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RV Travel: The Lost World

Arizona grew up on a diet of gold, silver, and copper. Mining was the lifeblood of first the Territory, then the state. When the ore ran out, people moved on,…
Denali National Park and Preserve
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10 Most Popular National Parks for RVers

For many travelers, the National Parks are reason enough to fall in love with camping. Iconic landmarks like Yosemite’s Half Dome, or Joshua Tree’s otherworldly fauna, have attracted all kinds…
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Arizona Wildlife Parks You Must See

Several years ago, my husband, Jim, and I saw a billboard for Bearizona, a “drive-thru wildlife adventure” in Williams, Arizona, 25 miles west of Flagstaff. I loved the idea; it…
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Best RV Resorts in the Sun Belt

Snowbirding is just one of the many wonderful perks of RVing. The ability to ditch the cold in search of the sun from the comfort of your own motorhome makes…
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Seeking out Arizona Wildlife in an RV

During our many winters in the Arizona desert, we have discovered that not only can we mingle with lots of fellow RV snowbirds, but there are all kinds of other…
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A Winter National Park Road Trip

Summer is the most popular season for traveling to America’s most famous national parks, but a winter visit not only beats the crowds, it offers a completely different kind of…
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Road-Tripping Four Corners National Monument

Two rebellious young women boldly climbed onto a stone arch in Utah’s Canyonlands National Park, proudly defying the rules, when a voice sternly called, “Get off of there!” One of the…