Winter Camping Review-Honey Creek State Park Resort

One of the things that was on our checklist when we were searching for a new RV was that the trailer was a "four seasons" camper.  We wanted to be sure we stayed comfortable even camping in sub freezing temps.  We didn't make it out during our first winter with the Fancy Nancy but I... Continue Reading →

Campground Review-Cedar Pass Campground, Badlands NPS

Back in July 2016, I began planning our July 4th summer vacation.  I knew that I wanted to plan a stop near Badlands National Park.  I had recently heard about the Cedar Pass Lodge and Campground and I knew I wanted to stay in the park while we explored the area.  I called up the... Continue Reading →

Campground Review: San Antonio KOA

It wasn't too long ago that I had a very different impression of KOA's than I do today.  KOA stands for Kampgrounds of America.  It is a franchise that has over 500 campgrounds in North America.  There are KOA Journeys which are great for pulling into after being on the road.  They tend to be... Continue Reading →

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