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The Wild Side: Getting closer to critters is easy for RV travelers

By Scott Linden Relaxing at the edge of a sparkling trout stream, I caught movement on the far bank. The undulating form quickly became an...

‘Tis the season for tick talk

By Kate Doherty Soon school will be out and families will be ready to break out – visiting parks, going hiking and camping in heavily...

Caution! Snakes, scorpions and spiders lurk near campgrounds – beware!

By Nanci Dixon Camping in the Southwest? Hiking? Even if you're just going for a leisurely stroll around the campground you'll want to watch out...

10 tips for staying safe while hiking or walking in the desert

By Nanci Dixon As snowbirds migrate to the Southwest, the desert and mountains beckon with the promise of amazing hikes and glorious sunsets. As alluring...

Don’t make these mistakes with venomous snakes

By Johnathan David As the summer months approach, hiking trails across the United States will undoubtedly see an increase in foot traffic and while hiking is...

RV Daily Tips. Friday, May 22, 2020

Issue 1346 Welcome to another edition of RV Travel’s Daily Tips newsletter. Here you’ll find helpful RV-related and living tips from the pros, travel advice,...

Start your New Year off with “First Day Hikes” in state parks

By Julianne G. Crane 'First Day Hikes' offer a great way to get outside, exercise, take in nature and welcome the new year with friends...

For relief from summer’s heat visit California’s Patrick’s Point State Park

By Bob Difley Like entering into an air-conditioned room, the morning fog of the California North Coast redwood belt provides a respite from the interior...

What to do when encountering a bear in the woods

By Bob Difley You're hiking a woodland trail on a warm sunny day, the forest alive with the twitterings of songbirds, sunlight dappling the forest...

Make sure your hike is a safe one

By Bob Difley Some time back a 59-year-old woman went missing in a Northern California state park. She went missing for six days before a...
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Sedona: awesome views, special places

Sedona, Arizona, is Red Rock Country (Source:  There is a special uniqueness about Sedona. It’s partly the natural beauty in this Red Rock...
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Hike among the hoodoos at Goblin Valley State Park, Utah

Goblin Valley State Park is one of Utah's most popular parks. It offers incredible scenery and great opportunity for hiking and camping. The goblin-like...