Campground Showcase: Camp Coeur d’Alene

The facilities at Camp Coeur d’Alene have been around for 50 years, and yet with just two years under a new name, and new ownership, we creating a buzz in the camping world. Located on the stunning Wolf Lodge Bay, our waterways lead directly into Lake Coeur d’Alene and thousands of miles of hiking trails and National Forest Land are at …

Five Tips to Make Your National Park Visit Better

Crater Lake mesmerizes. Some consider it the most beautiful body of water on the planet. It’s 1,953 feet deep and holds the world record for water clarity. Taking a national park service boat trip there makes dreams come true. Sometimes. We’ve experienced several great vacations at Crater. And two that were less memorable: one when the park was still snowed …

The Top Travel Cards and How to Apply for Them

Today, traveling for work and pleasure is both common and desired. However, the cost of travel can be a devastating blow to finances, especially for frequent flyers. One way (arguably the best way) to make the challenge of travel more doable is applying for a credit card that accumulates travel miles. This can be a difficult process, especially when considering …

Oversea Camping: Tokyo

In Japan, mountains are strongly associated with the local culture and heritage. In Shintoism, mountains are believed to be the dwelling place of gods and divine spirits, and for that reason were considered sacred. Spiritual practices such as mountain pilgrimage had also been a long withstanding part of the tradition. This makes mountain trekking and climbing the activity to escape …

Itinerary for Your Next SoCal RV Trip

This Southern California itinerary is a round trip from Los Angeles to San Diego and back, stopping off at some of the best places in between. Whether you stretch it out to 7 days or finish it off in a weekend, you’ll find plenty of entertainment along the way! Day 1 Start off by picking up an RV in LA. …

The Top Five Outdoor Activities for a European Trip

Europe is home to some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. Between the mountains, gorgeous lakes and rivers, discover the charming European countryside with various activities while staying in holiday rentals, campings or RV. For nature lovers, enjoy a serene hike or sailing trip. For those with an adventurous and thrill-seeking side, discover routes for ice climbing, white …

5 of the Highest Rated Campgrounds in Florida

The following 5 campgrounds are located in state parks and have received the highest customer satisfaction ratings for the state of Florida. Not only are they great for camping, they are loaded with tons of fun activities for the whole family to enjoy. Camping during late fall, winter, and spring in Florida is stellar. The heat and humidity of the …

The Best Travel Blogs to Help You Plan Your Next Vacation

Travel bloggers provide information about traveling and an idea of the best locations to visit for your next vacation. The challenge is finding the best blogs to help you determine where you want to travel and what to expect from your upcoming trip. By starting with the top travel bloggers, you can enjoy learning about the world and setting up …

7 Things You Need to Know Before Your First Backpacking Trip

Backpacking is awesome. It’s a rewarding experience, that can be relaxing, fun and educating all at the same time. Or just one of it, if you choose so. Traveling independently on your own terms and with your own itinerary in just a week will teach you more about yourself than anything else. However, there are some things you need to …

Winter Camping Myths Debunked

  Camping this winter? Heck yeah! No bugs, fewer bears and deer rummaging through your camp, and the park’s aren’t as crowded. Sounds like the perfect opportunity to connect with nature and enjoy the comforts of hiking in a slight chill. But keep in mind that not everything we know about winter camping is true. Stay safe by planning well …