New system helps you snag popular campground spots

By Russ and Tiña De Maris Plenty of RVtravel.com readers have complained about the scarcity of overnight camping spaces, even in established RV parks. How about a show of hands of those of you who’ve had trouble getting a spot in something a little more “America the Beautiful,” say a campsite in Zion National Park? When the reservation site opens,…

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Need more power in your RV? Check out this ’78 Winnebago turbo

Do you sometimes (often?) wish you had a bit more grunt in your RV’s power? See what this Winnebago owner did with his rig. America’s long tradition of hitting the open highway in a big, lumbering RV has always run into one big roadblock: Those things are slow. That’s probably for the best, considering we’re talking about a one-bedroom apartment…

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Washington State Parks announces winter campground schedule

Washington State Parks has announced that more than 100 parks will remain open for camping or day-use activities during the 2018-2019 winter, while about 18 parks will close until March, April, or May, due to weather and other circumstances, reports KXLY. Each year, Washington State Parks identifies which parks will remain open and which will offer limited or partial services,…

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Hurricane Michael gaining strength, reaching winds of 150 mph

The National Hurricane Center (NHC) has just updated their warnings for Hurricane Michael to a strength of 150 mph, a high-end Category 4 storm that will reach Category 5 if it reaches 157 mph, reports CNN. The water levels continue to rise quickly, according to the NHC. Apalachicola recently reported over 5 feet of inundation above ground level. The NHC…

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