This week's article is brought to you by FinanceBuzz.
Tag archives: campgrounds
The idea of visiting an expansive landscape from the comfort of a moving mini-home is alluring for several reasons. You get to roam around, eat, and sleep according to your comfort without worrying about hotel regulations or traffic jams. The difference in convenience rises even further when you are traveling with kids.
Being surrounded by nature’s beauty, campfire food, singing under the stars, and a special camaraderie are just some of the attractions of staying at a campsite. However, those attractions can lose their appeal or become problematic for others when people don’t follow the rules of camping etiquette.
Designated by the US Congress, the US has 63 areas known as national parks, chosen for their beauty, ecosystems, geology – and more. The national park designation means that these spaces are protected, allowing us to enjoy them responsibly and sustainably for years to come. And there are so many differences between them all!
This is the second in a three-part series of debunking myths about boondocking. If you've been holding back from trying it for any of these reasons, you might just reconsider.
Passport America advertises that you can save 50% at nearly 1,600 campgrounds. But, what's the catch? We'll explore the pros and cons of the discount program as well as some alternative options.
The Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta in New Mexico is probably one of the most popular festival destinations for RVers every year. If you’ve not been to it, I’m sure it’s on your bucket list. If not, it should be! It also provides the perfect excuse to spend a few extra weeks exploring New Mexico. They call it the land of enchantment for a reason. New Mexico is possibly the most colorful and interesting state in the union.
Boondockers Welcome is only part of the puzzle. There are many other ways to keep your camping costs in line with your budget.
It's February; summer camping is still the furthest thing from your mind. But maybe it shouldn't be. Not if you want to camp in your favorite national, state, or provincial park this summer.
A few years ago, while visiting one of my 80 first cousins in Holland, I found out her husband had just returned from a two-week RV trip in Canada with his adult son. With so many cousins, we often have overseas relatives come to Ontario to visit, but their trip had a different purpose. They wanted a unique father-son adventure.