Water Park Fun 
in Wisconsin

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by Jeff Crider
October 3, 2013

  Indoor and outdoor Attractions Make the Dells a Year-Round Destination When Becky Gussel moved to Wisconsin Dells 12 years ago to help run a local campground, the area was busy during summer, but a rather sleepy place the rest of the year.It’s a different story today, thanks in part to an ongoing... Read more »

Allegany State Park: A Charming Recreational Gem in New York State

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by A.M. Murphy
September 30, 2013

  Nestled in the enchanting mountains of far western New York, Allegany State Park is a secret treasure for RVers. After a summer of continuous work, my husband and I arrived at Allegany anticipating a nice park with some hiking trails, tall trees and a pleasant, if fairly routine, state park camping... Read more »

Atlanta Camping World/GoodSam Rally, October 17-20, 2013

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by Roger Fenton
September 24, 2013

  Billed as The Greatest RV Rally in the World, the Atlanta Camping World/Good Sam Rally will take place at the Atlanta Motor Speedway, in Hampton, Ga., just 30 miles south of Atlanta proper. • Rally Admission with RV Parking-2 adults dry camping $199. • Rally Admission with RV Parking-2 adults,... Read more »

South Padre Wild

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By Bobbie Hasselbring
September 4, 2013

  Animal 
Encounters Abound 
On This Lively South Texas 
Island   Our first glimpse of South Padre Island’s high-rise skyline and the super-modern Queen Isabella Causeway linking the South Texas mainland and this stretch of white sand makes my heart sink. We’ve driven our motorhome to... Read more »

Anna Maria Island: The Old Florida Feel

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e. don smith
September 3, 2013

  A trip to Florida can mean different things to different people, and though you may put most Florida vacations into one category, nothing could be further from the truth. While the Sunshine State is best known for its beaches, a visit to Anna Maria Island made me realize this barrier retreat is... Read more »

Rincon Country Plays to Interests of RVers

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by Jeff Crider
August 6, 2013

Domingo Alfaro and his wife, Marie, have spent at least 15 winters at Rincon Country East RV Resort in Tucson, Ariz. And while there are many parks that pride themselves on clean, inviting facilities, it was Rincon Country’s wood shop that drew Alfaro to the 460-site resort. Here he not only found... Read more »

RV Adventures with Explorers 
and Inventors on Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Island

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by Christine Goodier
August 6, 2013

RV trips often provide us the opportunity to learn about people and places we vaguely remember from school days long past. While traveling the coast of Cape Breton Island for a week, my husband, Bob, and I found ourselves following in the footsteps of explorers drawn to these shores for five centuries.Mid-summer... Read more »

Scuffing and Scoffing through Newfoundland

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Christine Goodier
July 15, 2013

“Are these towns really 500 miles apart?” I asked my husband, Bob, as I opened a map of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada’s easternmost province. He was preparing our Class B Sprinter motorhome for a long summer drive while I worked on our itinerary. We had allotted three weeks and would need every... Read more »

Oceanside Exploration 
Up the Oregon Coast

Haystack Rock rises 235 feet from the waters at Cannon Beach. Harris Beach State Park boasts sandy beaches mixed with rocky outcroppings.

David Barber
July 3, 2013

I thought three days would be plenty of time to leisurely cruise the Oregon coast from Brookings, near the California border, to Astoria, west of Portland. It’s only 340 miles, but scenic and attraction-laden the entire distance. Mile for mile, Highway 101, also known as the Oregon Coast Highway,... Read more »

A Day In Louisville: Bourbon, Steam Boating and Slugging

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Nicholas Upton
June 18, 2013

Louisville, Ky., is a classic slice of Americana, from the Louisville Slugger Museum to the paddle boats splashing up and down the Ohio River — and don’t forget the bourbon!  The Kentucky river town has become a major tourist hotspot, ranking highly among many “must visit” lists. ... Read more »

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