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Carlisle, PA: Historic Town, Contemporary Appeal

Carlisle has called itself “America’s Most Historic Town” with ties to George Washington (he made the Carlisle Barracks the Continental Army’s arsenal), Molly Pitcher (the Revolutionary War heroine lived and is buried here), the Civil War (the town was shelled during the Battle of Gettysburg) and Jim Thorpe (America’s greatest athlete graduated from the Carlisle…
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Take the Plunge in Indiana’s Cedar Lake

Located just 45 minutes southeast of Chicago, Cedar Lake has long been known as a popular resort destination. Encompassing almost 800 acres, Cedar Lake the largest natural lake in Northwest Indiana. Numerous parks on the lakeshore offer picnic and viewing areas, public access, a boat launch, beaches and a fishing pier. Boating and fishing are popular summer…
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Carlisle, PA: Historic Town, Contemporary Appeal

Carlisle has called itself “America’s Most Historic Town” with ties to George Washington (he made the Carlisle Barracks the Continental Army’s arsenal), Molly Pitcher (the Revolutionary War heroine lived and is buried here), the Civil War (the town was shelled during the Battle of Gettysburg) and Jim Thorpe (America’s greatest athlete graduated from the Carlisle…
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Take the Plunge in Indiana’s Cedar Lake

Located just 45 minutes southeast of Chicago, Cedar Lake has long been known as a popular resort destination. Encompassing almost 800 acres, Cedar Lake the largest natural lake in Northwest Indiana. Numerous parks on the lakeshore offer picnic and viewing areas, public access, a boat launch, beaches and a fishing pier. Boating and fishing are popular summer…
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Recharge at Remington, Indiana

  Mid-way between Chicago and Indianapolis, Remington is a quaint small town just two miles west of I-65. Planning a visit? Stay at Caboose Lake Campground. Founded in 1860, Remington was a small farming community known as Carpenter Station or Carpenter, after Carpenter’s Creek. The name was later changed to Remington, perhaps the name of a local…
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