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Beat the Shutdown: 7 Alternatives to National Parks

So you’ve planned that long-awaited RV trip to Florida’s Everglades National Park, only to discover that the recent government shut down has curtailed many of the amenities that help make the visit a pleasant experience. Should you cancel your reservations to nearby RV campgrounds? The answer is no, according to some travel experts, and the
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See First Hand What 20 Million Tons of TNT Did to the Earth – Meteor Crater RV Park

Just off I-40 sits the best preserved piece of meteor history, and the perfect place to spend a night or two. Set up your lawn chairs and take in the beautiful sunsets of Northern Arizona. With views of the San Francisco Peaks, including Mt Humphreys, the highest point in Arizona, the open country will amaze
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Park Your RV and Take the Train to the Grand Canyon National Park!

Take the historic train into Grand Canyon National Park without having to worry about navigating through the busy local roadways and crowded park entrance gates and parking lots. Park your RV in the clean mountain air in Williams, just two blocks away from Route 66. More than a century after its creation, the Grand Canyon
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