Category: Campgrounds

Four Reasons Camping Makes You a Better Person

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Camping has been a part of being American ever since we became a country. After World War II, many families moved into the suburbs, and communities and developments started to spread out, making a great deal of the countryside immediately available.

Camping used to simply be the way of life. Traveling somewhere often meant taking several days to do so. Many people who were traveling a great distance for one reason or another would make camp early and enjoy the outside world.

Many people still, to this day, love the idea of visiting campsites all throughout the country. In 2014, $1.5 billion was spent on camping equipment. A large proportion of that money was spent on backpacks and sleeping bags. Camping remains a very important part of American culture, and if you have ever considered goin

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What To Do In Marion County, Florida

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The weather is finally warm again, and that means its time to get out the the house and to start enjoying all of the great wonders in the world. And when you think “family vacation” you might think Orlando, but there are other places you can visit. One of those places, Marion County. That’s right, there are tones of things to do in Marion County and here’s a list of 10 to convince you.

  1. Museums
    First, if you want to feel all artsy and intellectual, you can go to an museum. There are plenty of museums to visit in Marion County. You can visit the Silver River Museum, the Appleton Museum of Art, or the Don Garlits Museum of Drag Racing. All of these museums are great choices to visit.
  2. Bike Rides
    If museums aren’t your think and you want to get physical, maybe conside

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Choosing The Ideal Campground for Your Perfect Getaway

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Choosing the perfect spot for a memorable vacation can be a challenge all on it’s own. The spot where you lay your RV or tent can make the difference between and relaxing and fun-filled trip and a disaster you wish you could forget about. There are a few things to consider when thinking about your next campground.

First and foremost, and perhaps the most obvious, is deciding where you would want to camp. 63% of adults stay within around 150 miles of their home during their camping trips. If you are comfortable going farther, the first thing to do is locate the campgrounds within that radius. The type is important too. If you have an RV, you need to look for an RV campground. If you’re looking

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