RVers are an adventurous bunch and with so many places in North America to explore, it seems like you’ll never get to see them all. But instead of throwing a dart on the map and hoping for the best, it makes more sense to start your 2016 RV trip planning by choosing from the top five destinations RVers love most. According to Fantasy RV Tours and Creative World Travel, the top five destinations on most RVers bucket lists are:
Destination 5: Retracing the Lewis and Clark Expedition
Imagine what it was like to explore unknown territory in 1804 – but doing it from the comforts of your modern home on wheels? It took Lewis and Clark over two years to traverse the 2,66 miles between St. Louis and the Oregon Coast but you’ll only need about 45 laid-back days to follow in their footsteps! Meander along the Missouri, Snake and Columbia Rivers to the west coast of Oregon without the hassle of organizing your own itinerary. Tour guides can arrange everything including living history interpreters, trips through Glacier National Park, Mount St Helen’s and exploring local historical sites with ‘Clarkies’ – the re-enactors and storytellers, who present living history performances as your rig moves through time.
Destination 4: Polar Bear Migration in Canada
On the northern tundra of Manitoba, Canada the majestic polar bears and their cubs migrate and socialize along the tundra at Hudson Bay waiting for the winter freeze. “…this is something we’ve wanted to do for a long time… it was all, and more than we had expected,” says RVers Renny and JoEllen Mitchell of Harveys Lake, PA. In two weeks RVers like the Mitchells get once-in-a-lifetime close encounters as they travel by chartered plane and train to Churchill, MB – the Polar Bear Capital of the World, where they closely