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Love seeing stars and getting star struck? There are countless Halls of Fame that make for great road trips and family vacations. We’ve selected a few favorite halls with great campgrounds nearby. Don’t see your favorite Hall of Fame?
Get in on the excitement of reeling in the catch of the day. Deep sea fishing excursions are fun, memorable moments in family vacations. Check out these terrific campgrounds in some of the best deep sea fishing spots in the world. So grab a rod and a reel and hope for the biggest catch.
The Great Lakes region of the United States may very well be the best area of the country to visit during the summer months. The six states that comprise the Great Lakes offer something unique to visitors, from dense forests, to pristine lakes off the beaten path.
You don’t have to go too far from city centers to find one-of-a-kind hiking trails and campgrounds. Perfect for a quick getaway, these destinations let you get your fix of nature and wilderness without spending hours in the car.
Summer family vacations can be a little challenging when you have teenagers who dread being separated from their friends and their technology. No fear, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best ways to get teens excited about camping with their family, batteries not included.
Since the 1800’s, lighthouses have been guiding ships to shore and serving as stoic landmarks. While most are automated now, lighthouses are often open to the public as museums. Light up your next vacation with a visit to these historic lighthouses and nearby RV parks and campgrounds.
With summer in high-gear, the opportunity to get out and enjoy the outdoors with a cold craft beer is upon us. We’ve highlighted five different breweries and campgrounds that are worth exploring one sip at a time.
School’s out and everyone is heading to the beach this summer, but that doesn’t mean you have to forgo the family camping trip. Campgrounds across the country have terrific beaches where you can catch some rays and play in the sand - and these campgrounds are not only found along the coasts.
The American plains, often referred to as the “great plains,” are often overlooked as a travel destination. Characterized by the flat terrain and farmlands, the plains lack the visual appeal that some of the southern and coastal states possess.