Category: Nature & Wildlife

Camping in Atlanta’s Backyard — At Stone Mountain Park

Stone Mountain Park sits as an urban oasis just minutes away from downtown Atlanta. The park is home to the largest piece of exposed granite in the world, featuring 3,200 acres of activities for every member of the family. Georgia’s most visited destination includes more than a dozen attractions, historical and natural sights, two Marriott
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Life on the Edge: Welcome to the Outer Banks

The Outer Banks, aka OBX, is a 130-mile stretch of barrier islands just off the coast of North Carolina. It’s made up of quaint towns and sleepy fishing villages, each wonderfully weather-worn to a varying degree. Even spanning hundreds of years and despite millions of visitors, each town retains its own individual character. OBX has
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Palm Coast and Flagler Beaches — Escape to Florida’s Atlantic Coast

Add beautiful Palm Coast and Flagler Beaches to your next Florida RV trip. Located three miles off I-95 and just north of Daytona Beach, Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches captures the hearts of those looking to get away from it all. The charming seaside village of Flagler Beach is free of the typical influx
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Okeechobee Invites You to Come Outside and Play!

Okeechobee is located at the northern tip of the second largest freshwater lake in the continental United States Lake Okeechobee.  This spectacular lake is the largest freshwater lake in Florida and it never disappoints.  Lake Okeechobee produces trophy bass and speckled perch like no other!  Lake Okeechobee often is the host of several fishing tournaments
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