René M. Agredano
Tag Archives: National Parks
If your RV is over-sized, don’t give up on finding national parks with big rig camping. Plan carefully and there’s no need to deny yourself the experience of living among regional wild animals and timelessÂ scenery inÂ a national treasure. Here’s how. … Continue reading
All parks budgets are squeezed to the max, but free national and state park entry passes are still a relatively easy thing to get. Youâ€™ll need to plan your RV tripÂ carefully to do it, but the effort is worthwhile when … Continue reading
Nobody expects to end their summer getaway in a body bag. But each year that’s exactly what happens to campers who get injured or die in the national parks while on summer vacation. Unprepared summer hikes in rough terrain often … Continue reading
RVing in California’s outback got even better thanks to the three newest desert monuments officially declared by President Obama: Read original article on IRV2.
Kyle and Olivia’s foray into full-timing began when they purchased a 16-foot, 1985 Fiber Stream trailer and put their beliefs into action by making the conscious choice to live lightly in a small, paid-for RV. When RVers decide to hit … Continue reading