Travel in an RV Yearlong By Visiting these Destinations

Travel in an RV Yearlong By Visiting these Destinations

Sep 19, 2014 Tanisha Mitchell Comments Disabled
Travel in an RV Yearlong By Visiting these Destinations

Summer is officially over, and for many, that means it’s time to pack away the RV; however, we have some suggestions on places to travel during the fall and winter to keep your adventures going! Continue your trek along the wide open roads by visiting these top four destinations in the U.S. With each boasting fantastic activities to take part in during the cooler weather, you’ll be able to tour the country in your Airstream all year long, embarking on a journey of a lifetime.

Taos, New Mexico

If you enjoy biking, head to Taos, New Mexico this fall and take a cruise along the Enchanted Circle Scene Byway. Surrounded by beautiful canyons, spacious farmlands and stunning foliage, the Enchanted Circle loop is one of the most picturesque biking destinations in the country. It extends 86 miles into the Sangre de Christo mountains and also includes a ride through the Palo Flechado Pass, which reaches 9,109 feet – a great challenge for bikers.

Death Valley, California

There’s no better way to beat the cooler weather than by visiting the hottest place in the U.S: Death Valley. By visiting during the fall, you’ll be able to enjoy 80-90 degree weather and enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking and biking. We also encourage you to visit Badwater, which is 282 feet below sea level, and the remarkable freshwater springs scattered throughout the valley for a one-of-a-kind experience you won’t forget.

New England

When the winter rolls in, take a cross-country trip to New England and try out the sport of dogsledding. Offered in Maine and New Hampshire, this fun activity gives you the chance to take in the gorgeous Northeastern winter sights all while guiding a group of Alaskan sled dogs. Just head to the Mail/Sunday River Ski Area, Grafton Notch Umbagog Lake Wildlife Refuge area or the North Conway, N.H. area to sign up for your personal dogsledding adventure. You’re guaranteed to have an incredible time!


Known for ski touring, the Wasatch Mountain Range in Utah is a great place to dive into some fresh, white powder. For just $250, visitors can go on a 21-mile daylong tour and visit six different ski resorts across the range. In addition to this, you can also go rock climbing, hiking and biking throughout the mountains, giving you the opportunity to enjoy everything the range has to offer – a wonderful time for all.

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