Sedona is a magical place full of amazing scenery (specifically red rocks) It’s about 2 hours outside of Phoenix and definitely worth a visit! There is everything from hiking, off road jeeping, hot air balloon rides, spiritual healers and psychics. If you are interested in the energy aspect Sedona is know to have many vortexes.Continue reading “Sedona”

Grand Canyon

If you missed the Phoenix part of our trip, click here To skip to Sedona: The Grand Canyon is one of those must sees once in a lifetime. Pictures can’t do it justice especially in size and scope. We drove to the Grand Canyon from Phoenix, a 3.5 hour super scenic drive. FlagstaffContinue reading “Grand Canyon”

Arizona Trip (Phoenix, Grand Canyon, and Sedona)

To skip to Sedona: To skip to Grand Canyon: Although we didn’t camp in Arizona (we stayed in airbnb’s) we did enjoy a lot of hiking and area attractions. While in Sedona we did spot a RV park, Rancho Sedona RV Park that had a great location within walking distance to lots ofContinue reading “Arizona Trip (Phoenix, Grand Canyon, and Sedona)”

Nickerson State Park Cape Cod

Nickerson State Park is a large campground located in Brewster, Massachusetts at the center of Cape Cod. Not only is it a great campground, its a great place to visit for a day trip. One of our favorite things about Nickerson State Park campground was the cost. Unfortunately, the cost has increased significantly for outContinue reading “Nickerson State Park Cape Cod”

Cape Cod Things to Do

Cape Cod is one of our favorite places! One of the things we love about it is the quieter, more laid back vibe. It also stays on the cooler side which is refreshing in the height of summer. Just be prepared for the ocean to be colder as well. You won’t find big boardwalks orContinue reading “Cape Cod Things to Do”

Our Favorite Camping Items

For Fun USA Sticker Map Perhaps my kids favorite thing in the camper, this sticker map lets you track all of the states you have been to as you visit them. (To purchase, click the image to link to Amazon website) RV State Sticker Travel Map- USA License Plate Game My kids love finding differentContinue reading “Our Favorite Camping Items”

Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg Things to Do

We visited Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg TN in the summer of 2018, and it was one of the first real hiking trips my kids did at ages 7 and 9. I think the biggest shock going back through the photos is just how far phone photos have come since then! We were surprised by just how muchContinue reading “Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg Things to Do”

New Hampshire- White Mountains (Part 2)

If you missed Part 1, go here to read Chocorua KOA For the second part of our trip we moved campgrounds to Chocorua KOA. We were originally only going to stay 4 nights, but ended up extending our stay 2 extra nights. This was located closer to the lakes region of the White Mountains.Continue reading “New Hampshire- White Mountains (Part 2)”

New Hampshire- White Mountains (Part 1)

Originally we were going to do a combination trip of New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts but due to COVID rules at the time, we decided to just do the White Mountains of New Hampshire, but split our stay between two campgrounds. The White Mountains were a lot bigger then I expected, and drive times couldContinue reading “New Hampshire- White Mountains (Part 1)”