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KOA: Foil packet camping kabobs

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(April 20, 2017) -- These foil packet kabobs can easily be chopped/seasoned/prepared at home, and cooked over a toasty campfire. Another reason the KOA home office staff loves this recipe is the fact that each camper can customize their kabob. Don’t forgot this simple meal next time you’re camping at KOA! Read More »

CA: RV spots at fair on sale starting May 1

(April 19, 2017) -- RV spaces for the 2017 Siskiyou Golden Fair will go on sale in the fair office at 1712 Fairlane Road in Yreka on May 1 at 8 a.m. The RV park usually fills up within the first 48 hours and space is limited. Read More »

Ontario: RV parking bylaw goes back for review

(April 19, 2017) -- Wasaga Beach council’s coordinated committee accepted a recommendation to refer the proposed bylaw back to staff after councillors, and the community, raised concerns about the aesthetic impact of allowing recreational vehicles such as motorhomes or boats parked in a residential driveway. Read More »

AL: Talladega is a social event and race

(April 19, 2017) -- Campgrounds stretch out for miles around Talladega Superspeedway, and on the Friday morning of the big race weekend, trucks, trailers and RVs fill the roads. For the next three days, a city of tens of thousands will inhabit the fields outside this massive racetrack, but the place to be is in the infield. Read More »

What kind of camper are you?

(April 19, 2017) -- One of the things I’ve noted along the way is that we as campers appear to have three basic types of campground options from which to choose. Read More »

Interstellar Orchard: Tower Arch

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(April 18, 2017) -- It’s another travel day, goodbye Valley of the Gods! Before noon I’m passing through Bluff, UT, the cute little town that I’ve been utilizing for laundry and showers while in the area. If you get the chance, stop at the Twin Rocks Trading Post – neat scenery and the Navajo Taco at the cafe next door is quite good. Read More »

Gypsy Journal RV: National Motorcycle Museum

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(April 18, 2017) -- Motorcycles. Some people love them and some people hate them. If you’re one of those who enjoys the thrill of travel on two wheels and the wind in your hair, you know a special kind of joy and freedom those who confine themselves to four wheels (or more) will never experience. Read More »

Roadtreking: Craziest campground stories

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(April 18, 2017) -- We were camped at Yosemite, on the valley floor, near the restrooms. We saw not just one or two, but several people using the porto-potty dump to wash their dishes. I mean, it looks like a giant toilet, set low to the ground. You’d think that’d be a clue... Read More »

Malia’s Miles: Romero Ruin Trail

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(April 18, 2017) -- A lot of times I like to hike alone since I’m a serious dawdler and want to take my time and go at my own pace. But I’m really glad I did this Ranger-led hike since I know I ended up learning a lot more than I would have on my own just from reading the signs. Read More »