We haven't been to every campground, but we've been to a heck of a lot of them. And we can say with absolute confidence that the West Glacier KOA is in the running for the prettiest campground in America. In fact, guests will find themselves rubbing their eyes and...
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Oct 7, 2019 Stephanie
Planning a trip to Glacier National Park? The first thing you'll find out is that folks love to argue over whether the east side or the west side is better. Our opinion? No one should have to choose. It's a mere two hour drive from the west gate to the east gate, and...
Oct 5, 2019 Stephanie
The St. Mary / East Glacier KOA served as a near perfect basecamp for our adventures on the East side of Glacier National Park. We loved it and so did our kids. But it should be noted that a handful of folks online complain about the scruffiness of the landscaping at...
Oct 4, 2019 Stephanie
Confession time: we travel all the time and are pretty lazy about packing. We've got our system down and rarely buy special gear or equipment for our adventures. But packing for Glacier National Park demanded a bit more attention, and we're glad we put in the time and...
Oct 3, 2019 Stephanie
The phrase "bucket-list trip" is pretty overused, but it most definitely applies to Glacier National Park. This is simply one of the most awe-inspiring destinations in North America, if not the world. But if you are planning trip to Glacier National Park, you may feel...
Jul 26, 2019 Stephanie
Cape Charles, Virginia is a sleepy little town on the northern side of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. The region has all the beauty of the Eastern Shore region without the crowds, noise, and traffic of the bustling Virginia Beach area. We've now spent two week-long...
Jul 23, 2019 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
What will the campground of the future look like? How will technology and capitol investments impact the camping experience? Will all campgrounds be powered by solar? Will camping in cities and urban areas become more popular--and practical? What about "geofencing"...
Jul 19, 2019 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
I married an adventurous woman. I also married a patient woman. When we were dating (about twenty years ago) I remember Stephanie talking about wanting to visit Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Glacier, and stay in National Park lodges. We got a little sidetracked when we...
Jul 17, 2019 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
Virginia's Shenandoah National Park, which was dedicated by Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1936, is an underrated gem. The national parks of the east are often overshadowed by the national parks of the west. And within the world of the east, Shenandoah is often...
Jul 6, 2019 Stephanie
The Cavendish area of Prince Edward Island is filled with all the touristy trappings of a summer beach resort: mini golf, roadside amusement parks, and crowded beaches. There’s also a whole lot of Anne of Green Gables-themed sites, as Cavendish was the inspiration for...
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