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A visit to Annie Oakley’s grave

Old West sharpshooter Annie Oakley was born just north of Greenville, Ohio, and lived her final days there. She's buried alongside her husband Frank...

Historic Savannah a Snowbird’s place to visit

By Julianne G. Crane RV writer Julianne G. Crane at Forsyth Park fountain in Savannah. (RVWheelLife.com) Savannah, Georgia, is (almost) a year-round destination. In between the often...

Plains, Ga: Pres. Jimmy Carter’s hometown; plus Americus, Koinonia Farm

Downtown Plains, Georgia "Located in Southwest Georgia among the pine trees, peanut fields, magnolias, and gnats is Plains, Georgia," hometown of James Earl "Jimmy" Carter,...

Let National Geographic lead you to 125 wacky attractions

By Julianne G. Crane It is not always just the national parks that are remembered at the end of a long family RV trip. Often...

RV through the parks that built America

As exploring becomes possible, point your RV's GPS towards some of America's lesser-known national parks, national monuments and other sites that tell a story...

What don’t you know about the Grand Canyon?

Courtesy of U.S. Department of the Interior For more than a century, tourists from all over the world have visited the Grand Canyon to experience...

RVing the Oregon coast is a delight

By Chuck Woodbury EDITOR The Oregon coast is one of the most beautiful places in America and easy to explore with an RV. The pavement is...

Celebrate ‘History in Lights’ during holidays in Goliad, Texas

Goliad Mission Espiritu Santo (Julianne G. Crane) Mission Espiritu Santo in Goliad State Park, sits on prime grasslands along the San Antonio River in the South Texas Plains. RVer Jimmy...

Tumacacori Mission south of Tucson offers humble history

Tumacacori National Historical Park is home to the Mission to the Pimas. Made of adobe, plaster and wood, today, "these ruins evoke tales of life and...