Category: State & National Parks

Canyon Motel and RV Park Brings Route 66 History to Life

Northern Arizona park blends scenery and history

Canyon Motel and RV Park — a scenic glimpse of Northern Arizona’s past. The Canyon Motel & RV Park is a Historic Route 66 motor court that includes two 1929 caboose suites, large enough to sleep six, and a converted Pullman car that encompasses three rooms. All railway cars are comfortably equipped with bath, fridge, microwave
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Shady Acres RV Park – Hiking, Jeeps and ATVs in Canyonlands, Utah

Green River, Utah The preeminent destination for accessing world-class rafting, dinosaur fossils, ancient rock art panels, rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking and especially 4 wheeling.  Known as “Canyonlands” the area around Green River is loaded with outdoor adventure.  Many trails exist throughout the region, providing access to some of the area’s lesser known back country
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Okeechobee Invites You to Come Outside and Play!

Okeechobee is located at the northern tip of the second largest freshwater lake in the continental United States Lake Okeechobee.  This spectacular lake is the largest freshwater lake in Florida and it never disappoints.  Lake Okeechobee produces trophy bass and speckled perch like no other!  Lake Okeechobee often is the host of several fishing tournaments
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Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches – Uncrowded, Pet Friendly, Get Away From It All Destinations

Located three miles off I-95 and just north of Daytona Beach, Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches captures the hearts of those looking to get away from it all. The charming seaside village of Flagler Beach is free of the typical influx of chains and high-rises. Take in the scenery with a nineteen mile drive
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