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Camping on Public Lands

Save money and get back to basics by staying at primitive campsites! Most RVers love America’s national and state parks. Few locations on earth can match the majestic beauty of…

Fly Away to the the Magic Valley

Snowbirds Head to South Texas for Warm Weather, Bountiful Wildlife and a Little Taste of Mexico   They call it “El Magico Valle del Rio Grande” (The Magical Valley of…

Providence Canyon: Georgia’s “Little Grand Canyon”

Nicknamed Georgia’s “Little Grand Canyon,” Providence Canyon in Lumpkin is a constantly evolving canvas. Ongoing erosion manipulates the soft Georgia clay, continuing a process that began in the 1800s when…
Motorhome News

Bruneau Sand Dunes State Park

Home to the largest sand dune in North America, Idaho’s Bruneau Dunes State Park could supply Mr. Sandman for life. Rising 470 feet above the small lakes of this popular…
RV Parks & Campgrounds

Franconia Notch State Park

Franconia Notch State Park’s Old Man of the Mountain crumbled in 2003, but the rock formation also known as the Great Stone Face was just one of many natural wonders within…
Motorhome News

Surplus Funds to Help Keep Calif. Parks Open

  Following the discovery of $54 million in surplus state parks funds, California Gov. Jerry Brown pledged Aug. 3 to work with the California State Legislature to direct millions of…
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Recreational Trails Program Receives Two More Years of Funding

  The Recreational Trails Program (RTP), the funding program that has sustained state trail programs for two decades, has been reauthorized as part of the transportation bill approved by Congress…