• 6:53

    “The Uninhabited Land” of Big Bend National Park

    The Spanish explorers who first set foot across the Rio Grande into what is now West Texas dubbed it the “Uninhabited Land.” When they looked out over the desert terrain, arid grasslands and jagged slopes of the Chisos Mountains, they couldn’t imagine any form of life surviving in such an unforgiving environment. Today, though, it’s…

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    Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park

    You could view the United States of America as one giant expanse of peaks and valleys, of towering summits and cavernous canyons. For most Americans, the word “canyon” brings to mind a particular example, the grandest of them all, sprawling and chiseled and painted with Mother Nature’s magnificent aura. But what if we told you…

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    How to Make an RV Compass with Basic Materials

    You’re lost in the woods, and you forgot to pack your compass. Time to climb the tallest tree and set off the rescue flares, right? You could, but instead of jumping for the dramatic, we recommend taking a deep breath and then searching your pack for two simple items. In this lesson, RV expert Dave…

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  • 5:09

    In the Land of Milk and Honey at Joshua Tree Park

    Nowhere else in the world will you find the namesake of Joshua Tree Park. Literally, nowhere. Only this sundrenched and sprawling stretch of nearly 800,000 desert acres in can sustain the specific environment required for the “Joshua” to survive. It is said to be a combination of extreme heat and just the right elevation that…

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    Experience the Essence of Alaska at Lake Clark National Park

    You know it from the pamphlets and the commercials, but have you experienced it firsthand? While the pictures and videos are remarkable, the only way to truly grasp the scale and majesty of Alaska is to see it for yourself. Unspoiled wilderness, breathtaking vistas and limitless adventure can be found in all corners of this…

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  • 4:49

    Take a Walk Way Back in Time at Guadalupe Mountains National Park

    Would you believe that 250 million years ago, the dry, barren stretches of West Texas were covered with water? Deep seas, home to untold lifeforms, in the place we now know to be desert as far as the eye can see. If you can’t imagine it where you sit, we recommend revving up your RV…

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  • 4:58

    Ancient History Preserved in Mesa Verde National Park

    Every national park is a repository of its region’s past. Whether preserved for display or sewn into the fibers of its landscape, each of America’s majestic parks holds evidence of former inhabitants and the natural or unnatural phenomena that affected their lives. This is certainly true of Mesa Verde National Park, where each gust of…

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  • 6:21

    Saguaro National Park: Bountiful Life in a Barren Landscape

    Sometimes life’s most beautiful surprises thrive in the harshest environments. Such is the case in Saguaro National Park, where unforgiving conditions foster a deceptively budding and relentlessly tough ecosystem. Look once at Saguaro National Park and notice towering cacti, but not much else. Look again, this time a bit closer, and you’ll uncover disarmingly vibrant…

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  • 5:58

    Wrangell-St. Elias National Park: Rich in History & Beauty

    In the southeast corner of Alaska, just over the border from Canada, stands a sprawling land still gripped by the Ice Age. As the world grows smaller and more crowded, it becomes harder and harder to find spaces that remain utterly untarnished by man, completely pristine and preserved. Wrangell-St. Elias National Park is one such…

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