First, you hear it. An extraordinarily loud, primeval “whucker, whucker, whucker!” The sound fills the forest. Then, you see it. A big, black-and-white bird with a vivid red head crest flies through the trees and eventually rests on a branch.
The glories of desert treasure described by famed environmentalist Edward Abbey in his 1968 book are part of the reason Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument is worthy of exploration.
Warmth will always make Florida a popular state for RVers in winter. But which Florida town is best for exploration? St. Augustine gets my vote for the best merger of beaches and fascinating history.
Visitors to Savannah, Georgia, encounter Southern-style warmth and hospitality, akin to spending time with an old friend. The distinctive moss-draped trees, antebellum homes, and horse-drawn carriages help to give one the relaxed and comfortable impression that there’s no rush here.
From 2009 to 2013, an average of 5,540 fires a year involved motorhomes and other recreational vehicles, according to estimates provided by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). On average, those fires killed 36 people and injured 135 annually.
Some have joked that when it comes to RVing, “roughing it” means having the worst possible Wi-Fi reception in the campground. However you personally define the term, it likely won’t apply to the 2016 American Eagle by American Coach, manufactured by REV Recreation Group (formerly Allied Recreation Group).
Tennessee, the Volunteer State, spreads a sumptuous feast for RV travelers who seek adventures in cuisine. Trolling for traditional recipes in the mountains of East Tennessee took me from the vibrant restaurant scene in downtown Knoxville to cookstoves in log cabins and iron kettles simmering over campfires.