Nevada is home to over 300 hot springs, the most of any state in the U.S. Check out five that topped our list for your next RV road trip.
Embrace winter and head to these lesser-known U.S. vacation spots.
Urban exploration has become a popular way to find new, interesting places. Pack up your rig and maps and follow this guide by a YouTube expert.
Get off the beaten track at these Nevada state parks. Both Valley of Fire and Cathedral Gorge offer unique ways to see the beauty of the desert from the comfort of your RV.
You can’t camp in these bike-powered mobile libraries, but that doesn’t stop book lovers from flocking to them at special events.
The Nevada portion of Highway 50 is a 287-mile stretch with few towns, services, or rest stops, and quite a lot of high desert and big blue sky.
There’s more to see and do in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert besides just visiting for the Burning Man festival.
Free camping in wildlife refuges is offered at many scenic spots around the U.S. Here’s how you can find that perfect campsite near you.
You might think Las Vegas is as weird as it gets when you’re RVing in Nevada, but a trip down the ET Highway could beat people-watching on The Strip!