Category: Nature & Wildlife

6 Underappreciated National Parks in the U.S.

RV to 6 underappreciated national parks. The United States has 59 protected National Parks, giving travelers a long list of spectacular destinations to visit. While everybody knows the most popular parks — Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, Glacier — you probably haven’t heard much about these less-publicized gems. These parks might not be household names, but they’re just
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Mummies and Eagles and Bears…Oh My!

Located 40 miles east of Oklahoma City, Shawnee might seem like a typical small town but there is adventure to be found if you know where to look for it. Home to four Native American tribes, the International Finals Youth rodeo, and the friendliest people on earth. There is no place like Shawnee (that is
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See Arizona’s Natural Side at Sabino Canyon Recreational Area

RV to Sabino Canyon for wild Arizona adventure. A short drive north of Tucson, Sabino Canyon offers visitors of all abilities an opportunity to experience a close-up view of the natural side of Arizona. Here, visitors can view massive boulders (dislodged during an earthquake in 1887) that have tumbled down from the canyon’s walls into
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Exploring Biosphere 2 Near Tucson, Arizona

RV travel encourages a self-sustaining lifestyle — but nothing compares to Biosphere 2. Biosphere 2, in Oracle, Arizona, is one of the most remarkable structures ever built. One of the largest greenhouses in the world, the 3.14-acre complex houses living organisms from five environments, also called biomes. These enclosed environments include a rain forest, ocean, wetlands, savannah and desert. More
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