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7 Great U.S. Road Trip Itineraries to take in 2022

The United States is nearly four million square miles in size. You could spend a lifetime traveling throughout the country and still miss out on some gems. On the other hand, most of us don’t have a lifetime to spend traveling full time, so we need to be a bit more strategic in our travels....

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Campervan Tips for Road Trips in the USA

If you’re looking to explore the United States, there’s no better way than a classic road trip. Whether you want to explore the mountains of Colorado, the vastness of the Grand Canyon, or see major cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco, getting on the road for an extended road trip is an experience you’ll...

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Easy Camping Meals for your Next Campervan Road Trip

Unless you’re an incredibly talented chef, camping trips often aren’t gourmet experiences. What your camping recipe looks like really depends on the type of camping you’re doing. If you’re country camping or sleeping in your campervan, you can bring out the cast iron skillet and the dutch oven and have a feast if you like....

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Travellers Campervan in Valley of Fire State Park

8 Must Have Camping and Road Trip Apps for Your Campervan Adventure

If you’re looking to make the most of your road trips, you need to know the best camping and road trip apps that will make or break your experience. Sure, there’s value in getting offline and just being outside, but it helps to know where you’re going and where the cheapest gas is on the...

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Cathedral Gorge State Park in Nevada

6 Campervan Campgrounds Near Cathedral Gorge State Park

Cathedral Gorge State Park is the crown jewel of eastern Nevada. Rainwater erosion in the Meadow Valley Wash made the park as we know it today! While you might not think there is much to enjoy in the eastern part of the silver state, you’d be surprised! There is more to Nevada than just Las...

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5 Campgrounds in Great Basin National Park Worth Visiting

While national parks are often associated with crowds, Great Basin National Park is in the top 10 for least visited national parks in the US. According to the visitor center and NPS statistics, there are only about 90,000 annual visitors to this overlooked gem of eastern Nevada! Nevada has two national parks; however, Great Basin...

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Top 6 Lake Tahoe Campgrounds for Your Campervan Trip

Straddling the border between California and Nevada is Lake Tahoe. Surrounded by wilderness and national forest service land, Lake Tahoe is a world of its own. Whether you want to paddleboard and kayak across the lake itself, hike the Desolation Wilderness, or enjoy the city of South Lake Tahoe, you’ll have more options than you...

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6 Campervan Campgrounds near Valley of Fire State Park

If you’re looking to escape into the desert and find some solitude in the Nevada state parks, then Valley of Fire State Park is calling your name. Located about an hour from Las Vegas and near Lake Mead, Valley of Fire State Park’s white domes and petroglyphs are exactly what your campervan bucket list needs!...

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Our Guides

Welcome to our guides page! All our guides provide plenty of information and have been written by our own staff and experienced campervan travelers. Start reading through each one of them and get prepared for your campervan roadtrip journey – our guides include information about best road trip adventures, how to get prepared for your...

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Hikers on Half Dome in Yosemite

Top 10 Hikes in Yosemite National Park

California’s famed Yosemite National Park sees millions of visitors annually. If you aren’t one of those, then it should absolutely be on your bucket list! With seemingly limitless outdoor activities under the shade of the giant sequoias, you’ll never be short on things to do! In this post, we’re going to review our top 10...

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View of Grand Prismatic from Fair Falls Trail

The 10 Best Hiking Trails in Yellowstone National Park

North America’s first national park, Yellowstone, is one year short of celebrating its 150th birthday. Located in Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park is one of the premier parks in the United States. With geological formations, wildlife, hydrothermal features, and a supervolcano, this arguably most famous national park has activities for everyone. So if you’re looking to...

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campervan in Valley of Fire State Park

Top 10 Campervan Campgrounds in Nevada

What states come to mind when you think of taking a campervan road trip to the desert southwest? Utah? Arizona? Southern California? If Nevada isn’t on your bucket list, you’re missing out on some underappreciated gems! Nevada has more to offer than just ghost towns and the Las Vegas Strip! If you’re looking to see...

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Kelly Lacy the Awkward Tourist

7 Campervan Adventurers You Should Be Following

If this summer is the one where you plan to pursue your bucket list like never before, you may want some guidance before you head out! With so many places to go and experiences to choose from, how do you narrow down what to see and what to put off until next summer? These seven...

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Interview Series: Fame is a Fickle Food—Soha

We interviewed 7 campervan bloggers that you should be following. In this series, we’ll be going over their best tips for places to go, things to do, and what to eat along the way! Soha Soha, who goes by Fameisaficklefood, is a travel photographer. She has a well-manicured social media presence where you can see...

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Kelly Lacy the Awkward Tourist

Interview Series: The Awkward Tourist—Kelly Lacy

We interviewed 7 campervan bloggers that you should be following. In this series, we’ll be going over their best tips for places to go, things to do, and what to eat along the way! Kelly Lacy Kelly of the Awkward Tourist is more than just a solo travel aficionado. A flight attendant and blogger, Kelly...

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