|Above, The Beast at the Grand Canyon/Williams KOA. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
GEICO and KOA Kampgrounds have teamed up with suggestions of ten great trips and ten great campsites for your next RV trip. I have stayed at two of their suggested campsites.
Their suggestions are posted at Business Wire and they begin with:
WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Camping on the roadside has always been a part of the American landscape, starting with covered wagons.
However, it was not until 1910 when Pierce-Arrow introduced the Touring Landau in Madison Square Garden that ‘RVing’ as we know it began. For RV enthusiasts who like to know these things, the Landau included a chamber pot, a sink, a folding rear seat that converted to a bed and a telephone that connect the passengers to chauffeur, reports the RV Museum and Hall of Fame in Elkhart, Ind.
Whatever your call to the open road may be – an adventure, family time, or solitude – preparation is key. When stocking your cabinets with games and supplies, take the time to review your insurance policy. Did you add some features to your RV? Do you need to add more coverage to replace your personal effects? Should you increase your emergency expense coverage? There’s a good deal to review.
Once you’re covered, and if you’re having trouble deciding where your next epic RV trip will be, you can’t go wrong with the classics.
GEICO and KOA campgrounds suggest 10 great trips at 10 great campsites for you to consider.
To read more, go here.