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Heuco Tanks

Find 12,000-year-old pictographs at this Texas campground

By Nanci Dixon Hueco Tanks State Park & Historic Site is a magical destination just east of El Paso, Texas. It's named for the rock...
crowded campgrounds

Campground Crowding: A few tips and ideas to avoid crowded areas

Updated weekly More people than ever are taking up RVing. These newbies have determined that RVing is the safest way to travel in our pandemic...
RV Shrink

RV Shrink: Obnoxious “party animals” ruin state park stay

Dear RV Shrink: We just spent a miserable night at Lost Dutchman State Park near Phoenix, Arizona. It’s a beautiful park, but obviously not well...

Readers’ favorite RV parks and campgrounds. Stayed at any of these?

We recently asked you: Do you have a favorite RV park or campground? Here are some of your answers, organized by state (and one...

Are we still “newbie” RVers?

By Betty Linneman How long is a person considered to be an RVing newbie? Is it so many camping trips or days before one graduates...

Dramatic geology and interesting history abound at Red Rock Canyon State Park

By Bob Difley The 50-site campground at Red Rock Canyon State Park is tucked into the base of colorful desert cliffs where once the Kawaiisu...

(Mis)Adventures with pull-throughs

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Is a pull-through site better than a back-in? Friends of ours asked us to stop in for a visit as...

RVing to the stars – McDonald Observatory, West Texas

By Chris Fellows, Serenity Mobile Observatory RVing to the stars – Visiting an astronomical destination: McDonald Observatory I am starting another recurring theme with this article,...