Category: State & National Parks

Have a Tropical Island Blast on Florida’s Bahia Honda

Make a splash! Paddle, bike or relax in a laid-back paradise

Bahia Honda: Paddle, bike or relax on a laid-back island. Escape Florida’s mainland to a world of creamy sands, sparkling ocean waters and swaying palm trees. Forget civilization and embrace a slower pace of life in Bahia Honda. Sitting on Mile Marker 37 on the 100-mile Overseas Highway, this 500-plus-acre key contains ample recreational possibilities.
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A Dad Outside: A Camping Legacy for Our Children

A SoCal Boy and His Adventures Growing up as a Southern California boy, camping was a huge part of my childhood. Almost every single Spring break, Fourth of July, Memorial Day, and of course summer break memory that I have involves being in the mountains, the beach, lake, river, woods, or even the snow (yep, it actually
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Winnebago RV Winter Survival Guide

When we transitioned from tent camping to living in the RV, one of the most noteworthy and gratifying differences occurred when the mercury dropped below the freezing mark. After a long day skiing or ice climbing in arctic conditions, we would head back to our beloved Winnie the View, hang up our soggy layers and
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5 Tips for Enjoying America’s National Parks by RV

Honor NPS rivers and trails during a special centennial

Tips for fantastic national park RV trips. Ready to hit the trail? Or do you prefer paddling on a river? Well, you’ve chosen the right time to do either of those things, because 2018 is the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service’s National Trails System and Wild & Scenic Rivers System. So pack those
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