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Deadlines for Colorado camping happening now

(Jan. 19, 2018) -- You can make reservations at most campgrounds in Colorado’s national forests and national parks up to six months in advance through Recreation.gov. Be sure to select the “flexible” dates option so you can quickly look over a month of availability at once. Read More »

ID: Rural resort in the works

(Jan. 19, 2018) -- A resort that will include a boutique hotel, camping sites and outdoor event amenities is planned for a rural Hayden-area property off Dodd Road. Read More »

FL: Tin Can Tourist vintage camper show

(Jan. 19, 2018) -- Don’t be surprised if you are in a time warp on the road near Hawthorne Saturday — the Tin Can Tourist vintage camper show of lovingly restored recreational vehicles will be at Little Orange Creek Nature Park on Saturday. Read More »

CMM launches campground software

(Jan. 19, 2018) -- He quickly noticed that campground, RV park and manufactured home communities lagged other industries in terms of technology. He identified an enormous demand for an automated methodology for property owners and managers to improve the way they hire, train and manage their personnel more effectively. Read More »

Roadtreking: Straight talk with RV wives

(Jan. 19, 2018) -- Among a host of topics, today’s episode features a “For Women Only” advice section from Jennifer for RV wives. Now I think husbands will also benefit to this but what she’s done is address a bunch of concerns that RV women have raised with her as she has met them in our travels across North America. Read More »

Watson Wander: A great start to the new year

(Jan. 19, 2018) -- We spent the first two weeks of 2018 hanging out in the desert surrounded by gorgeous scenery and great friends. With ample opportunities for hiking, biking, exploring, extended happy hours, warm fires, delicious shared meals, and enjoying a general sense well being, I would say we’re off to a great start for the new year. Read More »

RV Life: How a helicopter found us boondocking

(Jan. 19, 2018) -- In the last installment we were exploring the mining enterprise of Bickel Camp in California’s El Paso Mountains. Old Walt Bickel was not alone for his quest for mineral wealth, as the mountains are dotted with old mine workings including the infamous Burro Schmidt’s Tunnel, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Read More »