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The absolute first thing you need to plan your trip to Alaska is the Milepost 2017. The MILEPOST® is Alaska’s best known and most extensive travel guide.It helps to plan the trip but was also never more than an arm’s length away on our whole trip. We read it as we drove along and it gave a mile by mile description of what we were seeing or what we could anticipate seeing around the next bend. We could not have enjoyed the trip nearly as much without this handy guide. Get your copy and get busy planning your trip.
Roads Less Traveled in Northeast Oregon by Steve Arndt
Traveling in Oregon? This is a great book for finding the back roads of Oregon.
Camp for FREE or for a very low fee at these campgrounds. The U.S Army Corps of Engineers manages more than 12 million acres of land and water nationwide. They are the largest federal provider of outdoor recreation in the nation.
RV Camping in Corps of Engineers Parks: Guide to over 600 Corps-managed campgrounds on nearly 200 lakes around the country. This book will guide you to more than 600 Corps-managed campgrounds with sites suitable for RV camping on nearly 200 lakes around the country.
RV Camping: 50 RV Tips And Ideas To Make Your Trips Safe And Interesting: (RVing full time, RV living, How to live in a car, How to live in a car van or … how to live in a car, van or RV Book 2) Great book with all sorts of tips to help make your RV camping easier and more fun.