ZINIO logo

RV Destinations Magazine Issue 1: July 2020

RV Destinations Magazine is a travel magazine for the RVer. It'll tug at your travel heart-strings and inspire you to get out and explore. Whether you're trekking by backpack, tent, Class A, B, or C, travel trailer, or just the backseat of your car, this magazine is for you. With stunning imagery from cover to cover, you'll find write-ups on everything from well-known destinations to those hidden gems off the beaten path to help you choose your next vacation getaway. So, get out there and explore.

Read More
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
RV Destinations Magazine, LLC
Frequency:
Bimonthly
₹436.89
₹1,458
8 Issues

in this issue

2 min
letter from the publishers

We are Randy and Caly Behymer. We, like so many others, have a love for traveling, whether domestically or internationally. Not only do we love visiting new places to experience the culture, historical aspects, trying new cuisine and seeing new scenery, but we love to walk and even more, we love to hike. We are convinced given enough time and hikes, we could solve all the world’s problems. We love that it’s just the two of us, two of our dogs, and we are immersed in nature, marveling in all that God has created. Sometimes we are silent and just listen to our own breathing (or huffing) and other times we don’t seem to have enough miles to cover all the things we want to talk about. It was on…

f004-01
1 min
about the publishers

Randy and Caly Behymer are avid RV travelers, hikers and photographers. They have been RV’ing together for years, visiting states and many countries of the world. Their love of RV travel and documenting that travel to share with others turned into creating RV Destinations Magazine. They have a successful financial planning practice and have been in the financial services industry since the early 90’s. Photography has always been a creative outlet for them eventually leading them to opening a photography business. Randy and Caly are from a small rural town in Kentucky. There they live with three dogs and a cat. Two Boxers, Bella and Zoe, an American Bulldog Tyson and Annie the cat. Randy has three children from a previous marriage that has blessed them both with several grand kids. When not…

f005-01
3 min
q&a

The goal in my life is having new experiences within the safety net of my routine comforts. This is where RV traveling is a wonderful home away from home. That being said, I’d explore a place I haven’t yet been. Maine in the spring or fall sounds intriguing, as does staying along the Cape, with perhaps day trips or overnight stays to Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard. I believe you can ferry a car and RV over with proper planning. However, they do have RV rentals so you can still enjoy an RV without the expense of ferrying your own over. An extra could be enjoying the Daffodil Festival in late April, along with the obvious allure of fresh seafood. —F. Breeding, Floyds Knobs, IN RV Destinations: We agree with you that a trip…

f006-01
7 min
the amazing red sandstone of page, az

Our next RV destination takes us to north central Arizona. If you find yourself in Grand Canyon National Park and have a few days to spare, a quick side-trip to Page Arizona is worth its weight in gold. Page sits on the Arizona/Utah state line in north central Arizona and on the south side of Lake Powell. This small town of a little more than 7,000 residents is a perfect home-base for touring many amazing geological features in the area. Frankly, Page Arizona is one of my favorite spots in the southwest. From Grand Canyon National Park, drive east on Highway 64, then turn north on Highway 89. After a couple-hour drive, you’ll arrive in Page Arizona. The drive from Grand Canyon to Page passes through beautiful scenery of large canyons…

f009-01
4 min
step back in time to navajo nation’s monument valley

Tucked away in the heart of Navajo Nation on the eastern border of Arizona and Utah lies an area famous for such movies as Stagecoach, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, Forrest Gump and Back to the Future. Many will recognize the tall sandstone buttes rising from the valley floor, as they’ve been featured in many early western films. Few, however, know the Navajo name of this unique place—Tse’Bii’Ndzisgaii, or Ojato-Monument Valley. If you’re like me and occasionally enjoy turning off your computer, stepping out of your cubicle and escaping modern luxuries, I can’t think of a better place to get unplugged than Monument Valley. Situated in the middle of the Navajo Nation, this 28-square mile tract of desertlike land is situated in the Colorado Plateau. The exposed and weathered iron oxide…

f020-01
4 min
step back in time to navajo nation’s monument valley

Tucked away in the heart of Navajo Nation on the eastern border of Arizona and Utah lies an area famous for such movies as Stagecoach, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, Forrest Gump and Back to the Future. Many will recognize the tall sandstone buttes rising from the valley floor, as they’ve been featured in many early western films. Few, however, know the Navajo name of this unique place—Tse’Bii’Ndzisgaii, or Ojato-Monument Valley. If you’re like me and occasionally enjoy turning off your computer, stepping out of your cubicle and escaping modern luxuries, I can’t think of a better place to get unplugged than Monument Valley. Situated in the middle of the Navajo Nation, this 28-square mile tract of desertlike land is situated in the Colorado Plateau. The exposed and weathered iron oxide…

f021-01