Category: Nature & Wildlife

Recycled Water Results in Recreation at Santee Lakes

How this San Diego-area park blends sustainability and recreation

Nestled in the foothills of Santee, California, Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve is one of San Diego County’s hidden gems. Located approximately 20 minutes away from San Diego’s most popular attractions, you’ll find our award-winning, 190-acre park and campground — and your next destination. Santee Lakes has 300 full RV hookups, 10 deluxe cabins on the
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It’s Colorado Fall Color Season Again

The Colorado aspens are glowing atop the world’s largest flat-top mountain, the Grand Mesa. The bright yellow canopy and glistening white trunks accent multi-colored sandstone canyons, dark blue spruce forests and more than 300 lakes. Cedaredge is the gateway town to the Grand Mesa and celebrates the bounty of the Surface Creek Valley each fall
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Take the Chi-Cheemaun Ferry to Manitoulin Island, a Place where Legends were Born.

Travel In Good Spirits What if the road less traveled wasn’t a road at all. Take the Chi-Cheemaun ferry to Manitoulin Island and reconnect with untouched Canadian landscapes, gorgeous open water, rich First Nations culture and a place where legends were born. Just newly refreshed, the Chi-Cheemaun is a passenger and vehicle ferry, capable of transporting 600 people and
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Make a Rapid City Getaway in South Dakota

Mine vacation gold on a jaunt to the heart of the Black Hills

RV to Rapid City for your next getaway. The gold rush brought a large flow of settlers to Rapid City in the 1800s. Today, visitors come to this Black Hills region for different types of treasures, including monuments hewn into mountainsides, extraordinary wildlife in natural habitats and compelling artifacts of the past in state-of-the-art museums.
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