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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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Hit the Water in the Wisconsin Dells

Every summer, tourists flock to the region of the Badger State where the Wisconsin River runs through a glacially-carved sandstone gorge. The Wisconsin Dells has gained popularity through its stunning natural wonders coupled with the many man-made tourist attractions that have arisen over the past decades. Planning a visit? Stay at Mt. Olympus Camp Resort. Among the…
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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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Hit the Water in the Wisconsin Dells

Every summer, tourists flock to the region of the Badger State where the Wisconsin River runs through a glacially-carved sandstone gorge. The Wisconsin Dells has gained popularity through its stunning natural wonders coupled with the many man-made tourist attractions that have arisen over the past decades. Planning a visit? Stay at Mt. Olympus Camp Resort. Among the…
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Richmond, Indiana, Celebrates Quaker Heritage

Centrally located east of Indianapolis on the Indiana-Ohio state line, Richmond was settled in 1806 by North Carolina Quakers and is one of the older cities in Indiana. Planning a visit? Stay at Grandpa’s Farm RV Park. Quakers (called Friends) were drawn to the Northwest Territory by its cheap, fertile land and its prohibition on…
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