Summer-Winter Travelers Guides

Winter RV Travel Guides:

Guide to Colorado River

This area is known as "Arizona's West Coast". The Colorado River flows from Lake Powell west through the Grand Canyon into Lake Mead. It then turns south from Hoover Dam all the way to the Gulf of California in Mexico. The river forms the border between Arizona and California and parts of Nevada.

Guide to New Mexico

Situated in the southwestern corner of the United States, New Mexico is full of interesting attractions for visitors to discover. Sophisticated cities like Santa Fe and Albuquerque are rich in cultural attractions and have a fascinating historical heritage to showcase. New Mexico boasts wonderful national parks and recreation areas where outdoor enthusiasts can pursue a wide range of adventure sports.  Oh yeah...and don't forget the balloon festival!

Guide to South Texas

South Texas has a variety of attractions and activities to fill out a full vacation itinerary. From historical sites to unique festivals and celebrations, there is always something to see and do in South Texas.  Maybe even be a snowbird for a season...or two.

Guide to Southeastern Arizona

From the rugged mountain forests to the desert grasslands of Sierra Vista, the southeast corner of Arizona is one of the state’s most scenic regions. Much of this area is part of Cochise County, named in 1881 in honor of the chief of the Chihuahua Apache. Cochise waged war against troops and settlers for 11 years, and was respected by Indians and non-Indians alike for his integrity and leadership.

Summer RV Travel Guides:

Guide to Door County Wisconsin

Door County is on a peninsula between Green Bay and Lake Michigan, in the state of Wisconsin. It’s known for its long shoreline and many parks. Peninsula State Park on Green Bay is home to sheltered Nicolet Beach, with its calm waters. On Lake Michigan, Newport State Park is a wilderness park crisscrossed with trails. Potawatomi State Park, in Sturgeon Bay, is fringed by limestone cliffs.

Guide to the Oregon Coast

It doesn’t get much more coastal than this region. And thanks to a pioneering beach bill, all 363 miles of Oregon’s coastline remain free and public. That means endless opportunities to comb for agates or glass floats, catch your own Dungeness crab or razor clam, watch for whales, seals and puffins, make footprints in the sand or simply be captivated by a winter storm from inside a cozy beachfront lodge. No matter the season, the Oregon Coast is a rejuvenating getaway.

Guide to Route 66

There are lengthier road trips, there are shorter road trips, and there are even slightly more scenic road trips out there, but there still isn’t a more iconic all-American road trip than Route 66. During the mid-20th century, when American families were heading west en masse, Route 66 served as an expressway to vacation land. Today, this road—which stretches from Chicago to Santa Monica —offers drivers snapshot after snapshot of American summers past and more quirky roadside attractions than you can shake a stick at.

Guide To Jackson Hole (Grand Teton NP), WY

The Town Square features arches made of shed antlers from the nearby National Elk Refuge. The National Museum of Wildlife Art has works by Andy Warhol and Georgia O’Keeffe. North are the peaks of Grand Teton National Park, as well as vast Yellowstone National Park.