Category: Historic Places & Landmarks

Tucson’s Only Downtown RV Park Welcomes You!

Welcome to Tucson’s newest RV park! At Sentinel Peak RV Park, you and your family can experience the best Tucson, Arizona, has to offer. More than 300 restaurants, shops and attractions are within three minutes of the park, providing you unmatched access to arts, culture and entertainment for your stay. Explore Tucson via light rail right from our park
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South Dakota Showtime at Mitchell Corn Palace

The world’s only Corn Palace is located in Mitchell, South Dakota.  The building was first constructed in 1892 when the town was only twelve years old. The Palace has been a tourist attraction ever since. Originally, it was erected in an attempt to attract enough attention to the city to make Mitchell become the state’s capital.
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Travel Back in Time in Montana’s Pictograph Cave State Park

View the dwellings of prehistoric hunters and gatherers from 9,000 years ago at Pictograph Cave State Park, a short drive from Billings, Montana.  This site has yielded more than 30,000 artifacts that show how these prehistoric people hunted and lived eons before European colonization of the United States. The site provides a glimpse into the far-flung trade routes and customs of
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California Ghost Towns Are Rich in Spirit

California ghost towns beckon to spirit seekers. In the 1880s, towns sprang up in the Wild West like weeds in a Spring vegetable garden, most of them rising in the wake of the discovery of gold and silver in the beds of seasonal Western streams. The towns lasted as long as miners could extract the minerals,
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