Jurassic National Monument – Elmo, Utah

Jurassic National Monument

Jurassic National Monument, at the site of the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry, is well-known for containing the densest concentration of Jurassic dinosaur fossils ever found. The 2453-acre National Monument was created in 2018 to ensure the protection of the dinosaur quarry and surrounding areas. After watching the videos of this National Monument I was so excited … Read more

Blue Cut RV Park – Helper, Utah

Blue Cut RV Park is a basic campground with 20 full hook-up sites. It’s been a family-owned business since 1976. The park also is home to Price City’s first jail, which was saved from demolition by the owner’s grandfather. Initially, we were planning to visit Dinosaur National Monument April 19-23 but couldn’t get tickets to … Read more

Nine Mile Canyon – Wellington, Utah

Nine Mile Canyon is a relatively unknown area in Utah. As it is not a National Park or Monument, driving Nine Mile Canyon is a trip you have to figure out yourself. During our stay at Blue Cut RV Park, the owner gave us a sheet of 80 stops along Nine Mile Canyon Road. The … Read more

Ken’s Lake Campground (Boondocking) – Moab, Utah

Ken’s Lake Campground is a BLM Campground with 31 sites with no drinking water or electricity hookups at this campground. This campground is comprised of Loops A and B. Loop A has no vegetation providing shade and is closed during the low-use season. Loop B stays open year-round and has a variety of sites with … Read more

Wahweap RV Campground – Page, Arizona

Wahweap RV Campground is operated by Aramark Management Services an authorized concessioner of the National Park Service, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. The campground has 287 campsites on a hillside overlooking Lake Powell. There are 139 sites with full hookups, 112 dry campsites, and 36 tent-only campsites. Location Centrally located at Wahweap Marina about ¼ … Read more

Hobie Mirage Outback Review

We have always enjoyed outdoor adventures. When we first started dating we had the opportunity to go kayaking at Santa Cruz Island in Channel Islands National Park. It was an awesome day kayaking in the ocean checking out sea caves and sea life. We both fell in love with the idea of owning our own … Read more

Kayaking and Hiking Antelope Canyon – Page, Arizona

Antelope Canyon is probably the most popular slot canyon in all the Southwestern U.S. and for good reason! Antelope Canyon is on every tourist’s sightseeing list when visiting Arizona. Most people visit Antelope Canyon by arranging a guided tour only to be rushed through the overly crowded sections of Upper Antelope Canyon, or Lower Antelope … Read more

Viair 450P-RV Compressor Review

When we started thinking about RVing I knew we would need an air compressor to fill the tires of whatever RV we decided to purchase. I did lots of searching for what was available and how each performed. When we purchased our Class A motorhome I knew we would need a compressor that could handle … Read more

Day Hiking Buckskin Gulch – Vermilion Cliffs National Monument

Located in Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, about halfway between Kanab, Utah, and Page, Arizona, Buckskin Gulch is a spectacular and unique hike that winds through one of the deepest and longest slot canyons in the world. This area is most famously known for The Wave, which is almost impossible to get permits for. It’s also … Read more

RVing with Dogs – Nail Trimming

Keeping your dog’s nails short and smooth is not only safer for them, but can limit accidental injuries or damage to furniture, bedding, and your RV. Like any other grooming needed we always had to find someplace or someone to do the work. Do you cringe every time you use nail clippers to cut your … Read more