10 Ares Where You Can RV Camp in the Parking Lot

With most ski lodges and hotels imposing  limited capacity this winter due to COVID-19 , why not bring or  rent a camper or RV  instead? Most  resorts don’t allow for overnight parking, but we found ten ski hills across the country that have dedicated lots for your cabin on wheels.  For the full story - click here.

If You’re with the Family

( Photo:  Courtesy Schweitzer)

Schweitzer, Idaho

It’s free to park in the  designated camper lots  at  Schweitzer Mountain Resort  (day passes from $89) in Sandpoint, Idaho, but there is a three-day limit. You’ll come for the empty glades—this independently owned resort in the Selkirk Mountains has some of the best tree skiing around—and an average of 300-plus inches of snow per year. Road-tripping families will find many conveniences here, from resort daycare to kids’ nights out to snow tubing and entry-level terrain parks.