• 27:32

    Few places in the world boast more diverse landscape and wildlife than Yosemite National Park. Spanning more than 5,700 acres of California’s Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, Yosemite is home to time-chiseled granite skyscrapers, icy glacial trails, serene mountain meadows and miraculous plummeting waterfalls. This remarkable park has played host to some of the greatest thinkers…

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  • RV Roof
    1:36

    People ask all the time if it’s safe for them to walk on their RV roof to do maintenance or otherwise, and the truth is there is no clearcut answer. Whether or not you can walk on your RV roof depends on the make and model of your vehicle, and the type of support the…

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  • 2:00

    One of the most common questions asked among those who are new to RVing is, “when is the best time to dump the waste water tanks and how do I find the nearest RV dump station?” The best time to dump the RV waste water tanks is when they are at least two-thirds full. This…

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  • 4:48

    Dissected by a single 92-mile road and centered around North America’s highest mountain, Denali National Park is home to some of the United States’ most breaktaking landscapes, untouched by human endeavor, as well as the vast unknown. Located not far from the epicenter of Alaska’s great wilderness lies Denali National Park, sprawling and diverse and…

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  • 8:00

    Running majority of the border between Tennessee and North Carolina, Great Smoky Mountains National Park is America’s most visited national park and the home to unbelievable scenes of wildlife as well as beautiful stories of immigrant settlers, thriving mining towns and great explorers. Spanning half a million acres of undulating hillside and forested mountaintops, Great…

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  • 6:08

    Explore the Atlantic coastline of Maine in its infinite glory at Acadia National Park, the United States’ first national park east of the Mississippi–the place where fresh saltwater air and glacier-smoothed mountain rock collide, and where North America first says hello to the sun. You can begin your visit to wonderful Acadia National Park at…

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  • 6:59

    Sky-high tree tops as far as the eye can see–is there any sweeter view in the world than a sprawling and expanding forest? Skirting eastern California and crawling toward the border of Nevada: that’s where you’ll find some of the nation’s oldest and most beloved forests and national parks. Remote, untouched and majestic, these national…

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  • 6:04

    Sprawled in the southwest region of South Dakota, the majority of Badlands National Park was carved by wind and rain into a seemingly infinite expanse of canyons, ravines, mesas, buttes and gullies–the sort of harsh, uninhabitable landscape that makes master hikers roll up their sleeves and grit their teeth. But then there is the softer,…

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