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Mike Wendland is a veteran journalist who, with his wife, Jennifer, travels North America in a small motorhome, blogging about the people, places, joys and adventure of RV life on the road at RVLifestyle.com. He and Jennifer also host the weekly RV Podcast and do twice-weekly videos on the YouTube RV Lifestyle Channel. They have written 10 books on RV travel.

Our Favorite Hike in Yellowstone NationalPark

There's plenty of hiking trails at Yellowstone National Park. In this video, Jennifer and I show you our favorite hiking trail called Trout Lake. We love to hike to and from Trout Lake, in the northeast part of the park near the Lamar Valley. It's only 1.2 miles roundtrip but because you spend the first […]Read More

Take the Yellowstone Pledge

Attendance at Yellowstone National Park keeps rising and 2017 is expected to be another record-setting year. That’s pretty impressive considering that in 2015, the park set a record with 4 million visitors. Last year, the centennial year for the National Parks Service, Yellowstone had 4.2 million visitors. But what’s new in 2017 and expected of […]Read More

Episode 130: Before you visit this year, take the “Yellowstone Pledge”

On everyone’s bucket list is Yellowstone National Park. But after record crowds and a series of unfortunate incidents last year, this year, before you go, park officials are asking you to take the “Yellowstone Pledge.” What is it? Listen to our interview of the week, as we learn about the pledge and what else is […]Read More

Thinking Spring and The Wildflowers of Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park is one of our most favorite places to RV in all of North America. It draws us back and its sheer size and beauty is breathtaking. But as macro as the place is, it is also meant to be seen on the micro level, close up. One of our trips there just happened […]Read More

Yellowstone: At the top of every RV Bucket List

Yellowstone National Park is America’s first national park, a national treasure and a must visit for every RVer. A place so big it lies in part of two states, Montana and Wyoming.  I was warned before that the place will get in your blood and you will keep coming back, again and again. We now […]Read More

New App Predicts Geyser Eruptions at Yellowstone

The largest concentration of active geysers in the world—approximately half of the world’s total— is found in Yellowstone National Park. A press release from the National Parks Service says you can now discover the natural wonder of the most famous geyser of all, Old Faithful, and other geysers with a free app that you can […]Read More

Yellowstone supervolcano is not about to blow, says park service

Well, at least it's not going to erupt anytime soon. Probably. This has been a strange year at Yellowstone National Park, which indeed sits atop a supervolcano. Two months ago, extreme heat from the thermal features below caused oil to bubble on a road surface and damage a 3.3-mile loop road that takes visitors past […]Read More

Meet Deby Dixon: Living the dream as Yellowstone’s storyteller

Yellowstone National Park is a captivating place. It grabs the soul and pulls us back year after year. At the top of every RVers bucket list, it is a place so majestic, so wild and big that it calls us to return, to explore, to get to know the diversity of its land and animals […]Read More

When it comes to Bison at Yellowstone, Don’t be Stupid!

There’s nothing like the sight of one of Yellowstone National Park’s magnificent bison to slow traffic. These shaggy giants seem oblivious to the traffic. They cross the road where they want. They go where they want. The National Park service says humans need to stay far away from bison. But they don’t. People, in quest […]Read More

I’m one happy Yellowstone camper

I am one happy camper. In fact, Jennifer says the picture of me below is the happiest she has ever seen me. After most of five days in Yellowstone National Park in our Roadtrek, I am leaving with great reluctance. I'm trying to think of a place that has so connected with me, so satisfied […]Read More

The Open Mike RV Tour West: Yellowstone’s majesty

Today was a big day. Everything at Yellowstone is big. Very big. We had every intention of driving the upper loop today, another 100 miler after the 100-mile lower lop we did yesterday. But, as we suspect is common at Yellowstone, we got waylaid by the grandeur and lingered over the attractions we were passing. […]Read More

The Open Mike RV Tour West Arrives at Yellowstone

My eyes hurt. Yellowstone National Park is so beautiful, so big, so geographically and geologically diverse that after 12 hours of hiking, photographing and standing around this park with our eyes open that we're overwhelmed. The video above was taken right at sunset…that's why it's dark. But it was so cool I had to show […]Read More

Working Remotely from an RV: Pros & Cons

Working remotely from an RV can be freeing yet limiting at the same time. Let’s discuss the good and the bad! As someone that lives and works from my RV most of the year, I’ve learned a lot about the triumphs and pitfalls of working while on the road. Let me share with you what […]Read More

RV Podcast 327: RV News and Helpful Travel Tips during the Pandemic

This episode of the RV Podcast has the latest RV News, RV Travel tips about moving around the country during the pandemic and shares a great off the beaten path spot in Montana. You can listen to the podcast in the player below or through your favorite Podcast app. Scroll down this page for shownotes […]Read More

11 Perfect Spring Road Trips to Take in your RV in 2021

It's not too soon to start thinking about Spring road trips! We're guessing many RV Lifestyle Fellow Travelers are doing that very thing. Assuming the COVID-19 travel restrictions start to ease up soon, we have some great spring road trips to suggest for you after this long winter comes to an end! But when it […]Read More