Route planning Ebooks
Each of us is different. We have different ideas. Different likes. Different things that inspire us. But there is so much more out there than what we can imagine and when others share, it opens up new possibilities. It was the surprises along our route that we treasured the most, the places we knew nothing about.
We broke up our routes by different areas and interests to create these ebooks. The ebooks include: maps of the route. Reviews of nightly stays. Places we visited and links to different interests.
Hopefully this will inspire you. Give you ideas. And provide some guidance as you plan -- where to next?
The Road to The Presidents - Route Ebook
The Route From Anacortes To Heartland RV Park, Hermosa, SD
The goal was to travel 250 miles, or less, per day. This goal allowed five days to make the journey of over 1300 miles. We left Anacortes, WA on August 12, 2021, and arrived at The Heartland RV Park in Hermosa, South Dakota, on August 16.
Includes a map, reviews of nightly stays, and activities.
Heading to the U.P in Michigan
The U.P. (Upper Peninsula) in Michigan is at the top of most RVers’ list of destinations.
Our route takes us from Hermosa, South Dakota to Garden Bay, Michigan. Route includes; maps, photos, reviews of nightly stays, and scenic attractions.
Being a Fudgie in Michigan
Our RV time in Lower Michigan. Most RVers stay in the U.P. and visit Mackinac Island
from there. Instead, we chose Petoskey as our launching point for visiting this famous location. Ebook includes; maps, tips, reviews of nightly stays, and highlights of places visited.
The Great River Road - Ebook RV Route Planning
Rving along the Great River Road in Iowa and Missouri. This was our first time at a Corp of Engineer campground. We spent five days here and enjoyed it. The restrooms were clean and had nice large showers. The camp host was friendly. And it was peaceful lazing along the Mighty Mississippi. And, if you have the Senior National Park Pass, camping is half off.
Includes: maps, reviews of campgrounds, places visited.
From the Arch to Country Music Ebook - Route Planning for RVs
September is a great time to travel. The weather is usually mild. The leaves are starting to change. And the summer crowds are winding down. A great time to visit places like the Gateway Arch and Nashville, TN.
Ebook RV route planning guide, include; maps, reviews of nightly stays, attractions, and a place to eat.
Fall in the Great Smoky Mountains - Route Planning Guide
The Great Smoky Mountains. A dazzling place to visit in the Fall. The Smokies and its southern charm is something we should all experience at least once. Being a popular destination for RVers, there are a lot of options of where to stay, just depends on what you enjoy, your comfort level, and what is available. Fall is a busy and crowded time of year in the Smokies, so reserve early. And plan on a lot of TRAFFIC.
Route Planning Guide - Tips - Review of RV Park - Activities we enjoyed. And lots of photos.
Snowbird in Florida - RV Route Planning Guide
Snowbirds, or the politically correct term “Winter Visitors,” started over 100 years. Following the migration of RVers south was a new experience for us. We chose Florida for our first winter migration, looking forward to warmer weather, beaches, and an Airboat ride. Join as we migrated from the Great Smoky Mountains to Tampa Florida.
As a newbie, I struggled with the route south. I am used the highways in the western part of the U.S., where they mostly go east/west or north/south, To get from Tennessee to Florida, there didn’t seem to be a direct route, that might be great for exploring, but it is a bit confusing for people not familiar with the area. I had asked in an Airstream group about routes, and it was a newbie Airstreamer who had left Tampa for Tennessee, who told me the exact route they took and where they stayed, so I reversed it.