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Baraga: A Rustic Michigan Getaway

Father Frederic Baraga established five Catholic missions on the shores of Lake Superior in the 1830s and 1840s before “The Snowshoe Priest” became the first bishop of the Upper Peninsula. His 35-foot likeness in copper overlooks Keweenaw Bay between the site of his last mission in L’Anse and the neighboring town that bears his name.…
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Superlative Stays—Albany, New York

Find 10/10*/10 RV Parks in and Around Albany

Although New York City garners all of the attention, the Empire State’s capital, Albany, boasts compelling treasures in its own right. Scroll to the bottom to see our list of 10/10*/10 RV Parks near Albany. Located at the head of navigation on the Hudson River, Albany grew so fast after the completion of the Erie Canal…
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Baraga: A Rustic Michigan Getaway

Father Frederic Baraga established five Catholic missions on the shores of Lake Superior in the 1830s and 1840s before “The Snowshoe Priest” became the first bishop of the Upper Peninsula. His 35-foot likeness in copper overlooks Keweenaw Bay between the site of his last mission in L’Anse and the neighboring town that bears his name.…
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Superlative Stays—Albany, New York

Find 10/10*/10 RV Parks in and Around Albany

Although New York City garners all of the attention, the Empire State’s capital, Albany, boasts compelling treasures in its own right. Scroll to the bottom to see our list of 10/10*/10 RV Parks near Albany. Located at the head of navigation on the Hudson River, Albany grew so fast after the completion of the Erie Canal…
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Celina: Popular Ohio Outdoor Paradise

Back in the 1840s, when Grand Lake was created as a reservoir for the Miami and Erie canal linking the Ohio River to Lake Erie, it was the largest artificial body of water in the world. By 1915 trains and trucks had long since made the canal obsolete, but Grand Lake was so popular with…
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