This is one of the most scenic campsites in the entire pacific northwest. But be warned – the mosquitoes are absolutely vicious.
2. Dease River Crossing RV & Campground, BC
If we had known how quiet it was here, and how inviting the campsites beside the lake were, we would have re-jigged our schedule so that we spent the night, instead of just having a picnic lunch
3. Oeanside RV Park, Haines, Alaska
Although the sites are tight in this parking lot'esque spot, and the big RVs aplenty, this campsite on the Haines Harbour has one of the best locations we saw the entire trip. Unfortunately, it was booked solid when we were there and we were forced up the road to Haines hitch-Up RV Park.
4. Moon Lake State Recreation Site, Tok, Alaska continue reading... »
While there are many guide books available for traveling in Mexico and Central America, we had specific needs relating to driving our VW van and camping. We also had limited space in the van.
As such, we had to make sure that every book we brought provided something different.
Through trial and error, we developed strong opinions on the guidebooks we brought, as some of them became essential and others soon became redundant.
1. Traveler's Guide to Mexican Camping: Explore Mexico and Belize With Your RV or Tent - Mike and Terri Church continue reading... »