Category: Historic Places & Landmarks

Tombstone, Arizona—a Gunslinging RV Destination

Go back in time for your next RV destination and visit Tombstone, Arizona. Located about 60 miles southeast of Tucson, the notorious town of Tombstone can be reached off Interstate 10 on Highway 80 south. During high season, it’s best to secure a reservation in one of the nearby Good Sam Parks, as Tombstone can be a popular
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Vintage Trailers Set to Rally at Pismo Coast Village RV Resort

The largest vintage trailer rally in the country is set to take place May 20–22 at Pismo Coast Village RV Resort in Pismo Beach, California. As many as 300 vintage trailers will be showcased by their proud owners on the grounds of the resort, located on the coast halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco.
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Idaho’s Amazing Craters of the Moon

Craters of the Moon, located near Arco, Idaho, is one of the most interesting geological sites in North America. Here, it is possible to climb to an elevation of 6,181-feet to reach the summit of Inferno Cone. From Loop Drive, the steep trail leading to the cinder cone’s summit is a 0.4-mile round trip hike
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Wild Rivers and Rugged Landscapes Greet Visitors of Eastern Oregon

The pioneers who rolled into eastern Oregon on covered wagons discovered a land of untamed rivers, deep gorges and parched deserts. Much of the country remains untouched to this day. The only difference is that today’s visitors arrive in the air-conditioned comfort of recreational vehicles rolling on scenery-rich highways and byways. On the Columbia In Umatilla County in the Northeast,
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