Category: Kid-Friendly Trips

So Many Events This October It’s Scary!

All month long, Tangipahoa Parish is filled with events from car shows, to cook-off contests, blues & jazz festivals, fun runs, and so much more! Whether you enjoy reminiscing the days of yesteryear or prefer more modern forms of entertainment, the Hammond/Amite, LA area is jam packed with activities to get you out of the
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Go East to the West Quoddy Head Lighthouse

Discover the easternmost part of the U.S.

West Quoddy Head Light still shines on America’s easternmost coast. Just east of Lubec, Maine, make a trip to Quoddy Head State Park to reach the most easterly point of land in the United States. Here, you’ll find a striking red-and-white striped lighthouse known as the West Quoddy Head Light standing 83 feet above sea
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Deep Fun at Raccoon Mountain Campground and Caverns

Raccoon Mountain Campground and Caverns, located just outside of Chattanooga, Tennessee, surrounds guests in adventure and comfort. The Campground Raccoon Mountain Campground offers a wide range of accommodations and amenities for you to enjoy. You will find 116 sites with a variety of options: from primitive tent sites to full-hookups with 20/30/50 amp service, free
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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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