“This is in our Top 10”. You’ve heard us say that before and chances are good we’ve said it more than ten times! But we found a loophole and picked our Top 10 RV Destinations for Season 3 – West Coast & BC. This was still not an easy task as we visited so many amazing places during Season 3 over five month. In this video we recap Season 3, share our route and some of our favorite RV Parks, activities and more.

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  • Bella Pacifica is the camp ground right on the beach in Tofino. If you have a truck camper or tent there are spots right on the beach. If you choose to stay in Ucuelet then check out mussel beach. The owners are great people and the sights face Barclay sound. South of that is Bamfield and Pachena bay camp ground. Maybe do a vancouver island special season lol.

  • Great video. Summer 2019 will be my first epic road trip of 4-6 weeks, your videos are helping me go from roughing it out to details. Thanks! How did the diet of no alcohol, bread or sugar work out? Was it worth it?

  • Wow, so, Whistler & British Columbia favourites in your top 10…how wonderful….since I've lived here all my life! Thankfully, North America wide, the list would be endless no doubt! Of all the times I've been to the Palm Springs region, I've never been to Joshua Tree Ntnl Park! Will put that on the bucket list Marc/Tricia! Will be heading down that way this winter, so we'll certainly have to squeeze it in! Would love to know if you've done the January 'Quartzite' gathering, which I hear is amazing in itself, albeit you have to deal with the crowds of course. I've boon docked there in the past a couple of times, and but never in the winter when the large RV show takes place, and the community of individuals gather! At any rate, always looking forward to your next video…and hope to catch up to you two since you are back in Vancouver!

  • I was watching this episode with my son the other day and he said: " I saw that guy in SLO, he was sitting on a bench with some homeless people and I thought to myself, I have never seen a homeless person with teeth that white". I really enjoy your channel and have learned a great deal from watching. We are traveling with a 26' Forest River toy hauler. My son commented on your politeness and asking him how he was doing. I liked the hair clip and bacon crawdad rig, growing up in Alaska we use to use bicycle rims with the spokes removed and net added to catch crabs in Homer. Be safe and perhaps we will cross paths one day.

  • I discovered your video by researching RV living, and I’m addicted! Your family is inspiring. I’m a homeschooling mom to my youngest child (11) who is still at home, and he and I have began discussing road schooling. I’m looking into ways to work on the road either by work camping, or online remotely (taking classes online now). We started looking at travel trailers that would work for us, and rated for my truck (thanks to your video covering that.) Our plan has no set date, but the goal is to get our travel trailer, and hit the road within two years max. We are living vicariously through you guys, but taking notes on the good, the bad, and the ugly of RV life on the road. I’ve learned so much from your videos, even though we haven’t watched them in order.
    Thank-you for devoting yourselves to your videos, you guys rock!!
    Elaine and Peyton

  • Just an idea…weekly top 10….I would be great with biweekly top 10 ;-). Always enjoyable…thanks guys. Clearly I dont watch your videos in sequence……they pop up, I watch them lol.

  • Great video and recommendations. Please note…you saw Elk vice caribou in Banff….Caribou are wayyyy up north in the province. Fantastic videos.

  • Thanks for all the tips. It's too bad you missed Avenue of the Giants just South of Eureka on Hwy 101. So majestic, the redwood trees are huge. Deception Pass State Park about 10mi south of Anacortes, WA is incredible too, similar to Yosemite, but with full hookups. BTW, it's almost impossible to get a camping spot in Yosemite, even when you make them on the first day reservations open, 7 months in advance. But Yosemite is the best if you can get a campsite in Yosemite Valley, the best.

  • I too love Yosemite. Might want to mention that reservations for valley campgrounds must be made (4 months ahead), especially in summer. Also, campgrounds in the park (National Park Campgrounds in Yosemite) have no hookups. It is totally dry camping with restricted generator hours. Just a heads up!

  • Hi! We have just enjoyed your videos! I have a question. Do you need your passport to drive into Canada? I have mine but the bf doesn’t. Would a birth cert do passing over?

  • Love watching you guys! So fun and informative! And…you're from AZ too! Next time you're in town, I'd love to meet! One thing I have to share though….Zion is pronounced Z-eye-un, not Z-eye-on. (I'm originally from Utah) Keep up the fun videos!

  • Can't wait to cross over into Canada on our travels — wow wow wow! Thanks for the inspiration and ideas. We would definitely have an incredibly hard time picking favorite places but whenever people ask us, we always mention Hwy 395 in California. That whole stretch: Tahoe to Lone Pine is stunningly beautiful. Did you visit Mono Lake in Lee Vining?? Incredible place. Also, Oregon is our home state so we loved the love you threw at it…it's just a phenomenal place, every part of the State. If you haven't heard of the Wallowas, put it on your list for next time. Cheers guys!

  • I love your Vlog. I live in NC. On the coast. I am a paramedic, so time to travel is sometimes hard to find. Last August however my girlfriend and I stayed in Boone NC. The Camp Ground was Grand Father Camp Ground. The prices were very reasonable. There is an amazing amount of stuff to do near by. From out doors to shopping or even a tour of the Bailtmore House. I was wandering if you were planning on ever heading east, lol. I know the appalachian mountains aren't as huge as the Rockys but you should see it.

    We have a Forest River Wild Wood
    Its a front kitchen and rear queen bedroom on a slide.
    So a Super slid for the booth and couch, and one for the queen bed.
    No issues pulling into the Camp Ground.

    Thanks for taking the time and sending out your journey.