Fun Easter Travel Destinations

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Ah, springtime. For many, it’s the beginning of the RV travel season. It’s also the season when kids are out of school for spring vacation. This usually happens over the Easter holiday. If you’re looking for somewhere to travel over the holiday, we have a few ideas for you. Here are some fun things to do with the family. Chocolate World in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Don’t let the sweet …

Have You Attended an RV Rally?

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If not, it’s something you may want to think about doing in 2015. An RV rally is a gathering of RV users who have something in common, usually a club or organization membership (the two largest are Good Sam and the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA)) or something else, like owners of a certain brand of recreational vehicle. A rally is a great way to meet other RV …

Celebrate the New Year

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If you’re planning to bring in 2015 while traveling in your RV, you’re sure to have a great time. You can choose from the familiar and fun or look for something new and different. That’s the beauty of an RV—you have lots of options! For something exciting, you might want to try visiting one of these popular places: Las Vegas, Nevada. New Year’s Eve is an exciting, interesting—okay, …

Halloween Fun in an RV

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October 31, otherwise known as Halloween, is the spookiest day of the year and it’s just around the corner! If you’re planning to be in your recreational vehicle on that day, you may be wondering just what you can to do make Halloween fun. Wonder no more. There are lots of things you can do. There are a number of parks that have special Halloween events throughout the …

Upcoming RV Shows

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Where can you see a number of different recreational vehicles in one place? An RV show, of course! You’ll be able to see a wide range of RVs, from motor homes, fifth wheels, travel trailers, pop-up’s, and truck campers. Most RV shows charge admission, but its minor compared to what you’d spend driving from dealer to dealer to see the same vehicles. Most RV shows are held in …

Part 2: American Revolution RV Tour – Mid Atlantic and South

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As 1776 came to a close the major battles slowly began shifting from the northeast and began moving down the Atlantic coast. Some of the major battles are cited below for planning purposes. New Jersey. The Battle of Trenton started on December 26, 1776. The surprise attack was a victory for General Washington. The Battle of Princeton followed on January 3, 1777, with another U.S victory. The Battle …

Part 1: American Revolution RV Tour- Northeast

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Are you a history fanatic? Do you have family members who fought in the Revolutionary War? Do you love to visit historical sites? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may want to consider taking your RV on a tour of the major Revolutionary War battle sites. No matter whether you home school your children or not, this is a great way to include a …

September Festivals

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Norsk Hostfest, is billed as North America’s biggest Scandinavian Festival. This festival is attended by tens of thousands of people each year, who celebrate the Scandinavian culture, traditions, and entertainment. The festivities begin on the evening of Tuesday, September 30, 2014, with the opening ceremonies and the evening concert. Wednesday, October 1 and continuing thru Saturday, October 4, the festival revs up with full days of festival entertainment …

August Festivals

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This is a continuation of our list of fairs and festivals to attend this year. Potato Days Festival. If you enjoy small town hospitality, along with some unique fun, then Barnesville, MN, is where you want to be on Friday, August 22, and Saturday, August 23, for the annual Potato Days Festival. This festival dates back to 1938 when the citizens decided to celebrate the potato with a …

July Festivals

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Maine Lobster Festival The festival can be found at Rock land Harbor Park, Rock land, ME, beginning July 31 and running through August 4, 2014. This festival is a four hour drive from Boston, MA, and a short two hour drive from Portland, ME. If you love lobster this is a must-do! In addition to the 20,000 pounds of lobster that is served, there are other seafood favorites, …