RVBusiness reports that several RV resorts near Phoenix, AZ., operated by Equity LifeStyle Properties are making improvements in preparation for the upcoming 2016-17 snowbird season, according to an announcement from the Arizona Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (Arizona ARVC). ViewPoint RV & Golf Resort in Mesa is working to complete its second fitness center […]Read more "ELS RV Resorts In Arizona Upgrading For 2016 Snowbirds"
The following article written by Rene Agredano recently appeared on the doityourselfrv.com website. Why Overnight RV Parking At Truck Stops Is Bad Idea By Rene Agredano Too broke or cheap to pay for one night at an RV park? Don’t even think about free overnight RV parking at truck stops, it’s just not a good […]Read more
If you’ve been RVing for even a short time and use the Internet, you’ve heard of Chuck Woodbury and his conglomeration of websites and blogs devoted to RVing. If you subscribe to his main website, RVTravel.com, you have also found out that he is one of the original bloggers – even before there were blogs […]Read more "Shout out to Chuck Woodbury and RVTravel.com"
Like it or not, along with the balmy sunny days of summer come nasty biting insects, like ticks, no-see-ums, black flies, and mosquitoes. It just doesn’t seem fair that they like to hang out in the same campsites and on the same trails that we RVers do. And if their itching reminders of their bites […]Read more "Fight back against those pesky mosquitoes"
The season is here when we all start heading outdoors for camping, hiking, mountain biking and other outdoor activities that could bring us eye-to-eye with deer ticks, that nasty little bug that brings with it Lyme Disease. May is Lyme Disease Awareness month and a good time to share information about staying protected from ticks […]Read more "How to avoid deer tick bites and Lyme Disease"
Mike Dechter, the NEPA Coordinator of the Forest Service’s 1.856-million acre Coconino National Forest, have had a continuing conversation about the Forest Service’s recently implemented Travel Management Plan. The Plan has been under development for several years as a way to control and manage the National Forests and to prevent irreparable damage. In the process, […]Read more "New free 2015 Motor Vehicle Use Map available for Coconino National Forest"
This sign (photo) appeared at the end of our driveway a couple days ago warning residents of the canyon of a new resident, a young mountain lion. For me, this was exciting news, as with all my years hiking in the wild, stalking and tracking wildlife, and attempting to spot signs of wildlife presence, spotting […]Read more "What to do if you cross paths with a mountain lion"