Category: Roads & Routes

Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites – Something for Everyone Throughout the Year

Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites have something for every type of traveler throughout the year.  With a wide range of outdoor activities and affordable lodging for vacations and quick getaways, there is fun to be found no matter the season. There are amazing scenic locations from the mountains to the coast and natural amenities
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Monument Valley has Made an Appearance in a Variety of Hollywood Classics

Big and memorable cinematic productions have frequently graced the Navajo National – particularly Monument Valley, which, thanks to director John Ford, became the familiar backdrop for the American western genre.  Yet Monument Valley isn’t only for dusty cowboy movies – it’s also appeared in science-fiction flicks, contemporary action movies, and even comedies.  Here are 12
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Washington’s Cascade Loop: 440 ‘Must-see’ Miles

Cascade Loop RV adventures — 440 miles of stellar views in Washington. Known as “Washington’s Ultimate Road Trip,” the Cascade Loop leads travelers through nine “must-see” regions in the northwest corner of the Evergreen State. Diverse attractions include natural beauty, camping and hiking, photographic opportunities, unique regional heritage and friendly rural communities found all along
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Mt. Baker Soars in Washington

Take a trip up a dramatic mountain — in your vehicle

Mt. Baker soars in Washington. Mountains have a mystical draw, and few can deny the urge to reach their summit. For those disinclined to physically climb one, there is a solution in northwest Washington State: take the drive to Mt. Baker’s Artist Point. Open only from July until the first significant snowfall occurs, usually in
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