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    In addition to the plethora of slot machines and non-stop neon, Las Vegas also offers a golfing option, right on The Strip. The TaylorMade Golf Experience (TMGE) is a 42-acre Vegas golf mecca that features a lighted par 3 nine-hole course, along with a 113-stall two-tier driving range. Other features of TMGE include a putting […]

    The post Vegas Show Stopper: TaylorMade Golf Experience appeared first on RV Life.

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  • 08/01/15--00:00: Drive the Train Yourself!
  • The Nevada Northern Railway Museum, a national historic landmark in Ely, Nevada, offers regular 90-minute train rides, but you can also be a guest engineer, instead of just a passenger, and spend the night in a caboose or bunkhouse in the rail yard. Unusual hands-on experiences are special attractions at the railway, which went in […]

    The post Drive the Train Yourself! appeared first on RV Life.

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    Among the experienced RVers who write regularly at, no one has done more traveling in an RV than Sharlene Minshall. She was a full-time RVer for 20 years and has driven her motorhome to remote outposts in Alaska, the beaches of Baja California and everywhere in between. In recent years she made her home […]

    The post Beauty and Solitude in Nevada appeared first on RV Life.

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  • 08/25/15--01:01: Golden Boondocking
  • In the July 2015 edition of RV Life magazine, there is an article entitled “Cool Down in Las Vegas’ Techatticup Mine” featuring a historical gold mine in Nelson, Nevada which can be found about an hour south of Las Vegas. With fall just around the corner, many snowbirds will be heading to or through southern […]

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    There is no mistaking the beauty of the National Parks in the United States. Since the establishment of the National Park Service in 1916, transient travelers across the nation have been drawn to the various regions year after year. Following the recent details of the 2015 Annual Park Ranking Report by the National Park Service […]

    The post The Top Five Attractions of the National Park Service to Visit in 2016 appeared first on RV Life.

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    Every year the Black Rock Desert just north of Reno in Nevada comes alive with more than 65,000 kindred spirits. They come to form Black Rock City and celebrate the purity of life at The Burning Man Festival.

    The post Want a Unique Desert Experience? Try The Burning Man Festival appeared first on RV Life.

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    Picture yourself walking along a sun-soaked sandy beach barefoot with your loved one as waves gently lap the shoreline. A breeze gently ripples the crystal clear azure water as you enjoy the endless surrounding views. After your walk, you return to a sandy beachfront RV space to lounge under your awning as you await a […]

    The post Beach Camping Along The Beautiful Pyramid Lake appeared first on RV Life.

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    Sometimes the best attractions aren’t the ones in travel directories, but the ones you find yourself. Such was the case when we were visiting the Pyramid Lake area in Nevada. Pyramid Lake is a remnant of the much larger ancient Lake Lahontan, which has been evaporating for thousands of years. As the lake shrank, its […]

    The post You Can Find Hidden Tufas Off This Nevada Highway appeared first on RV Life.

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    Rest areas are typically the last spot I would think about staying the night in my RV. Generally there is road noise from the nearby interstate or highway the rest area serves, trucks coming and going all night, they’re prime locations for criminals to apply their trade (grab and go), and worst of all is […]

    The post This Nevada Rest Area Has Peaceful Riverfront Sites appeared first on RV Life.

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    During a recent trip traveling along the California-Nevada border and the eastern Sierras, the deep cycle batteries in my RV weren’t recharging well. We had been boondocking every night along the way and the nights were cold, dropping into the twenties most of the time. We moved almost every day, so between the charge line […]

    The post Why It’s Important To Keep Your RV Batteries Charged Properly appeared first on RV Life.