AAA: Busy Fall Travel Looming, Many Deciding Last Minute

AAA: Busy Fall Travel Looming, Many Deciding Last Minute

According to a recent AAA Travel survey, travelers are making vacation plans through the end of the year, and remain cautiously optimistic about those future plans with sixty-seven percent reporting some degree of uncertainty they will actually be able to take their vacation. As a result, some are opting for spur-of-the-moment travel decisions as...

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New Zion RV Resort Will Feature Covered Wagons

New Zion RV Resort Will Feature Covered Wagons

Zion Weeping Buffalo Resort is getting set to open just outside Zion National Park. The new RV park will feature RV sites, of course, but also alternative accommodations like covered wagons, teepees and glamping tents, all with views of the surrounding canyons and mountains near Zion. The custom made covered...

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Wildfires Force Closures in Rocky Mountain National Park

Wildfires Force Closures in Rocky Mountain National Park

Cameron Peak fire has forced the closures or portions of Rocky Mountain National Park.

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The Largest RV Shower, the Smallest Truck Camper, and a Cargo Crazy Fifth Wheel | RV News Round-Up

The Largest RV Shower, the Smallest Truck Camper, and a Cargo Crazy Fifth Wheel | RV News Round-Up

New RVs, from a flagship diesel pusher to a Jeep Gladiator micro-RV concept, new refrigerator technology and a whole lot more. It’s time for the latest RV & Camping news round-up. Canada/US Border closure extended The closure of the Canada/US border to non-essential travel has been extended to September 21st,...

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COVID-19 Exposes the Refund Problem in the Travel Industry

COVID-19 Exposes the Refund Problem in the Travel Industry

Don Wells booked with Fantasy RV Tours for an 8-day San Antonio visit that was set to take place last April and a 5-day vacation to see Albuquerque’s famous Balloon Festival in October. For over 40 years, Fantasy RV Tours have offered guided Caravans and Rallies around the world. And...

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No, You Don’t Have to Stay 14 Days When Traveling Through New Mexico

No, You Don’t Have to Stay 14 Days When Traveling Through New Mexico

A New Mexico official caused quite a stir recently when he tried to explain the state’s 14-day quarantine rule in a live interview with a local TV station. New Mexico (and many other states and municipalities) currently requires that you self-quarantine for 14 days upon entering the state due to...

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AAA Expects 15% Drop in U.S. Summer Travel, Only 3% Drop in Road Trips

AAA Expects 15% Drop in U.S. Summer Travel, Only 3% Drop in Road Trips

This summer, AAA forecasts that Americans will take 700 million trips based on economic indicators and state re-openings. That number is down nearly 15% compared to last July through September and is the first decline in summer travel since 2009. AAA booking trends show Americans are making travel plans, though...

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Yosemite Closes Campgrounds as Coronavirus Cases Spike

Yosemite Closes Campgrounds as Coronavirus Cases Spike

California’s Yosemite National Park is doing a complete 180 just two weeks after reopening, announcing earlier today it will hold off on reopening campgrounds due to a spike in COVID-19 cases across the state. Park officials began reopening select campgrounds earlier this month, but now say anyone with a reservation...

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Canadian Border Closes, Campground Closures Move Beyond State Parks

Canadian Border Closes, Campground Closures Move Beyond State Parks

The uncertainty, closures, and travel restrictions surrounding the coronavirus outbreak continue to evolve day to day and hour by hour. Today, the White House announced that the Canada/U.S. border has closed to non-essential travel. Drastic ‘Shelter in Place’ restrictions are in place for over 7 million people in Northern California,...

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