Click Fraud Protection
RV Catalog
Main Phone: 936-327-3428
 

Expert Service

The best years of our lives seem to be getting better. This is a time for enjoyment, travel, exploration, and adventure. Treat yourself to a well-deserved vacation like you have never experienced before… an Adventure Caravans tour.

We create tours with you in mind. We’ve included the highlights at each destination, incorporated events, activities and culture along the route – it is our goal to exceed expectations. This is for people who are looking for a meaningful vacation – let someone else set the route, plan the activities and provide you with the vacation experience of a lifetime.

Since the mid 90’s, Adventure Caravans has operated tours across the US, Canada, Mexico, Alaska and overseas… we even offered a tour from Texas to Panama that includes all seven countries of Central America. We have always recommended that your decision process includes comparisons of the other caravan companies so that you can choose the tour and company that best meets your needs.

Our company history and success is only a small portion of what makes Adventure Caravans an exceptional business. We continually work to improve our services and offerings. Our training programs, emergency services and industry knowledge are the standard abilities of what you should be looking for. But our greatest asset is our people. Both our field staff and guests are exceptional in every way. The field staff is selected for their passion and capabilities – these are the people you want to travel with. A rare mixture of leadership, service oriented, problem solving, event hosting, fun loving tour guide is wrapped into every Wagonmaster and Tailgunner. While our guests are the most generous, flexible and enjoyable people you may ever meet.

From the moment you make contact with one of our people (office staff, field staff or guests) you should be genuinely impressed by their passion for Adventure Caravans and wanting to welcome you to one of our tours.

  • Happy Turkey Day
    I hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving and spent with your friend, family of best your friend.
  • Hello from Washington
    I was wondering how many people really read our blog?  So if you like what we have written over the last few years please comment and let us know if you want us to keep writing about our travels.  We enjoy what we do and the people we have come in contact with.So there is […]
  • Video of Whale Breaching
    I hope this works it is the first time I have attached a video to this post.
  • Alaska done heading to Denver Rally now
    OK!!! I have been lazy, but enjoying the guest we have been traveling with.  We finished up our Alaska trip on the 12th.  They were a great group of people ans hope some day to have them all on another trip with us. We left Prince George, BC about 11:00 AM and got to Hinton, […]
  • Hello
    Yes we have been busy and yes I have been lazy also.  It has gotten easier to post pictures on Facebook then here.  The only problem is when taking pictures with the 35 MM Camera it is a little harder to get them to Facebook.  Anyway I am thinking about getting rid of the blog […]
  • Been a while
    Where has the time gone it just seems like we just started this tour going to Alaska and we are on Day 21 of 59.  Sorry for not posting in a while but we have been a little busy.  It is easier to put a quick post on face book where we are and what […]
  • Three Days and our Alaska Trip Starts
    We have been busy the last 3 days getting everything ready for the guest to show up.  We have a total of 9 rigs in the park already.  This makes it nice so that we can get the in-rig visit done and give them all of their things for the trip, Rod- Log, backpack, milepost, […]
  • Arrived at Dicks RV Park
    This morning we had a little bit of early morning rain and more thunder.This is the area of free Parking at the 50,000 Silver Dollar Bar, I count 8 rigs here from last night.  We left at about 8:00 AM and the sun was out and clear driving from here on I hope.As you can […]
  • Montana here we come
    Yesterday we left Walla Walla and spent the night in Moses Lake.  It was a little bit cooler only made it to the low 100's.  It wasn't a bad drive and made it to the park at Pier 4 Resort by noon.  No mountains or pass to go over, so pretty easy drive, it was […]
  • Last Day in Walla Walla
    This is our last day here, we are heading out tomorrow morning early before the heat hits, it is only going to be in the high 90's around here. We are heading to Moses Lake where it will be 100 by 4:00 PM.  One more day of baking before the temp starts to fall a […]
  • Untitled
    DAY 46 - WARRENTON, OREGON JUNE 28 , 2014This is our last day of the caravan.   We woke up early with it raining pretty hard along with it being cool.  But I believe that this weather is pretty typical for northwest Oregon.  First thing on the agenda was to get coffee started. And then get all […]
  • Untitled
    DAY 45 - WARRENTON, OREGON JUNE 27 , 2014The day did not start out great (it was raining). Mother Nature must be sad because this is our last full day with new  friends from all over the US and Canada. We headed down to the little Beach Resort town of Seaside OR.  Seaside has been revered as one […]
  • Untitled
    DAY 44 - WARRENTON, OREGON JUNE 26 , 2014Today was another early to rise.  We had a bus waiting for us at 8:45, to take us on the Astoria/Seaside tour.We begin with going to Fort Clatsop.  This is perhaps best known as the place where the Lewis and Clark expedition "wintered over" in 1805-1806 with the Corps […]
  • Untitled
    DAY 43 - PORTLAND, OREGON to WARRENTON, OREGON JUNE 25 , 2014Today was a beautiful drive along winding roads with lots of wild flowers.  We wanted to stop in Cathlamet, Wa. to see the 1895 Pioneer Church built into a rock outcropping that overlooks the village, but couldn't see any place to stop.  But we did see […]
  • Untitled
    DAY 42 - PORTLAND, OREGON JUNE 24 , 2014We got up bright and early to catch the bus for our trip to the Mount St. Helens in Washington.  Our bus arrived at 7:45 and had everyone on the bus by 8:00.  We are off to another great adventure.Our first stop was at Mount St. Helens Visitor Center. […]
  • Day 27 - Hitch Up Breakfast and Good-byes
    Submitted by The Staff:  Pat & Skeeter and Madi & SpenceHAPPY TRAILS!!  No more trip briefs, no more socials, no more pot lucks, no more staff prepared breakfasts, no more campfires, no more jokes; until we meet again.This morning we all gathered together around the coffee pot one last time. Some of us were on the […]
  • Day 26 - Second Day of Touring New Orleans, Louisiana
    Submitted by:  Chuck and Gayle Ingham #10Since this is the last day we will be touring, Chuck and I want to thank our Wagon Masters, Skeeter and Pat Craig, and our Tail gunners, Spence and Madi Schaaf.  We cannot express the gratitude and appreciation for all the work, time, organization, and fun you have put […]
  • DAY 25 - Tour of New Orleans, Louisiana
    Submitted by:  Chuck and Gayle Ingham #10It was a relaxing sunny morning for everyone. Some were doing laundry, washing windows, strolling and visiting.  At 9:30, our wonderful leaders brought out fresh baked breads and coffee. We all gathered around to visit and discuss future trips, where we may meet up again.Karen Henning passed Foxy on […]
  • Day 24 - Travel Day to New Orleans, Louisiana
    Submitted by Karen and Speed Henning #8First of all, Speed and I, and we are sure the whole group would like to thank Skeeter, Pat, Spence and Madi for an excellent Cajun Crawl trip through Louisiana. We have never laughed and had so much fun, and it's not quite over yet!  So, we have 4, […]
  • Day 23 - Touring Houma, Louisiana
    Submitted by:  Ray and Lorre Dorris #7Day 23 in Houma started out beautiful with a slight chill in the air with a few scattered clouds with the occasional breaks with bright periods of bone warming sunshine...The evening before ended with a breathtaking sunset, today also ended with another beautiful Louisiana sunset but with a little […]
  • Day 42 - The End
    I woke up with a start in what I thought was the middle of the night, and realized that it had just been a dream……….  I dreamt that I was surrounded by a colony of sea lions, barking and barking and barking and barking……………Then I realized it was time to get up and prepare for […]
  • Day 41 - Los Angeles Area
    We started our day with a short delay. While waiting for our bus, we had a short power outage in the park. Since many of us have pets, we wanted to make sure the air conditioning was working before we left.  The power came back on; our bus arrived so off we went on our trip […]
  • Day 40 - Los Angeles Area
    With an early wake-up call, we boarded the bus for our trip into Los Angeles with the bright sun illuminating the skyline of the city as we entered. With a population of 4 million in a metropolitan area of 18 million, it is a beehive of activity. Our guide took us through the exclusive areas of […]
  • Day 39 - Travel Day to Los Angeles Area
    Well it's a travel day again. We are sorry to be leaving Buellton, CA. The Flying Flags RV Resort was very nice with all pull thrus, lots of grass and mature shade trees. But it is time to move, so we headed south on 101 again. The road to start was nice, many places lined with […]
  • Day 38 - Free Day in Buellton, CA
    Well here we are at the Flying Flags RV Resort campground in Buellton California.  The weather has been fantastic and the area is great.  We started out this morning with breakfast at Ellen’s Pancake House.  Everyone who went did not go away hungry with such a variety of food.After breakfast everyone was off on their […]
  • Day 56 - St. John, New Brunswick
    It is finished…………………………….day 56As Jim and Mercedes so succinctly said on their blog yesterday, “where did all that time go?”Were you wondering the same thing?  Our wonderful trip is over.  This morning everyone came for a delicious staff prepared breakfast, ate, chatted, said their goodbyes, and left the campground in St. John while Mo/Mo-Reen looked […]
  • Day 55 - St. John, New Brunswick
    (Tempus Fugit)Today is the last official full day of our caravan.  Where has all that time gone?Here we are in St John (Irvingville), New Brunswick and we are boarding a bus for a city tour.  What a treat.  The bus’s air conditioning consisted  of slot windows, and the forward motion of the bus to create […]
  • Day 54 - Travel day to St. John, New Brunswick
    August 15, 2013 – Day 54 of our Gaspe and Atlantic Provinces trip.  The sun is making a bright appearance. Temperature this morning was 71°.Yesterday was a very exciting day with the tide.  It will be hard to make today a big trip.We are leaving Ponderosa Pines at 9:35 traveling Hwy 114.  Terrible road – […]
  • Day 53 - Travel day to Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick
    We made an early start today on our short 125 mile trip to Hopewell Cape.  Much to everyone's surprise, Judy and Van Douglass were first out.  They had a perfect record before today of leaving last out, only minutes before our Tailgunner was scheduled to leave.  Multiple shouts came over our radio of, "take a […]
  • Day 52 - Travel day to Truro, Nova Scotia
    What a beautiful morning in Louisbourg.   The troops are lined up in the RV park to leave.A stop at Shell Service station for diesel rendered this sign welcoming us - kind of neat, huh?We stopped at an overview park at Irish Cove.Our travels took us through St. Peters where the streets had these beautiful […]
  • Day 59 of our Alaska Adventure
    Bill and I have joined “RiVoliRallies,” https://www.rivolirallies.com/ come join us on a rally! Sign up for Southern Louisiana 2018 now while there is still room: https://www.rivolirallies.com/southern-louisiana.html Missed Savannah, GA, in 2018? Catch us in 2019: https://www.rivolirallies.com/savannah.html
  • Day 58 – En Route to Prince George, B.C.
    Bill and I have joined “RiVoliRallies,” https://www.rivolirallies.com/ come join us on a rally! Sign up for Southern Louisiana 2018 now while there is still room: https://www.rivolirallies.com/southern-louisiana.html Missed Savannah, GA, in 2018? Catch us in 2019: https://www.rivolirallies.com/savannah.html
  • Day 57 – En Route to Smithers, B.C.
    Bill and I have joined “RiVoliRallies,” https://www.rivolirallies.com/ come join us on a rally! Sign up for Southern Louisiana 2018 now while there is still room: https://www.rivolirallies.com/southern-louisiana.html Missed Savannah, GA, in 2018? Catch us in 2019: https://www.rivolirallies.com/savannah.html
  • Day 56 – Steward, B.C./Hyder, AK
    Bill and I have joined “RiVoliRallies,” https://www.rivolirallies.com/ come join us on a rally! Sign up for Southern Louisiana 2018 now while there is still room: https://www.rivolirallies.com/southern-louisiana.html Missed Savannah, GA, in 2018? Catch us in 2019: https://www.rivolirallies.com/savannah.html
  • DAY 55 – EN ROUTE TO STEWART/HYDER
    Bill and I have joined “RiVoliRallies,” https://www.rivolirallies.com/ come join us on a rally! Sign up for Southern Louisiana 2018 now while there is still room: https://www.rivolirallies.com/southern-louisiana.html Missed Savannah, GA, in 2018? Catch us in 2019: https://www.rivolirallies.com/savannah.html
  • Cash’s Recovery
    On August 11, 2016 Cash was transferred from Doeronbecher Children’s Hospital at OHSU to Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel in Portland, Oregon. I understand that this is the hub for children with severe injuries. One major step for Cash!!! Inspiration for everyone!! After a few days to settle in Cash is on a daily […]
  • Day 49 Farewell Our Friends
    It’s 5:00am! We’re up making coffee and getting things in order for our hitch-up breakfast! At 6:30am it’s off to Timmy’s (Tim Horton’s) for doughnuts, muffins and bagels, and assorted fruit. It’s Day 49 and all good things must come to an end. As folks start preparing for their day the campground fills with chatter, […]
  • August 29, 2013: Day 48
    August 29, 2013, Day 48 St. John, NB, Rockwood Campground We started our day at 5:00 am (yes it was still dark outside) to decorate Roger and Sandy’s RV. This was their anniversary and we wanted to decorate before they woke up. And we did, the only one up was Al going for his daily […]
  • August 29, 2013: Day 48
    August 29, 2013, Day 48 St. John, NB, Rockwood Campground We started our day at 5:00 am (yes it was still dark outside) to decorate Roger and Sandy’s RV. This was their anniversary and we wanted to decorate before they woke up. And we did, the only one up was Al going for his daily […]
  • August 28, 2013: Day 47
    August 28, 2013, Day 47 – Travel Day to St. John, NB What began as a very foggy morning turned into a beautiful day and an easy drive to St. John, New Brunswick. Betty was making bets as to who would be the first to leave the campground after Mike – she was betting on […]
  • Day 43 – The end of our Civil War 2013 Trip
    Bill and I have joined “RiVoliRallies,” https://www.rivolirallies.com/ come join us on a rally! Sign up for Southern Louisiana 2018 now while there is still room: https://www.rivolirallies.com/southern-louisiana.html Missed Savannah, GA, in 2018? Catch us in 2019: https://www.rivolirallies.com/savannah.html
  • Day 42 – Yuma, TN
    Bill and I have joined “RiVoliRallies,” https://www.rivolirallies.com/ come join us on a rally! Sign up for Southern Louisiana 2018 now while there is still room: https://www.rivolirallies.com/southern-louisiana.html Missed Savannah, GA, in 2018? Catch us in 2019: https://www.rivolirallies.com/savannah.html
  • Day 41 – Enroute to Yuma, Tennessee
    Bill and I have joined “RiVoliRallies,” https://www.rivolirallies.com/ come join us on a rally! Sign up for Southern Louisiana 2018 now while there is still room: https://www.rivolirallies.com/southern-louisiana.html Missed Savannah, GA, in 2018? Catch us in 2019: https://www.rivolirallies.com/savannah.html
  • Day 40 – Nashville, TN
    Bill and I have joined “RiVoliRallies,” https://www.rivolirallies.com/ come join us on a rally! Sign up for Southern Louisiana 2018 now while there is still room: https://www.rivolirallies.com/southern-louisiana.html Missed Savannah, GA, in 2018? Catch us in 2019: https://www.rivolirallies.com/savannah.html
  • Day 39 – Nashville, Tennessee
    Bill and I have joined “RiVoliRallies,” https://www.rivolirallies.com/ come join us on a rally! Sign up for Southern Louisiana 2018 now while there is still room: https://www.rivolirallies.com/southern-louisiana.html Missed Savannah, GA, in 2018? Catch us in 2019: https://www.rivolirallies.com/savannah.html
  • Day 30 - Goodbye for now......
    It was zero dark-and-cold thirty when the staff set up the farewell continental breakfast for the group of travelers leaving today.Slowly the bravest souls arrived to say goodbye and partake of the feast prepared for them.  As the sun came out and things warmed a little, the group grew and grew.At last, everyone had come […]
  • Day 29 - Tucson - Air Museum and Farewell Dinner
    Day 29, the last full day of the 2013 Winter Oasis dawned clear and cold.  Promptly at 9 am we lined up for our ride-share trip to the Pima Air and Space Museum.  This is one of the largest air museums in the world and the largest that is privately funded.We were met in front […]
  • Day 28 - Tucson area bus tour
    The morning was crisp and coldThere wasn’t a cloud in the skyWe was ready for more places to beholdWe was all lined up ready to goMission San Xavier del  BacWas much like the AlamoIt has been there for many a yearThe guide we had was friendly and smartHe knew all the facts from A to […]
  • Day 27 - Travel Day to Tucson, AZ
    After four days in Mesa at the Mesa Regal RV Resort our group moved on to Tucson. Mesa Regal was not suited for our group. We were scattered throughout the Park feeling isolated from one another! Parking was very very challenging missing a Citrus Tree on one side and the lamp post on the other […]
  • Day 26 - Mesa, AZ - Tour of Phoenix and Surrounds
    At last, a rainless day!!!  Until late afternoon, we had clear blue skies with crisp but breezy, fresh air.  This was another tour day.  Our first stop was at the Queen Creek Olive Mill.  We were informed about a myriad list of facts for growing olive trees, harvesting their fruit, and the production of extra […]
  • Day 50
    We started with coffee, pastries and some fruit while we exchanged hugs and goodbyes.The visitor and vehicle permits we obtained at the start of our journey must be turned in and cancelled. The nearest location where that is possible is in Mexicali. So, we crossed the border back into Baja California, Mexico where the offices […]
  • Day 49
    This day has come all too soon. This day is not only about the Caravan coming to a close, but reflecting on what we have all seen & done. The train ride through the Copper Canyon was spectacular, with one spectacular view after another. The van ride to Batopilas at the bottom of the canyon was […]
  • Day 48
    This day was a Free Day.  By 11:00 am, the campground was empty.  Everybody had left to spend the rest of their Pesos.  There is always a new Mexican dish or a planter to finally pick up before crossing the border. Oh yes, our Adventurers found the fish market too. Shrimp was reasonably priced and […]
  • Day 47
    We boarded a bus at 9:00am with our guide, Larissa, and our bus driver, Martine, for our trip to La Bufadora and a city tour of Ensenada. Larissa explained that Ensenada means “bay surrounded by mountains” and that fishing, farming, and tourism are the three largest industries. We saw round fishing nets in the lagoon […]
  • Say 46
    March 10 was a Travel Day from Vicente Guererro to Estero Beach. Several of us enjoyed a buffet Breakfast at the Posada Don Diego Restaurant before leaving on our day’s travels. Since it was Sunday, we took our time going over the Mountains in our Rigs. As we drove along, there was a lot to […]
  • Day 53-56 Stewart, BC/Hyder, Alaska
    Here we go, out of Skagway back up that grade for the 11.5 miles. I was much more at ease going uphill than I was coming down. Bill and I detoured on this travel day to include Whitehorse to check on a tailgate from the local junk yard. The bad thing was, the tailgate they […]