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In This Issue
- Q&A: Do you prefer a drivable or towable RV and why?
- We reach out to our readers to learn who prefers a drivable over a towable and why? Which do you think is more popular - you might be surprised.
- Lands End in the Bruce Peninsula
- Leave behind the bustling streets of Toronto and head north to reach the end of the Bruce Peninsula. Here you will find caves used for pirates' booty, exotic grottos, and sunken ships. Read about tree-lined campsites, boat rentals to explore the waters, and hikes to get you into nature.
- Valley of Fire State Park Neveda
- The beauty of the southwest can easily be seen in Zion and Grand Canyon National Parks; the crowds attest to that fact. The lesser-known Valley of Fire State Park is a great way to see similar landscapes as the larger parks, but with fewer crowds. The author talks about various camping options for RVers and campers in the state park.
- Welcome to the Wild West: Mesilla, New Mexico
- This small 6-square mile town in New Mexico is rich in old west history. Famous figures such as Kit Carson, Billy the Kid, and Pat Garret have once roamed these streets. President Grant dined at the famous La Posta de Mesilla, still to this day voted one of the top 10 Mexican Restaurants in the United States. This is a must-see for any RVer headed to the Las Cruces, New Mexico area.
- Beaches, Kites and Warm Nights: South Padre Island, Texas
- Growing in popularity, this beach town offers visitors so much to see and do. Beachfront camping accommodations make this location an RVers dream. Read about the annual kite festival, top restaurant picks and local wildlife encounters.
- Featured Destinations: Boston and Boston's Freedom Trail
- Boston is a fantastic RV destination for so many reasons; namely the rich and diverse history of this city. Learn where great campgrounds are located, how to best navigate the city, recommendations for the best lobster rolls, and cannolis. The article provides a walkable guide to the Freedom Trail and takes you step-by-step through some of Boston's most iconic sites.
- Glacier National Park, Montana
- This article is full of great hiking recommendations for seeing one of North America's most beautiful National Parks. Full of glaciers, valleys, mountains, pristine lakes, and plenty of wildlife, Glacier National Park is a must-visit for any outdoor enthusiast.
- Morro Bay, California
- A mystical land full of Elfin Forests, a 23-milllion-year-old volcanic plug, whales galore, and plenty of cafes to keep you fueled up for some great retail therapy. This gorgeous seaside town offers great hiking, whale watching, and the state park campground there is also a winter home to the California Monarch butterfly.
- The High Desert, Orgeon
- The writer takes you through the unique geographical features of this prehistoric land. Read how early settlers worked this, at times, barren land and where to find the best places to camp and RV. Don't let the word desert fool you; this land is full of delicious regional cuisine, craft beers, local wines, spectacular fishing, and more.
- The Wild West Abounds: Deadwood South Dakota
- A town that was once home to some of the most notorious Wild Westerners - Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, and Seth Bullock to name a few. Writer Caly Behymer strolls readers through the history of this town and takes side adventures to Mount Rushmore, Custer State Park and Keystone. Readers will hop aboard a true steam locomotive for a ride through the surrounding hills as well as climb out of a gorge on the Sunday Gulch Trail in the beautiful Custer State Park.
- The Secondest Biggest Canyon Around: Palo Duro Canyon, Texas
- The US is home to two incredibly large canyons; the Grand Canyon and the lesser-known Palo Duro Canon just outside of Amarillo, Texas. This state park is home to several campgrounds to meet the needs of all types of campers and RVers, including larger groups. It also offers great hiking, expansive views and the Visitor Center hosts the beautiful Canyon Gallery full of one-of-a-kind Native American art.
- Big Bend, Texas
- Big Bend National Park has been designated as an International Dark Sky Park by the International Dark-Sky Association. Nighttime photography here is literally out of this world, and the area is also known for great hiking, hot springs, and the world-famous Terlingua International Chili Cook-Off. A quick trip across the Rio Grande to Boquillas, Mexico offers a great place for lunch.
- Boondocking in New Mexico
- Boondocking is all about getting off the grid and getting intimate with nature. Las Cruces, New Mexico offers some beautiful options to get out and get "lost" in nature, including the other-worldly experience of White Sands National Park and the jagged Organ Mountains.
- The Grandest of them all: Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
- There are plenty of camping options in and around Grand Teton National Park. This park offers spectacular views of snow-capped, jagged mountain peaks, crystal clear glacial lakes, unforgettable hiking, and wildlife galore. Writers share tips on where the best photo opportunities exist in the park to walk away with wall-worthy memories.
- Hiking the Sandstones of Time: Badlands National Park, South Dakota
- South of I-90 near the famous Wall Drug, the flat prairie land opens up into Badlands National Park. This park offers great hiking trails among the sandstone formations and prairie lands dotted with wildflowers. Camping in this area ranges from boondocking to full hook-up campgrounds and offers plenty of options for all types of RVers and campers.
- Red River Gorge: One of Kentucky's Best Kept Secrets
- Famous for the Natural Bridge formation, and Miguel's Pizza, Red River Gorge is one of Kentucky's best-kept secrets. Just a short drive from Lexington, Kentucky, inside Daniel Boone National Forest lies 29,000 acres dedicated to a unique geological landscape full of miles of hiking, ATV trails, lakes and rivers for kayakers, caves and the rock formations and rock faces here are a rock climber's dream.
- RVD's Campground Spotlight: 4-Guys RV Park Staton, Kentucky
- This issue's Campground Spotlight takes readers just outside of Daniel Boone National Forest in eastern Kentucky to Four Guys RV Park. Family owned and operated, this park caters to rigs of all sizes and offers wide-open spaces, a fishing pond, a swimming pool and community cookouts on holiday weekends.
- Where in the World is Hailey: Durango, Colorado
- Where will we find Hailey and her trusty side-kick Pip in this issue? Follow Hailey and Pip as they explore great hiking, dining options, and a great RV park in Durango, Colorado.
- RV Destinations Photography Tips and Tricks Special Edition: Costa Rica
- For those that think the only way to get stunning images is by selling your first-born to buy top of the line photography equipment, this edition of RVD Photography Tips and Tricks will have you rethinking that idea. Filled with jaw-dropping images, all taken with a camera phone, this issue shows you how to walk away from a trip capturing some great images with nothing more than your cell phone.
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RV Destinations Magazine is simply a travel magazine for the RVer. It is designed to tug at the travel heart-strings of the RVer and camper; to inspire you to get out and explore. Whether you are trekking the land by backpack, tent, Class A, B or C, travel trailer, or just the backseat of your car, this magazine is for you. Chocked full of stunning imagery and write-ups on everything from well-known destinations to those hidden gems off the beaten path. So get out there, explore, and happy camping.
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