The pandemic has changed our lives -- and our travel plans. But this fall, we want to focus on what we can do. Our annual guide has 20 ideas for a 2020 fall getaway
Because of COVID, plus the desire to get outside safely with your own bathroom and kitchen, many Americans are turning to RVing
This fall, with many schools, starting with remote learning and parents working from home, there is an unprecedented opportunity for a family road trip
Many families like to anchor themselves in Moab because they can visit Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, as well as mountain bike, paddleboard, river raft, horseback ride, hike, fish, golf
So far this summer, the east side of the park remains closed due to heavy winter snows—we could only go as far as Avalanche, where we went hiking to Avalanche Lake, about a two miles each way with a gradual gain of about 500 feet in elevation.
Glacier National Park is only partially open this Covid summer. No park lodging. Eastern side closed completely. So be prepared for scarce lodging, food, even hiking options
Most KOA campgrounds remain open, serving as "essential businesses" in many communities to provide safe places to stay for the thousands of full-time RVers in the U.S. and Canada
The secret to this unusual road trip bliss: A 36-foot rented RV where the kids can be safely strapped in seatbelts but still able to play games at the table between them