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Fantastic Uncrowded Locations to Spend Summer in the US
Since the country has reopened, many popular vacation spots are crowded with tourists, and we are forced to hunt for hidden gems to spend the summer in.
Summer vacations in the US mean long days at the beach, boat rides on the lake, and road trips to national parks. But nothing ruins the fun of a relaxing summer getaway like long lines, traffic, massive crowds, and too many towels on...
Featured Outdoor Blogger of the Month: Alissa of Exploring Wild
Alissa is the outdoor loving bikepacker behind Exploring Wild. She is the author of the Bikepacker ’s Pocket Companion, a digital guide offering confidence and problem-solving help to new bikepackers out on the road. She is also the creator of bikesleepbike.com, a community directory of bike travel blogs where hundreds of cyclists share their stories and routes. After her 2018 solo trip to...
Featured Outdoor Blogger of the Month: The DeVries Family of Grateful Glamper
Meet Ben and Charity DeVries. The couple who runs the adventure-filled RV family blog - The Grateful Glamper. The DeVries are a family of 4 who was once stuck into the 9-5 life before venturing into an exciting life on the road. In 2015, they were living the “normal” American life. However, they were yearning for something more. Fast forward to 2017, they bought their first RV and that’s when the...
Your New Year Resolution: Amazing Places to Visit in 2022
As the global pandemic continues to impact everyone around the world, we're working hard to balance travel and safety, and a sense of caution alongside our endless sense of wanderlust. Looking towards what 2022 has in store for us we’re now being purposeful about why we choose to take a trip and thought about how our actions impact local communities while we’re there.
Despite borders closures, cruise cancellations, and travel restrictions, 2022 is where we hope to...