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3 Great Rest Stops Near Los Angeles

Every experienced traveler knows the importance of a good rest area. We searched high and low to find three of the best rest stops outside of L.A. Mark these on your map or in your travel journal to make your next RV adventure that much easier! Tejon Pass You’ll find this rest area on I-5 in Kern County…

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Death Valley National Park

Death Valley National Park State: California 36.2419° N, 116.8258° W Endless playground: mountains, mysterious canyons, salt flats & dunes Each morning we scrabbled through new and amazing canyons in death valley located in the over 3.3 million acres of wilderness (the largest National Park in the lower 48). It was an endless playground full of rugged…

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Like vintage? You’ll love Pismo Beach

The drive down California’s coast is the stuff roadtrippers’ daydreams are made of. Big blue sky, vast ocean views and beautiful weather beckon RVers from around the country and beyond, who come to see the many sites and natural features California is known for. And, for those who love vintage campers, there is one Gnewen Coast destination…

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Warm-weather winter getaways

Camping takes on a whole different feel once the autumn leaves fall and temperatures start to drop. For most RVers, this time of year means heading south, and there are plenty of options for those seeking a warm-weather winter escape. Florida This one is obvious. It’s the state most of us think of first when we…

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Fall in love with Fall Creek Falls

In the heart of the Cumberland Plateau, west of the Smokies, you’ll find the Tennessee treasure that is Fall Creek Falls and the state park named after it. This dreamy land of cascading waterfalls, rock faces and cable bridges that sway over creeks and tall pines hosts not only RVers and tent campers but also a…

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Oktoberfest in the South’s little alpine village

The American South might not be the first place that comes to mind when you hear the word “Oktoberfest,” the world-famous folk festival that started in Germany 200 years ago and continues to this day.  Nevertheless, Helen, Georgia, is the South’s little alpine village, and it comes to life every fall for a celebration of “beer, brats, bands and lederhosen.”…

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RVing Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park One of the country’s most visited national parks, and for good reason. Glacial lakes, plentiful trails, breathtaking views to start And a vast array of wildlife make this Maine park a top pick for camping, biking and hiking. It’s also where you’ll find the tallest mountain on the East Coast of the United…

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