Great resource. We're planning on travelling from Ireland next May, and following what seems to be a fairly well worn route from Boston to Seattle, via Ontario, Duluth, Great Forks, Banff and Vancouver. The slightly tricky bit is that it will be with children of 6 and 3 and a new born who will only be a couple of months old.
We planning on renting an RV, class C or A, and the info on the site has been brilliant on route planning and what to expect. However there are a few queries that I haven't been able to find an answer for.
1. What is the seating layout when driving in a Class C (or Class A) rv. Do the seats take a standard child seat that can be attached with a seatbelt. Or is there no such thing as a generic rv seat?
2. How limited are you in a big RV in the mountains? Do you have to stay on Interstates. Presuming that a big class C would let you go to most places?
3. And finally, we're taking a fairly leisurely 6 weeks to get across, driving for maybe 2 hours a day. With the kids, we want to have the flexibility of not having to reach a certain campground by nightfall, but I'm slightly worried about the need to book. In May/June would it just be the popular sites that would be booked out?