Whether you're shopping for your
first rig or gearing up for your next cross-country journey, the following
sites can help you plot your course:
Offers RV travel tips and polls viewers on their favorite spots. Articles
include "The Art and Science of Buying a RV," "How to be a Courteous Camper"
and "How to Maintain Your Wastewater System."
Offers travelers a detailed breakdown of where to park overnight, from parks
to bed and breakfasts. The site identifies the amenities each site provides,
such as phone and modem hookups.
Go Camping America.
Allows surfers to find and organize destinations by the
amenities they offer.
RV by Region
Searching regional sites is another great way to plan your route. Many offer
maps and direction services. If you're thinking about driving through the
following areas, take a peek at what they have to offer:
Need more guidance? Consider joining an RV tour adventure group.
The Wagon Train
schedules tours across Canada and the continental U.S., and
RV Camping.com hosts tour groups in the Amish log cabins of