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Stuff You Gotta Have: The Coleman Instant Tent

12/23/2010 | KOA

View a larger version of this video here The Coleman Instant Tent We asked campers to help us put the Coleman Instant Tent to the test. Can they really set it up in a minute or less? Is it the kind of quality that Coleman is known for? See what they can do—and hear their […]

5 Ways to Save $ On Your Next Camping Trip

12/23/2010 | KOA

Whether you’re on a tight budget, or just want to use your money for stuff you love to do (like camping), you’re probably always in the mood to save a little cash. We asked campers some of their favorite tips for saving money, and these are the top five responses: 1) On-Site Cooking: Cooking and […]

Things to Consider When Purchasing RV Insurance

12/23/2010 | KOA

  So, you’ve finally taken that big step and purchased that recreational vehicle you’ve been dreaming about. Now, how do you plan to insure your new home on wheels? Even if you’ve had your RV for years, it’s a good idea to review your insurance coverage and make sure that you have all of the […]

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Grilled Chicken Kabobs Recipe

12/23/2010 | Cook

Please every camper at your site with this easy, adaptable grilling recipe.

Poetry and Pancakes

12/23/2010 | Cook

When John Horton was growing up, he loved two things: being a cowboy and cooking. His cooking prowess, however, often became the target of jokes from other kids. “One day, one of the kids is teasin’ me about being a sissy because I could cook,” he recalled. “But then my aunt got ahold of him. […]

Where To Eat Along Route 66

12/22/2010 | KOA

America was young, and the urge to explore ran high. And in 1921, an amendment to the Federal Aid Road Act was passed, requiring the establishment of an interconnected state highway system. The most famous of those was Route 66, the 2400-mile trail running from Chicago to Los Angeles and winding through small towns throughout […]

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