Congratulations on your new toy. Welcome to the forum.
With your rig, researching the roadways before taking them is more important. Mind the load and length limits as I have seen many rigs self-destroying as they force their way down roads not designed for that size vehicle and weight. Perhaps the RV trip planning and GPS can accommodate rig sizes while providing routing info.
In Sedona there was one what knocked the sides multiple times as it made sharp turns on a road with no shoulder to speak of and narrow culverts with walls and such. That rig had a long overhang and a shorter wheelbase, so he could make sharp turns but the rear would swing huge arcs.
RUSTIC is good.
Kudos to those who make Local, State & Federal Parks & Campgrounds possible and to those picking up the slack by Providing Private Campgrounds.