Author : lisa

Too many places to go, Too many photos to take! RV Traveler by day and Photographer by night, Strike that reverse it. Inspired by Willy Wonka: “So much time, and so little to do! Strike that, reverse it.” Either way, my photos can be found at: www.istockphoto.com/Lisay or www.lisakyleyoungphotography.com

Cave Creek - Stagecoach Village

When heading south through Nevada in the Las Vegas area we like to head through Lake Mead National Recreation Area to help bypass traffic and take in the fantastic scenery. Sometimes we stop and spend a few nights or a week and sometimes we just drive through. Beautiful scenery and no traffic!   And then we continued on over the …

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Written on Oct, 28, 2017 by in , , , , | 4 Comments.
Valley of Fire State Park Nevada

We headed south from Ely on towards Valley of Fire and enjoyed the beautiful scenery along Highway 93.   Campground: Valley of Fire State Park – Atlatl Campground Location: Nevada Site: 39 (pull-thru) Cost: $30 Services: W/E (50AMP) Comments:  One of our favourite campgrounds.  Not only is the scenery stunning but the hiking is never ending.  We simply crawl out …

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Written on Oct, 23, 2017 by in , , , , | Leave a comment
Prospectors Casino RV Park Ely Nevada

We love heading south via Highway 93 in Nevada. It is such beautiful scenery and an easy road to travel (as long as it is not the middle of winter).   An easy overnight along the way is in Ely, Nevada. We usually stay at the KOA but this time we thought we would check out Prospectors and we are …

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Bruneau Dunes State Park Idaho

We drove from Emigrant Springs State Park in Oregon along I-84 through Boise and on to the state park south of Mountain Home passing through Boise and following the Snake River.   Bruneau Dunes is a lovely state park in southern Idaho surrounded by some tall dunes (largest single structure dunes in North America) and a few lakes.   The …

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Emigrant Springs State Park Oregon

After a nice drive through eastern Washington we made our way over Deadmans Pass and on to Emigrant Springs State Park campground.   The Emigrant Springs State Park lies between Deadmans Pass and Meacham, Oregon directly off I-84 on the summit of the Blue Mountains. Travelers along the Oregon Trail used to stop here to replenish their water supply. This …

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Written on Oct, 13, 2017 by in , , , , | 2 Comments.
Cabelas Stateline Idaho

Yes, Cabela’s offers RV Parking!  This Cabela’s is in Stateline, Idaho right off I-90 on the border of Idaho and Washington. Cabela’s told us we could stay as long as we wanted and park anywhere we wanted. But their dump station has closed so you need to head to a dump station for dumping and water.   We stayed about …

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Farragut State Park Athol Idaho

  Farragut State Park is located north of Coeur d’Alene and offers beautiful camping sites year round. Besides having a beautiful lake for summer fun it also provides lots of hiking and biking trails. We have visited here a number of times, plus we lived nearby, so it is an all time favorite place to visit.   Campground: Waldron Campground …

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Lundbreck Falls Provincial Park Alberta

We have stayed at Lundbreck Falls on countless occasions and have found it easily accessible for an overnighter. In the past few years the summer months have found the campground always full so we have stayed elsewhere. This year we were passing through during the off season and we were the only ones there!!! Yay!!   Campground: Lundbreck Falls Provincial …

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Drumheller Alberta Royal Tyrrell Museum

  Drumheller is a lovely town in the Canadian Badlands renown for its fabulous paleontology museum and its yearly production of the Passion Play. The town is full of dinosaur artifacts and museums, the worlds largest dinosaur, fabulous scenery with hoodoos and rugged colorful hills, coal mines, a pulley ferry, a small church, and a suspension bridge. Those are just …

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Dinosaur RV Park Dumheller Alberta

Drumheller is a lovely town located in the Red Deer Valley in an area aptly named the Canadian Badlands. It is a tourist destination in the summer and full of activities and sights to see. It lies about 70 miles northeast of Calgary in a very distinct scenic location. A must see if you are in central Alberta.   RV …

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