March 2019

If you’re ready for one of the greatest adventures of your life, a RV camping trip might just be for you. Imagine having the freedom to travel wherever you want, whenever you want. Imagine waking up to the perfect powder day and getting in line for first chair. Imagine waking up to stunning vistas after a restful night’s sleep. If you identify with even one

The Pacific Northwest region of the United States is the ultimate playground for all outdoors-people. Whether you’re four years old or 94, there is something for everyone to enjoy. From hiking to award-winning museums, from whale watching to skiing down the slopes of Mount Hood, your whole family will enjoy exploring everything that the PNW has to offer. We at ROAMERICA put together a list

Greetings friend! I hope this letter finds you well. I’m writing from the Anacortes Ferry, which is currently navigating the labyrinth of the San Juan Islands, bound for Victoria, BC. For the next week, Aubrey and I are road tripping across Vancouver Island to Tofino. I’m praying for good surf, but it can be a crap shoot this time of year. Surf or not, it’s gorgeous

One of the great things about renting a campervan is the ability it has to transport us into the wild, natural places that we love. And, as visitors to these places, it’s our responsibility to leave them as we found them, ensuring that future visitors are able to have an experience similar to our own. Minimize the impact you have on the environment while out

Seattle, Washington is one of the crown jewels of the Pacific Northwest. White settlers arrived at the edge of Puget Sound in the early 1850s and soon established a small village in what is now commonly known as the Pioneer Square district in the modern city of Seattle. The pioneers shared the area with Native American tribes and named the city after a Duwanish tribe

If you’ve been to one city, you’ve been to them all. Fancy bars, dive bars, an urban park, a hipster neighborhood and a museum or two. Unless you’re talking about Portland. With a town slogan like “Keep Portland Weird”, who wouldn’t want to spend their time here? From pods of food trucks to outdoor recreation and cafes that double as motorcycle shops, there is something