Orlando/ Kissimmee KOA Holiday review

This was our second visit to Orlando/Kissimmee KOA. Both visits we have used the campground more as a place to sleep to see other things in the area. It’s about a 20 minute drive to the Disney or Universal Parks, as well as Disney Springs and City Walk. The campground is small in size andContinue reading “Orlando/ Kissimmee KOA Holiday review”

Our 2021 Colorado/Utah Adventure

Day 1- Maryland- West Virginia Our first day of driving, we drove from home to Flatwoods KOA in West Virginia (Drive time- 5 hours) On the way we stopped at Coopers Rock State Forest in West Virginia to visit the overlook. There was amazing views of Cheat River canyon! Day 2/3- West Virginia- Kentucky- Illinois-Indiana-Continue reading “Our 2021 Colorado/Utah Adventure”

St Louis, Missouri

This is part one of our one month trip out West. I’ll be slowly adding each stop of out itinerary, and then sharing a master list to make it easier to access the location you are interested in. Stay turned! St Louis West/ Route 66 KOA We are KOA reward members, and often stay atContinue reading “St Louis, Missouri”

Gettysburg KOA Review

Gettysburg KOA is a a great choice only a few miles outside of Gettysburg. It’s a smaller campground with nice wooded sites. We booked a pull thru site near the center of the campground, but the campground is small enough that every site is only a short walk to amenities. Near the front of theContinue reading “Gettysburg KOA Review”

Charleston, SC- Things to Do

So we haven’t been camping in Charleston (yet!) but it’s one of our favorite areas. There is so much to do in and outside of the city of Charleston. We fell in love with Isle of Palms and have rented a condo on the beach there (twice!) We haven’t done everything there is to doContinue reading “Charleston, SC- Things to Do”

Jonestown/Hershey NE KOA Review and Trip Report

After looking at the weather the end of March and seeing perfect temperatures, we decided to book a last minute camping trip. Many campgrounds near us don’t open until April, and the ones that are open are booked already so we landed on Jonestown/Hershey NE KOA in Jonestown, PA. We are KOA reward members soContinue reading “Jonestown/Hershey NE KOA Review and Trip Report”


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”

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”

Mount Rushmore and the Black Hills

Originally when we talked about visiting Mount Rushmore on the way out to Yellowstone, we were only planning on staying a night or two. When we started looking into how much there was to do in the area, we decided to stay longer. It ended up being some of our favorite spots on the trip!Continue reading “Mount Rushmore and the Black Hills”