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Camping on federal lands during the shutdown – latest information

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Thursday marked the sixth day of the partial federal government shutdown. Some have wondered how this is or will...

What’s the status of National Park System during partial government shutdown?

December 22, 2018 – The National Parks Traveler, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit media organization dedicated to covering national parks and protected areas on a daily...

Washington State Parks reservation system will be temporarily out of service

OLYMPIA – Dec. 18, 2018 – Washington State Parks’ online reservation system will be down from Wednesday, Jan. 8 through Tuesday, Jan. 15, as...

Harvest Hosts to raise fees. Adds golf courses to free overnight locations

Harvest Hosts, a membership organization that has traditionally offered free overnight RV stays at more than 600 wineries, farms, breweries and other locations –...

KOA constructing new parks

It's no secret to most RVtravel.com readers that it's getting harder each year to find an available space in an RV park without a...
Walnut Hills Campground

Will RV parks nix fixed prices and charge based on demand?

By Andy Zipser Andy and his family are the owners and operators of the Walnut Hills Campground and RV Park in Staunton, Virginia. One of the...
Grizzly bear

Hungry bear rips through RV’s side to enter. See the photo

We found this photo on the Facebook group Ketchikan Nostalgia Sharing. The post message read: "This is what happens when a bear in Alaska...

Guidebook of free campgrounds updated after four years

By Bob Difley Any RVer that has been on the road for awhile likely has a dog-eared and ragged copy of Don Wright's Guide to...

RV Daily Tips Newsletter 1007

Issue 1007 • November 26, 2018 This newsletter is brought to you Monday through Thursday by RVtravel.com and is funded primarily through voluntary subscription contributions...

Remember this: the official Smokey Bear song? Hear it again

Summer is officially here and that means high fire danger. Here's a little song to get stuck in your head that will remind you...

How to avoid getting a tick-borne disease

By Deanna Tolliver It’s a fact that you will likely encounter more ticks in the month of May than any other. Too bad that May...

State programs for first-time campers a big hit

Several states are encouraging the camping lifestyle this year by offering first-time camper programs. The itineraries vary state-to-state but the hoped-for result is that after...