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Places to Go & Things to Do

Boondocking is Easier than Ever with Harvest Hosts

If you follow camping news or your favorite travelers on social media, odds are you’ve heard the term “boondocking”. It’s an increasingly popular form of travel and camping that stresses…
Places to Go & Things to Do

Canadians Are Ready to Camp, Reports KOA

Kampgrounds of America (KOA) found Canadians ready to return to camping as pandemic restrictions across the country ease. Two-thirds of Canadians surveyed said they want to camp immediately or very…
Death Valley Super Bloom
Places to Go & Things to Do

Spring Wildflower Super Blooms and Where to Find Them

For spring hikers, the hunt for wildflowers is a prime motivation for getting up and arriving at the trailhead to beat the crowds. If you have never experienced a super…
Pine Tree Forest
Life on the Road

The Sky’s the Limit

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The Baltazar RV Family
Family Travel & Pets

5 Camping Skills to Teach Your Kids

The sound of a crackling fire. Dinner cooking over the smoky coals. The tinkling of children laughing over the chorus of insects chirping away in the dark. These are the…
Women Outdoors
Life on the Road

10 Iconic Women of the Outdoors

Throughout history, the rugged backcountry wilderness has too often been depicted as man’s territory. Tales of brave adventurers and fearless pioneers envisage burly men fighting off bears or fishing to…
Beach Campfire
Life on the Road

Building the Perfect Campfire

A campfire is an essential part of the outdoor experience even if you’re traveling in an RV equipped with all the modern conveniences. Whether you cook your meals on it…