If I had to SEARCH for someplace to go I'd ask if the trip was really necessary. I actually have the opposite problem, that there are so many places I'd LIKE to go and so little time to go there.
X-2, figure out what you want to see, then find out where that is, then go there. Ours was simple, Black Hills, Devils Tower, Little Big Horn, Yellowstone, Glacier, in no perticular order, other than travel route. There are an infinate numberof places left to see. Once you figure this out the rest is easy, some people figure a CG is a destination, not us.
2007 Forester 2941DS
2005 KIA Spectra
Zamboni, Long Haired Mini Dachshund
You can have my RV, when you pry my cold dead fingers from the Steering Wheel
This all really depends on what you enjoy. For us there are places that we have been to before and we enjoy going back. Then there are new places that offer something that we want to see - for us, that is history-related. As we are only a year new to RVing we still make reservations at our destination and at stops along the way - and our destinations are really just stops with longer stays. When I plan a trip, I use the internet to check the routes and the state regs for vehicles on certain roads and height clearances. I also check tourism websites for the areas to see what there is to see. We plan the trip in advance - make sure we will have a campground reasonably close to where we want to be and make reservations as peak summer tourism sites sometimes book way in advance. When we travel we are touring and not as much interested in camping. For others getting to a campsite is the destination - that is not for us. So you have to decide what it is you enjoy. It's a vacation!