the destinations we recommend experiencing around the country.

Snowbirds Camping Far Away From The Maddening Crowd

The migration of the RV snowbirds is well underway.  The population of many southern destinations are growing quickly.  A great deal of snowbirds that reside in the western states and provinces head to  popular Arizona destinations such as Quartzsite, Yuma, Lake Havasu, Phoenix, and other regions that have multiple RV parks and resorts.  Quartzsite, a
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NFL RV Tailgating Football fans gathered around a barbecue grill.

Go Long! 13 NFL Stadiums Worth the Trip for Game Day

Tailgate on the parking lot, then see superstars on the playing field

NFL tailgating for RVing football fans and food lovers. The National Football League season has passed the half-way point, but there’s still time to head to one of the nation’s humongous pro-football stadiums and set up your barbecue grill for tailgating. With winter just around the corner, we took a look at Sun Belt NFL
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Beautiful tree with orange and yellow leaves and sun shining through

‘Local’s Summer’: 5 Sleepy Fall RV Destinations

These sleepy fall RV destinations might make autumn your favorite season. For those of us who live in popular tourism destinations, our shoulder seasons are cherished opportunities for downtime. Those shoulder seasons typically come in the spring and fall, in between the summer and winter busy seasons. In many destinations, fall is considered “local’s summer”
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Hands holding long-stemmed glasses of red wine in a clinking, toasting motion.

Harvest Wine Weekend Set for October in Paso Robles, California

Fall is a favorite season for many reasons, but in Paso Robles, California, the reason is unanimous. Fall signals the return of the annual Harvest Wine Weekend. This year, the Paso Robles community will join together October 18-20 to celebrate the annual harvest season at local wineries and vineyards. From grape stomps to cave dinners,
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