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  • As the Weather Heats Up, Take a Walk in the Dark Tuesday, May 31, 2016

    In Jules Verne’s classic “Journey to the Center of the Earth,” the story’s heroes leave the planet’s sunlit surface behind, only to enter an alien world where they must fight off giant insects and dodge underground lightning storms just to stay alive.

    While it’s true that they don’t make stories like they used to, modern-day motorhome travelers can still have a similar adventure — minus the melodramatic perils, of course — on their own voyage of subterranean discovery at south-central Kentucky’s Mammoth Cave National Park.

  • Tents for Troops Podcast; Toutle River RV Resort Friday, May 27, 2016

    Podcast episode 94 features an interview with Charlie Curry, the founder of Tents for Troops and the manager of Toutle River RV Resort.

    The resort in Castle Rock, Washington, is located between Olympia, Washington, and Portland, Oregon. It’s a sprawling campground with hundreds of sites and plenty of activities for families, including a giant croquette field, saunas, smokehouses and multiple covered pavilions.

  • New Pala Casino RV Resort Grand Opening Monday, May 23, 2016

    Amidst a beautiful 10-acre site, today marks the Grand Opening of the all new Pala Casino RV Resort. Grassy lawns and picnic tables are just the beginning at the 100 full-service sites that feature electric, water and sewer hookups as well as free WiFi.

  • Jellystone Parks Off to a Strong Start in 2016 Wednesday, May 18, 2016

    Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts across much of the country anticipate a very strong summer camping season, with reservations at most campgrounds eclipsing last year’s figures.

  • Spectacular rock formations, color await at Bryce and Zion Monday, May 02, 2016

    For beautiful, colorful limestone formations that are natural art forms, visit Bryce and Zion National Parks in the beautiful state of Utah. The horseshoe shaped, naturally carved ‘hoodoos’ are intertwined by trails of whimsical rock formations. Not sure what a hoodoo is? Hike the trail, and you will see. It’s a fun surprise of geology.