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Hot Diggity Dog

Campfire-roasted hot dogs are a favorite campground treat. Why not put a new spin on an old favorite? Forget ketchup and mustard - dress your dogs right.
When on the road or at the RV park, these fun and unique hot dogs are sure to give you some inspiration on the traditional hot dog. So, how do you do your dog?

Courtesy of GORVing.com

 

In 2014, California State Parks turns 150 years old!

   California State Parks commemorates the 1864 establishment of the first state park in the world. On June 30, 1864, President Abraham Lincoln signed a bill granting 39,000 acres of Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa Big Tree Grove to the State of California. Never before had land been set aside to protect its natural state for the public to enjoy. This historic legislation was the beginning of not only the California State Park System, but the national park idea we know today. To learn more about our history,

View Timeline

There are currently 280 California State Parks in the system.

From the redwood trees at Big Basin Redwoods State Park to the dry, peaked landscape of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, California maintains one of the largest and most varied park systems in the world. Californians and visitors from all over the world can enjoy the amazing offerings of these diverse places--historic parks, water recreation areas, forests, deserts, and mountains. In 2014, we honor both California State Parks and the visitors and volunteers who make our parks some of most fascinating places on earth.

Yosemite Valley becomes a park

President Lincoln grants the Yosemite Valley and Mariposa Grove to California, establishing the first state park in the country.
Lear more from Timeline 
 

The Story of California State Parks

California Forever is produced by Backcountry Pictures - where the story begins at the end of the road. Click here to View
 

 
 
     But here is a link to a very good Newsletter and camping site.  CampingRoadTrip.com
 
     They have info for campgrounds, a camp finder app, Tips and Articles, Camping and RV Forums, RVing Destinations and much more. Be sure to visit them to see just how much fun RVing can be.


 Looking for some good Campsites? You might try here...


 CampsitePhotos.com features photos of each campsite in public and private campgrounds throughout the USA including State Parks, National Parks, BLM, National Forest and other campgrounds. It's a great way to see what you're getting before and after you make a reservation! You'll also find additional information about each campground including campground descriptions, amenities, directions, maps, reviews and more.

You will also find a lot of camping info on their Ranger's Blog

As Seen on TV
What's for Dinner? Courtesy of Food Network
    
When you hit the road this summer on your great RV adventure, it's easy to both eat healthy and enjoy the local delicacies wherever you go.   With on-board refrigerators, storage and kitchen amenities like home, be sure to stop at local farmers markets and roadside produce stands to savor the flavors of the local region or the season.   It's a great way to open the minds and taste buds of children and adults alike.   Check out what this RVing family says about how food fuels their family bonding.        Watch the video here.

 

     Days are longer, the weather's warmer and the summer vacation longing is about to creep up on you. Whether you are choosing to stay closer to home, travel to a distant location or to somewhere in between, an RV can make your vacation dreams a reality. And probably for less money than you might think. Did you know, even including ownership costs and fuel, an RV vacation can save a family of four up to 61% over other forms of vacations?