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Gather a few tips on camping in your RV or trailer at the Cougar Rock Campground in Mt. Rainier National Park. These two fun seekers also give cool advise on an end of season hike. Weasel Mouth travels in an Airstream and they always provide plenty of great photos to go along with their adventures. VIEW THEIR MT. RAINIER STORY
Portland, OR has a pretty solid reputation as a craft beer city, but the North East has their own Portland that has been making a name for itself in craft beer.
The Roaming Pint is your best bet when it comes to motor-travel + craft beer in the United States. Hop on board as Brian and Maria take you behind the brew and around the beer boom town of Portland, Maine. GET THE WHOLE SCOOP HERE
Grab a beverage in a to-go cup from any bar or from Parker’s Gas Station and take the most indirect route possible to whatever destination you might have.
Tips on the local neighborhoods, cheap eats, drinking on the move, and the best RV parking– located right in the heart of the city. An on foot and bike friendly set of mostly free and must see spots around the historic city of Savannah, Georgia. READ THE WHOLE STICK O’ BUTTER
The valley of Desert Hot Springs and the surrounding cities stretch for miles providing a seemingly endless flat landscape dominated by the lovely 10,834 foot San Jacinto Mountain in the background.
This trek worthy post includes local trail tips, links, and GPS coordinates to the Top O-The World in Desert Hot Springs, California. RVers tip: this hike takes place near the RV park that the crew from Wheeling It posted up at. Nina also hikes with her dog, “Pooch,” so her recommendations are pet friendly. READ THE FULL ARTICLE
All politics aside, DC has our vote for one of the most friendly urban camping cities in the northeast region. What traveler can contest the free museums, more of them that one could see in a single visit? Or the presidential monuments and array of ancient Egyptian, Greek, Romanesque, medieval, and modern architecture that span the city blocks? Read More…