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Athena Pantekoek

Athena Pantekoek and her husband, Darin, are parents of two teens . They have been traveling the country since 2010 in their Holiday Rambler Class A – “The Rolling Shoebox.” They have visited 44 states, learning America is so much more fascinating than they ever knew. They also have visited more than 40 of the Thousand Trails Campgrounds. Follow their adventures at www.rollingshoebox.com.

Review: Camperland in Beaver, Utah

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The sites and overhanging trees were a little tighter than we like, but doable. There was a little road noise, but we were near the front. The power pedestals were older. Overall, it was a good overnight park, but nothing to write home about.

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Arizona Oasis RV Park in Ehrenberg, Ariz.

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This Colorado Riverside park is about a half-mile off Interstate 10, right at the Arizona/California border. Some of the sites overlook the river, and are spacious. We had an inter-site pull-through that was tight, but had its own orange trees.

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Mountain View RV Park – Lake Isabella, Calif.

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This medium-sized RV park is immediately off Hwy. 99, just south of Bakersfield. The park is very flat, with easy to drive roads, and long pull-throughs, making it a great overnight stay. It is about 10 miles south of the shopping areas of Bakersfield.

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Fender’s River Road Resort and Motel – Needles, Calif.

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The campground offers a few sites with great river views and a two-story deck right in front of them. The laundry room/ shower building is newer, and it is about a two-mile drive from Interstate 40. We plan to go back again when we have some time -- and enjoy a river view site.

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Emerald RV Park – Jefferson, Ore.

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This small new RV park is right off Interstate 5, just south of Salem. The camping is in a gravel lot, with a small field for dogs or play. But, it is very convenient for a night or two of sleep before heading north or south on I-5.

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Win-River Casino RV Park – Redding, Calif.

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This small casino RV park is clean, but more off-route and tight than we would have thought. It is advertised as being on I-5, but is about 5 miles off the highway and though town. The entry area and driving in front of the casino are very narrow, with confusing signs and large speed bumps.

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Monte Vista RV Resort – Mesa, Ariz.

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The resort has two large pool with waterfalls, a spa with a waterfall, brand new tennis and pickle ball courts, baseball and bocce ball courts. In the winter, the park offers daily woodworking shop, ceramics, jewelry making, and weekly quilting and painting classes. Many people spend all winter here.

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Flag City RV Park — Lodi, Calif.

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This fairly large RV park is right across from the Lodi Truck Stops on Interstate 5, making it a great place to stop for a night, with several fast food places to choose from.

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