Trip to Arizona

Have you ever wanted to see a place where desert meets evergreen and where hiking and history are one in the same? Find yourself visiting the Red Rock Country of Sedona, Arizona. This spectacular trip will excite the entire family. Remember to bring your camera because these are shots you surely will not want to miss.

Rancho Sedona RV Park

Make sure you call ahead to one of the best campgrounds around. Rancho Sedona RV Park offers the practicality of being walking distance from Old Town Sedona. Don’t feel like taking the RV – no problem at all. Parking is limited in Sedona, so you’ll be thankful that you could relieve yourself of that stress. There’s even free WiFi so you can share all your awesome new pictures with friends and family. After a long day on the trails, relax by playing horseshoes or volleyball at the campground. You can even bring your pets!

Devil’s Bridge Trail

Known for its amazing views – this 4.2 mile trail is a moderate hike that everyone will enjoy. At the end of the trail, you’ll find yourself at one of the largest and most beautiful sandstone arches – Devil’s Bridge. Don’t worry, the bridge is actually very wide, and many people visit it every day. Devil’s Bridge Trail is well trafficked so get there early because you don’t want to miss out on the views.

Red Rock Balloon Adventures

For the daredevils and adventure seekers, look no further. Arizona’s views, though beautiful from the ground, cannot be beaten from the sky. Take a sunrise “Aerial Nature Walk” with Red Rock Balloon Adventures. You’ll be soaring through the sky in no time in this once in a lifetime experience. If heights aren’t for you – no worries! Be sure to search the skies from your campground in the mornings. You may spot a hot air balloon above!


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People in harness and helmets ready to go ziplining in the woods of Pennsylvania

Trip: Pennsylvania countryside

Have you ever wanted to try something new? Instead of taking that normal weekend beach vacation, try exploring the vast lands of the United States. You don’t need to go far to find adventure, and it’s easy to do when you have a home on wheels. If you aren’t looking to go too far from comfort, our NJ hub recommends spending the weekend in beautiful, rural Pennsylvania. You’d be surprised how much there is to do out there, especially for families.

Starlight Camping Resort
Rolling through the Pennsylvania countryside is really a spectacular experience. Try stopping in Stevens, PA, where you can find a great campground at the Starlight Camping Resort. It’s easy to hook up the RV, which only takes about 5 minutes. With a panoramic view, these campsites won’t let you down. Remember, these RVs are state of the art, brand new. Once you are able to open up the pop-up, it will feel like you have more than enough room to move around comfortably. Every campsite has a water and electric hookup, so it’s being in the wilderness without giving up things like AC and showers.This specific campground even has mini-golf for the kids. 

Refreshing Mountain Retreat and Adventure Center
It’s always nice to get away for some fresh air and spend time with the family. The best part about motorhomes is that they can be taken anywhere. Refreshing Mountain Retreat and Adventure Center is a great place to wander to for a Saturday afternoon activity.There, you can spend the day ziplining from tree to tree, practicing your archery skills, and relaxing by the pool. All outdoor activities are supervised by your own private guide. Most people enjoy the Ziplining and Obstacle Course that is offered. Waken the inner daredevil by ziplining upside down over 90ft high. There’s plenty to be done.

After a long day of outdoor adventure, find yourself back at the campground, cooking hot dogs and burgers over a fire pit. Don’t forget to make some delicious s’mores for dessert. When the night is over, feel safe and relaxed by climbing into your RV for the night. There’s nothing better than spending the night under the stars, all while feeling the cool breeze of air conditioning on your face.

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