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Ultimate Travel Guide: Yosemite National Park

In 1903, President Theodore Roosevelt and Naturalist John Muir set up camp at Glacier Point for three days. For three days, Muir urged Roosevelt to preserve and protect what is now considered California’s most incredible natural wonder, Yosemite National Park.    “Nowhere will you see the majestic operations of nature more clearly revealed beside the…

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Doctor’s Orders: You Need More Nature

Scotland doctors are the latest to prescribe something we all already knew to be true: nature is good for your mental and physical wellbeing—and RVing is the perfect way to get outside. Imagine planting your feet in the soft beach sand or hiking a pine-tree-lined trail at a national park. No matter where you escape…

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Extreme Sports To Travel For In 2019

Even if you wouldn’t consider yourself an extreme athlete, you’ve probably heard about some pretty extreme adventure feats in the news. Major outlets covered events like the 2015 scale of Yosemite’s ‘unclimbable’ dawn wall and the 2012 space skydiving jump in New Mexico. Humans are constantly pushing the boundaries of what is and isn’t possible,…

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6 Ways To Stay Warm In A Camper Without A Heater

The onset of cold weather doesn’t have to mean it’s the end of the camping season. Winter camping can have a lot of perks, such as fewer crowds and different types of wildlife ready for the viewing. Camping can be a year-round experience with the correct know-how and equipment. Here, we offer up some tips to…

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3 National Parks Perfect For Your Next Winter Getaway

The snow is flying and temperatures have hit rock bottom. What’s a housebound camper to do? Rent a rad RV and hit the road to any one of the following national parks for a warm and sunny respite from the winter doldrums. Joshua Tree National Park Located at the confluence of the Mojave and Colorado…

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