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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.
Camping is all about adventure and discovering new things, but when it comes to food, campers tend to stick to the basics. Give your taste buds something new to enjoy with these ideas that will take your next camping trip to a new culinary level.
Camping is a great vacation option for families because it gives you a chance to spend real quality time together. But as with all family vacations, camping requires some planning and preparation to ensure you get the most out of your trip.
America is teeming with spots that pay homage to our most famous and beloved authors making a lit lover’s road trip fairly simple to plan. When you’re mapping out your scholarly journey, take a note from Thoreau and remember that the great outdoors stimulates literary inspiration.
If you’re looking to get off the beaten “historical” path, we’ve listed some great histrocial spots with fantastic campgrounds just a short distance away. Brush up on some history by day and enjoy the campgrounds by night. Also makes an excellent “How I spent my summer” essay.
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The Southern United States is truly one of the most incredible parts of the country. The coastal states of Louisiana and Mississippi are known for their delicious seafood cuisine and rich musical history.
Some weekends, we crave the comforts of home in a park model or RV. On others though, campers are looking for that “pure” camping experience – tents, roasting marshmallows on actual sticks and getting back to nature.
As spring heats up, more and more festivals start dotting our calendars. We’ve highlighted some unique fests that have great camping options within a short drive to make your spring festival season the best yet.
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