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Lesser-known leaf-peeping spots you don’t want to miss on your travels

The Northeastern part of the U.S. is not the only place to enjoy fall colors! Yes, Maine, New York, Vermont, Massachusetts, and all the...

National Public Lands Day attracts volunteers for RV Short Stops

By Julianne G. Crane National Public Lands Day is "traditionally the nation's largest single-day volunteer effort," according to the National Park Service. "It celebrates the...

6 apple festivals across the country you’ll want to visit this fall

It’s September! Are you itching to embark on a beautiful autumn RV trip? So are we! But what's a beautiful RV trip without a...

What are your top reasons for stopping at rest areas?

There are quite a few reasons you could stop at a rest area: to nap, to cook some lunch, to let the dog go...

Drive the nation’s shortest, lighted scenic byway

When you think of a scenic byway, you think of a beautiful drive in the countryside. You do not think of driving a busy...

“Trailing of the Sheep” perfect Autumn RV Short Stops

By Julianne G. Crane Trailing of the Sheep Festival in the Sun Valley area of Idaho, October 6-10, 2021, is a perfect autumn RV destination. The...

This road-trip road should be number one on your bucket list

If there is a bucket list for roads, Highway 1 on the California coast must certainly place near the top of the list, if...

Spooktacular Halloween camping: BOOk your space before it’s gone!

Fall is coming with its crisp days, colorful leaves and relief from the sweltering summer heat. The changing of the season is celebrated across...

You’ll be amazed at these corn mazes as seen from above!

By Chuck Woodbury I love to spend time exploring the world via Google Earth and Google Maps. I can spend hours "getting lost" in the...

This app lets you read historical markers without even stopping

By Chris Guld, GeeksOnTour.comFrom the Oregon trail in Wyoming, to George Washington's boyhood home in the Chesapeake, we've driven by a lot of historical...