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RV Destinations Magazine Issue 4: May 2021

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.

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Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
RV Destinations Magazine, LLC
Frequency:
Bimonthly
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8 Issues

in this issue

1 min
letter from the publishers

For many of us, this time of year brings the dusting off of the camping gear for the upcoming camping season. Spring has sprung and many of us (especially those of us in the colder states) are itching to get out, explore and get our wheels rolling. This time of year brings about a sense of “newness” as trees bud, flowers bloom and the smell of spring spices the air. We have already started our travels for this year and welcomed a warm refuge in the South. We also had an exciting surprise trip pop up and can’t wait to share with you our experience in an upcoming issue. There never seems to be enough travel days in the year to get out and see all that we want to…

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2 min
q&a what is your favorite state park to visit?

Devils Den State Park, Winslow, AR. Good trails, great campgrounds, awesome cabins, nice cafe, just as pretty as a postcard —J. Oakes Knoxville, AR South Carlsbad State Beach San Diego County, CA. Cliff side camping, wide open beach and wonderful sunsets. Campsites are spacious. —B. Barnett, Brea Ca Dry Falls Sun Lake Sate Park, Coulee City, WA. —JRS Vancouver Huntington Beach State Park Murrells Inlet, SC. South Carolina has some really beautiful state parks that are very diverse from the beaches in the low country, to the lakes in the Midlands and the mountains in the upstate. So, it’s hard to just pick one but Huntington Beach SP is right on the beach and has about 50 sites with full hookups (including 50amp service). There are other sites with water and electric with a dump station on site. There…

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7 min
d.c. washington

38.9072° N 77.0369° W Whether you’re a foodie, history lover, political science fanatic or are just trying to find an educational and interesting trip for your kids, Washington, D.C. is one of the best cities to visit in America. Founded in 1790 with land from Virginia and Maryland (the District used to be a perfect square); surveyed by a free African- American named Benjamin Banneker; designed by a Frenchman named Pierre Charles L’Enfant whom you can thank for the confusing state-named avenues and burned by the British in August 1814, D.C. had an interesting start as America’s third Capital city (New Youk City and Philadelphia had previously held the distinction). The ideal time to visit for smaller crowds is January-February, but really it’s one of the best destinations in America all year…

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7 min
two for the ages

35.0396° N 108.3451° W The high deserts of New Mexico have long been a source of great inspiration, but if you’re looking to add a little perspiration to your inspiration, look no further than the relatively little-known duo of Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument and El Morro National Monument. Offering short but strenuous hikes and scenery galore, they possess a delightful combination of accessibility and solitude in spectacular remote destinations that are worth the drive! EL MORRO NATIONAL MONUMENT El Morro National Monument, located 120 miles west of Albuquerque, is a historic promontory with a fascinating storytelling legacy carved deep into its sandstone walls over hundreds of years. Short but interesting hiking paths illuminate both historical and archeological delights. Located on an old east-to-west migration route, El Morro, or The Headland, is truly “one for…

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6 min
rvshare’s top destination white sands

Hi, I’m Chloé Brennan, a photographer, traveler and content creator for @chloebeephoto. We’re currently based out of the Emerald Coast of Florida as wedding and lifestyle photographers, but our passion lies in adventure. When we told our families and friends that we’d be spending our holiday vacation on a cross-country road trip, they thought we’d lost our minds. Joke’s on them because we lost those a long time ago. We have three young daughters, ages 9, 2 and 1, all of whom have been on a relatively tight schedule their entire lives and have only ever traveled long-distance via plane. My partner, Nick, spent two years in his 20’s traveling out of his van around the entire coasts of Australia and New Zealand, but even he was nervous about the undertaking.…

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2 min
million dollar highway

There are many breathtaking scenic drives in North America; the Overseas Highway in Florida, Pacific Coast Highway in California and U.S. Route 101 in Oregon are a few that quickly come to mind. However, it’s rumored that one of Colorado’s scenic drives cost one million dollars per mile to painfully forge its way through the most remote, mountainous and stunning landscape the Rocky Mountains have to offer. This short stretch of road might top the list for the most scenic drive in North America and should be on every RVer’s bucket list: Million Dollar Highway. A 25-mile section of U.S. Highway 550 between Ouray and Silverton, Colorado, the Million Dollar Highway winds and curves through the San Juan Mountains, offering motorists some of the most breathtaking views of gorges, mountains and…

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