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 By WOT    RVing    January 1, 2018 

New EarthRoamer XV-HD Warmed By Aqua-Hot

One of the most unique RVs to debut this year is the EarthRoamer XV-HD. The self-sufficient, off-road Super C class luxury camper comes with an Aqua-Hot 600D hydronic heating solution for maximum comf...

 
 By AZGFD    RVing    January 1, 2018 

Was There An OHV Under Your Tree?

If you gave or received an off-highway vehicle (OHV) as part of the holiday season, make sure you have the proper protective gear to get off to a safe start. Whether the ATV, dirt bike or...

 
 By Margie Anderson    RVing    January 1, 2018 

Hike Into The New Year

We have a family tradition of going on a fun hike on New Year's Day each year. Since we live in the desert, this is the best time of year to hike close to home. If you are also a desert rat, now is a...

 
 By WOT    RVing    January 1, 2018 

Fatal OHV Accidents Are A Tragic Reminder

The importance of driving-best practices are underscored by these three actions that need to be avoided as they are major contributors to accidents. Following recent fatal off-highway vehicle (OHV)...

 
 By GCNP    RVing    January 1, 2018 

Grand Canyon National Park North Rim Now Closed For The Season

The North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park is now closed for the season. The North Rim is expected to re-open for the 2018 season on May 15, 2018. The North Rim campground is still be available for...

 
 By WOT    RVing    December 1, 2017

Prescott - Acker Park Star Party

SEEING STARS -- The Highland Center for Natural History, Friends of JS Acker Park, and the City of Prescott Recreation Services Department have collaborated to offer year-round educational star...

 
 By GCNP    RVing    December 1, 2017

Grand Canyon National Park North Rim Yurt Permanently Closed

Grand Canyon National Park has closed the yurt located at CC Hill on the North Rim for safety concerns. The yurt is scheduled for demolition later this fall. A park superintendent has the authority...

 
 By AZBW    RVing    December 1, 2017

Maricopa County Parks

TAKE A HIKE -- Maricopa County is home to one of the largest regional parks systems in the nation with more than 120,000 acres of open space parks that include hundreds of miles of trails. More...

 
 By AZBW    RVing    December 1, 2017

Thank You, Prescott!

Willow Lake Loop Trail: Arizona's Newest Premier Trail Recently named an Arizona State Premier Trail by Arizona State Parks, Willow Lake Loop is a must-do hike. This trail covers rocky steep terrain,...

 
 By AZBW    RVing    December 1, 2017

Arizona Fall Hiking: The Arizona Trail

If you are a hiker in Arizona, traversing the various paths that are a part of the Arizona Trail is likely something you have done numerous times without a second thought. This 6,875 mile portion of...

 
 By WOT    RVing    December 1, 2017

National Parks Call For More Than 100 Percent Increase In Entrance Fees

In upcoming years, entrance fees could more than double their current rates at some of the U.S.'s most popular national parks, including the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, and Zion. A large backlog of...

 

My Off-Road Experience: Lessons Learned

• Lesson #1 Only carry what you need. • Lesson #2 Make sure you have all valuables out of your machine. • Lesson #3 Make sure you have all important numbers in your phone before leaving. •...

 

For Those Who Love The Outdoors

Before you know it, the holidays will be upon us and we'll all be scrambling to find the perfect gift for the people we love. If someone you love also loves the outdoors, here are some ideas that are...

 
 By AZBW    RVing    November 1, 2017

Tonto National Forest Lists Fall Weather Camping Opportunities

Fee machines have been installed and are available to pay fees for overnight camping on the Mesa, Cave Creek, Globe and Tonto Basin ranger districts. Timber Camp Campground, on the Globe Ranger...

 
 By WOT    RVing    October 1, 2017

Historic Grand Canyon Pioneer Cemetery Has Closed

After nearly 100 years since its opening, Grand Canyon Pioneer Cemetery has closed to new burials due to lack of space. Although the cemetery is closed to new plots, some burials may continue for...

 
 By WOT    RVing    October 1, 2017

The Easy Way To A Perfect, Long-Lasting RV Shine

The single best way to protect an RV's finish is to wax it. Shurhold Industries, the global leader in RV care and maintenance products, offers simple tips for creating a perfect, long-lasting...

 
 By AZGFD    RVing    October 1, 2017

Head Out, Helmet On! Stay Safe On Your OHV

As you're gearing up to spend a weekend or a few days riding on forest roads and trails, we have one message for you: Head out, helmet on! Helmets are required for all off-highway vehicle (OHV)...

 

Six Secrets To A great Road Trip

Last month, when I was writing about Grandparents' Day, I mentioned that we take our granddaughters on a big road trip/hiking trip every year. In between, we take a day now and then and just go to a s...

 
 By WOT    RVing    October 1, 2017

Prescribed Fire On Grand Canyon's North Rim

Visitors to Grand Canyon National Park can now learn more about the role wildland fire plays at Grand Canyon. The short film "Living with Fire in the Grand Canyon" highlights the importance of...

 

Verde Valley, Arizona

Compiled By Carol L. Allen For lasting memories, visit the Verde Valley – recently named one of the Top 10 U.S. travel destinations by Lonely Planet. Located in the "heart" of Arizona, the Verde...

 

Every Day Is Grandparents' Day

Sunday, Sept. 10 is Grandparents' Day, and this year, we salute Marge and John Anderson who have shared the wonders of outdoors with their granddaughters for over two decades (and loved every minute...

 
 By WOT    RVing    August 1, 2017

If You Are A Senior

On August 28, the price of the America the Beautiful – The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Senior Pass - will increase for the first time since 1994. The additional revenue will be...

 

There Are Beautiful Places To Cool Off In Arizona

In Arizona, people tend to think of heading north to cool off in the summer, but there are many places in the southern and eastern areas of our beautiful state that also offer higher altitudes, cool...

 
 By Margie Anderson    RVing    July 1, 2017

Beat The Heat In Beautiful Payson

At 5000 feet, Payson stays quite a bit cooler than Phoenix in the summer. Temperatures may reach the mid 90s, but if you're in a shady forest, it seems a lot cooler. We love to go to Payson, and...

 
 By AZBW    RVing    July 1, 2017

Rainbow Bridge Gains Traditional Cultural Property

The National Park Service has designated Rainbow Bridge a Traditional Cultural Property, recognizing the site's historic and ongoing cultural significance to at least six American Indian tribes, and...

 

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