Category: Fun In and On the Water

Great ideas for fun in and on the water for a weekend getaway or a camping trip. Whether it be the Pacific, Atlantic, or Gulf we cover your ocean activities.  Head down a mighty river in a kayak or SUP or enjoy a day on the lake.

A red sailboat follows a course parallel to a sandy beach.

6 Ways to Take a Break on the Cape in Massachusetts

Cape Cod lives up to its reputation as a postcard-worthy New England excursion. Jutting out into the Atlantic like a flexing arm, this 339-square-mile Massachusetts playground is home to pristine sandy beaches, rugged natural landscapes and charming seafaring villages. This is where a quiet stroll can lead past Gilded Age mansions, expansive dunes and sun-dappled
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Pork and sausage sizzling on a barbecue grill.

May Regional Travel — Sample BBQ Cuisine in the South Appalachian States

May has the biggest barbecue event of the year: Memorial Day, when chefs fire up the grills and cook up tasty cuisine at campgrounds across the U.S. Backyard chefs will argue over which state has the best barbecue, but we don’t have time to engage in a debate. Instead, let us recommend two gorgeous states
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Bow of a kayak as it cuts through a pond or lake.

The Beginner’s Guide to Kayak Fishing: From Sneaky Paddling to Careful Casting

Six years ago I bought my first kayak after fishing for two decades. Why? To be honest, I bought it because I got bored.  There are many reasons why people consider kayak fishing, but it’s important to understand that there’s a lot to learn and many adjustments to make when switching from boat or bank
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Woman relaxing by beautiful waterfall.

Make a Sweet Escape to the Mountains of Asheville, North Carolina

Spend your spring or summer at the doorstep of both the Great Smoky Mountains and Blue Ridge Mountains. You can’t do much better than Asheville, North Carolina. Known for its laid-back vibe, artistic locals and breathtaking natural beauty, Asheville has quickly become a haven for those looking to blend outdoors adventures with easygoing city life.
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