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When train travel was eclipsed by speed and smog, many of the old routes lay in waste, sacrificed for faster, more efficient workhorses. Many of them have been converted into public trails for biking, hiking, rollerblading and walking. Here are three of our favorites.
As professional travelers we had to adopt certain accepted terms from the RV world in order to correctly describe the vehicles. Here are a few of the terms you'll need to know to get along in the RV world.
"We offer the pros and cons of a wide variety of towables recreational vehicles, such as folding camping trailers, travel trailers, fifth-wheel travel trailers, truck campers and more."
We offer the pros and cons of a wide variety of motorized recreational vehicles, such as Class A, B & C motor homes, van campers and more.
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From ebanducci: "I will be visiting Yellowstone for the first time in early September. Do I need hotel reservations to stay inside the park? I would prefer to be flexible in my travel, but if the park is still crowded at this time of the year, I will make reservations. Can someone recommend a good guide book to Yellowstone and Grand Tetons? Thank you."
From D. Beck: "My husband and I will be going to Jasper next summer; any suggestions for accommodations at reasonable prices? Is it imperative that we stay in the town of Jasper? I have found two bed & breakfasts -- both 4-star that are within three miles of the eastern entrance. Would this be a good location for us? The Jasper Park Lodge rates for high season are approximately $300 a night, and we prefer not to spend that much money."
From Frank Madsen: "From Denmark a family of 4, 2 kids aged 5 and 9 are going to California this summer. We have rented a 25 ft. RV motorhome for the first 4 weeks and a normal car for the last week. We're starting in LA and are planning to take 2-3 days along Highway 1 to San Francisco first. Among other things, we would like to go to the farmers market in San Lois Obispo thursday evening. Any ideas on RV driving along Highway 1? Any ideas on RV camp-places around Santa Barbara and San Francisco?"
From Urja: "We are planning a trip to Seattle, Olympic National Park and Mt Rainier on the second week of August. We are looking for campgrounds in/near the national parks. We would prefer one with flush toilets and showers, but also secluded and forested and one which accepts reservations . This being the peak season, we don't want to take chances with finding a good spot. We came across the Dosewallips State Park campground. It seems to be within the Olympic NP. It has scored 4 beans! Has anyone been there? Any suggestions/ information you can offer us? Thank you!"
From D. Bienwald: "My husband and I will have 2 weeks to go hiking this summer. We plan on going to Rocky Mountain National Park but are there other places that are really nice to hike? My husband and I love to hike and see the flowers and beautful mountain views. Thanks for the help."

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