Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Home Tags RV Short Stops

Tag: RV Short Stops

Video: RVs in Badlands National Park

By Chuck Woodbury I spent a day recently in South Dakota's magnificent Badlands National Park. I stopped often, and when an RV passed, I took...

Editor: Rural Nevada is among my favorite places

By Chuck Woodbury EDITOR One of my favorite places to visit in America is rural Nevada. Of those millions and millions of acres, those in the...

See a drinking fountain for both humans and horses

Try to find one of these somewhere other than Welcome, Minnesota. It's a drinking fountain for both humans and horses. This one was built in...

Destination: Dubois, Wyoming

by Deanna Tolliver If you have plans to head to Yellowstone or the Tetons this season, may I suggest a bit of a detour to...

Busy month at Harvest Hosts overnight camping locations

Harvest Hosts owners Joel and Mary Ashley Holland Harvest Hosts is a membership program for RVers that provides access to a network of 620...

That’s a big hole! – Visit Meteor Crater

By Chris Fellows, Serenity Mobile Observatory Will you be anywhere near Flagstaff, Arizona, this year? If so you have to make a stop at Meteor...

Jack Sisemore’s RV Museum in Amarillo

by Deanna Tolliver Many of us are familiar with the RV Hall of Fame in Elkhart, Indiana, but did you know there’s another great RV...

Don’t let Death Valley be the death of you

By Bob Difley When I was in the RV rental business a majority of our summer rental business came from Europe – Germany and England...

VIDEO: RVtravel.com visits the World’s Littlest Skyscraper

It towers over Wichita Falls, Texas. Nope, that's a lie. It doesn't tower over anything. It should have been 40 stories high, but the...

Nevada Highway 93 boondock jewel: Pahranagat Wildlife Refuge

By Russ and Tiña De Maris There are plenty of long and lonely stretches of road Out West. Traveling north out of Las Vegas on the 2-lane...

Mark your calendar: Colorado’s Headless Chicken Festival

Mark your calendars for June 1 and 2 for the Mike the Headless Chicken Festival in Fruita, Colorado. Mike was a chicken who...

Visit one of the West’s earliest buildings still in use

Mission San Xavier del Bac By Bob Difley If you are a history buff, you know that in the Western states, unlike along the eastern...