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Western U.S. and Western Canada   

Recreational Vehicles, RV Camping, & Trip Planning

Tracks & Trails can provide invaluable assistance, whether you are traveling by RV or car. Our unique driving adventures work beautifully either way. But, we love the freedom and flexibility of traveling in an RV. It's a hotel room that goes where hotel rooms don't exist, and you only unpack once! For traveling with kids, it's ideal! We will help you in every aspect of your vehicle rental, from helping you decide what size and configuration will work best for you to giving you extra driving tips. We maintain relationships with only the most reputable rental companies, based on our past clients' satisfaction ratings.

Tracks and Trails    
www.tracks-trails.com     
800-247-0970



Hawaii/Big Island    

You are invited to share with us the camping adventure of a lifetime. With over 1500 miles of scenic byways, the big island offers beauty beyond belief. Take your time, enjoy the scenery and spend as many nights as you'd like camped only a few feet from our shores. You may also enjoy camping beneath the lush tropical setting of waterfalls it offers. With an Island RV rental there's no long return drives back to the same hotel room, no cramped rental cars or tour buses, and no hassles with luggage or bell hops,and the same thing night after night.

Island Rv/Hawaii    
www.islandrv.com     
800-406-4555



RV Treasure Hunting    

Geocaching is a high-tech version of treasure hunting. RVers seek out hidden treasures utilizing GPS coordinates posted on the Internet by those hiding the cache. Using a GPS unit, RV geocachers venture out onto the highway and byways to find the hiding spot of the cache. Once found, a cache may provide the visitor with a wide variety of rewards. If the visitor takes something out of the cache, they are asked to leave something in return. For RVers, the biggest reward is the thrill of the search and the discovery of a place that they have never been. Geocaches are mostly hidden on public recreational lands. They are only hidden on private land if permission has been given by the landowner. Geocaching.com encourages hiders to receive permission to hide a Geocache from the land management agency responsible for the area they wish to hide the Geocache in.

Geocaches are never buried. They are mostly hidden in natural crevices created by rocks, stumps & trees. Many are cleverly camouflaged to look like branches, stumps, squirrel & bird nests or birdhouses. The person that hides a cache will leave a hint on the cache page so that a cache seeker will not damage an area trying to find a hidden Geocache.

funroads.com
www.funroads.com


 
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