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Latest Tips for Camping in the Badlands of South Dakota [2021]

One trip that belongs on every RVers bucket list is camping in the Badlands of South Dakota. It's easy to see why American Indians and the early settlers called the area of southwestern South Dakota the Badlands. They are dry, unbearably hot in the summer, rugged, isolated and – in the days before modern transportation – […]Read More

New Jeep doubles as RV

In the big fall RV shows, a lot of heads have been turning over a new Jeep model called the Badlands that is all tricked out as an RV, with a slick little tent that pops up on the hardtop and a galley that can fold out of the rear. It's aimed at Overlanders, who […]Read More

A study in contrast: From the Badlands to the Black Hills

It's pretty amazing what a few hundred miles can do to the view. That was driven home to us today as we made our way across South Dakota taking in the vast green prairie and its lush grasslands, the wind carved canyons, ravines and hoodoos of the Badlands and the rolling thick pine forests of […]Read More

Tell me where to go: Help plan my RV trip to Wyoming

It's time to head west to Wyoming and, eventually, Yellowstone National Park. And this year, instead of repeating past routes, I thought it would be fun to get your suggestions, to crowd source our trip by drawing on the collected wisdom of our readers. In other words, tell me where to go. Here's the particulars: […]Read More

The Beautiful Badlands – The Open Mike RV Tour continues

I don't know why they call it the Badlands. It's big and wild and rugged and beautiful. I guess if I were on horseback, or trying tp pull a wagon train, or being chased by Indians here, maybe the name would fit. But after driving it in my Roadtrek, peddling it on my mountain bike […]Read More

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