NM RV resort offers package deal on food and wine event

  Northern New Mexico’s Angel Fire RV Resort is offering a Food & Wine Roundup RV package that offers RVers a significant savings when they book a minimum three-night stay. The package includes tickets to events at the first annual Angel Fire Food & Wine Roundup. The four-day Western-themed event is August 24 – 27, 2017. The festival will feature activities such... Read More

Take your RV on the road less traveled

  By Bob Difley Many of America’s most scenic drives wind across and through remote public lands, such as our national forests (NF) and land managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Though not receiving the same publicity as our National Parks and Monuments, the National Scenic Byways (NSB) and the especially notable All-American Roads are mostly low-traveled, two-lane... Read More

Camp with your RV at farms and wineries

  We’ve told you before about Harvest Hosts, a club where members can stay overnight for free in their self-contained RVs at farms, wineries and other non-traditional but interesting locations. RVtravel.com editor Chuck Woodbury ran into Harvest Hosts founders Kim and Don Greene recently and got an update on the organization, which just keeps on getting better. Click the video... Read More

Where can I boondock and see California condors

  Here’s a question from a reader of RVtravel.com about boondocking.  Hi Bob, My wife and I are RVers from the Midwest and would like to see the California condors that have been introduced into the wild in California. Are there any places to boondock where we can see them? —Bernie Hi Bernie, Here’s a worthwhile choice, not only to see... Read More

Bavarian tiny homes debut in Washington RV park

  By Emily Woodbury The Thousand Trails Leavenworth RV Campground in Washington is introducing the latest Petite Retreats Tiny House Village with a “Tiny Open House” event Saturday, June 24th. The 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. event will include lunch for attendees.  The five individually designed, Bavarian-themed tiny houses (named “Adeline,” “Belle,” “Hanna,” “Otto,” or “Rudolf”) are surrounded by nearly seven miles of hiking... Read More

Man convicted of $2M RV park fraud

  A federal jury has convicted a Minnesota man of stealing $2 million from investors to build a RV park which he hoped would bring in money from North Dakota’s oil boom. Ronald David Johnson of Corcoran, Minnesota, has been found guilty on all counts of wire fraud and money laundering.  Johnson fraudulently solicited $2.1 million dollars from his four... Read More