If you loved to camp before starting a family and now have babies and young kids still in the napping phase, sleep can be a huge barrier to getting back out into the outdoors. And depending on where you live…Read More
Camper vanning is already a popular way to road trip across many parts of the world. Typically, tourists fly into a hub city and then rent a vehicle that has been converted into a smaller version of what we would consider a…
Balknap Hot Springs is one of three Central Oregon hot springs within an easy one-hour drive of Eugene. Located on the McKenzie River, the springs were discovered and initially developed by R.S. Belknap in 1869. Visitor’s to today’s Belknap Hot…
Our family has a small obsession with vintage trailers and we frequently take ours on our road trips, which is why we were so excited to interview Phil Noyes, author of Trailerama, a coffee table book celebrating all that is vintage trailer. Trailerama is a celebration of what travel trailers have meant to road tripping families, and inspiration for finding your first vintage trailer to enjoy a whole new generation of road trips.
Before kids, camping happens on a whim. Want to go camping? Sure. Toss a few things in the car and off you go. After kids, you need a professional organizer. We asked Helen Olsson, author of The Down & Dirty Guide to Camping with Kids to give us her top ten tips for car camping with kids. After a trip or two, you’ll wonder how you ever camped with out them.
Review and campground spotlight of the Durango RV Resort in Red Bluff, California.