This Appalachian Trail guide will let you know if you’re ready for the hike of a lifetime

2180 miles. That’s how far the Appalachian Trail stretches. It runs from Georgia all the way up to[…]

Break out of your comfort zone on your outdoor spring break

Everyone loves spring break. Especially college students and anyone else still in school. It’s a great time[…]

Limited mobility doesn’t have to mean limited camping opportunities

If you or someone you know has limited mobility and wants to go camping, you may feel[…]

Subtle art of building the perfect campfire

Instead of just being one of those campers who crumples up some newspapers and uses one of[…]

The art of telling the perfect campfire horror story

The hotdogs have been roasted. The s’mores have been eaten. Everyone around the campfire is feeling content[…]

Green RV Series Part 3 – Green Campground Tips

Learn great ways to enjoy your RV while still being environmentally friendly. Here you’ll find tips and tricks perfect for your RV lifestyle—and the earth.

Relax and recharge your mind on a solo camping trip

Commune with nature by hitting the trails solo There aren’t many activities that’ll make you feel as[…]

Experience a fun twist on camping at these unique campgrounds

Have you ever wanted to sleep in an old train caboose? What about a tree house or[…]

Stress-Free Packing For Your Next Camping Trip

Every pleasure trip has three parts: the anticipation and planning phase; the actual trip; and then the[…]

RV Tip Video: Top 10 Items RVers Forget to Take Camping

In this fun RV video, KOA resident expert Mark Polk offers his top 10 list of items RV owners forget to take on camping trips.

Fun On-the-Go: Travel Kits for Kids

Having a travel kit is a must when looking for ways to keep kids entertained in the car or RV. Check out these ideas.

The RV Camper’s Checklist

When you’re preparing for a trip to KOA in your rig, it’s easy to forget the things[…]