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  • Situated only 40 minutes south of Tulsa, Okmulgee is a small town rich in history and teeming with wildlife. This article outlines various Okmulgee attractions and points of interest.

    Oklahoma Attractions: Fun Things to Do in Okmulgee

    Oklahoma Attractions: Fun Things to Do in Okmulgee

    by Eric Standridge4

  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a great family-friendly city to visit. There is no shortage of fun and educational sites that adults and children will love to visit. With a map in hand, these 10 sites will help ensure that you and your kids have a great time in Pittsburgh, PA.

    10 Fun and Educational Things to Do With Kids in Pittsburgh, PA

    10 Fun and Educational Things to Do With Kids in Pittsburgh, PA

    by Claudia Mitchell2

  • Yes, there are native Palm Trees in Oklahoma. This article describes the McCurtain palm, as well as a few other cold-hardy palm trees found in the state of Oklahoma.

    Oklahoma's Native Palm Trees

    Oklahoma's Native Palm Trees

    by Eric Standridge0

  • An overview of the ten best beaches on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Essential information if you are planning a trip to any of the towns on the Cape and are wondering what beaches you should visit.

    The Ten Best Beaches on Cape Cod

    The Ten Best Beaches on Cape Cod

    by ccphone0

  • Perhaps one of the most overlooked places to visit in Canada is Alberta. While most international travelers come to enjoy the night life of Toronto and Montreal or the beaches of B.C.'s West coast, Alberta has remained a relatively quiet province.

    The Top Ten Places to Visit in Alberta

    The Top Ten Places to Visit in Alberta

    by Jyle Dupuis44

  • Hawai'i newspapers are an important part of island life. This hub provides a comprehensive overview of newspapers in Hawai'i, their web portals, subscription costs, and how to get free access.

    Hawaiʻi Newspapers - Unique on Each Island

    Hawaiʻi Newspapers - Unique on Each Island

    by Stephanie Launiu5

  • National Parks and Monuments in the US showcase some of the most unique and stunning areas of this country. Because National Parks are often located far off the beaten path, and sometimes even in wilderness areas, visitors need to plan ahead to get the most out of their visits. These tips include information about lodging and safe exploration of National Parks. Photographs showcase some National Parks across the country.

    Travel Tips for Visiting National Parks

    Travel Tips for Visiting National Parks

    by Stephanie Henkel11

  • Journey into Nevada's Carson Valley. Far removed from the big cities of Las Vegas and Reno, this secret valley is full of rivers, green grass, trees, and wildlife. Close to Lake Tahoe and Carson City, this area is feast for the eyes.

    Minden and Gardnerville, Nevada

    Minden and Gardnerville, Nevada

    by MD Jackson MSIOP1

  • There are many unique and stunningly beautiful places across Oklahoma, but some of these amazing sights can't be seen from the ground. Join me on a satellite tour of some of the state's strangest sights.

    Google Me This: Strange Satellite Views of Oklahoma

    Google Me This: Strange Satellite Views of Oklahoma

    by Eric Standridge5

  • Among the exciting activities and events in New York City are a few that stand out as the coolest of the cool. Here are the best things to do in NYC for comic-lovers, history buffs, movie addicts, theater-lovers and the generally cool!

    10 Cool Things to Do in NYC

    10 Cool Things to Do in NYC

    by Rosheda Stephenson0

  • Avoid the Ripley's Aquarium in Myrtle Beach when it is crowded, as the price of admission is high and the aquarium is quite small. The time spent waiting in line was easily double the time spent actually viewing the attractions. A review of the aquarium in Myrtle Beach, with our personal experiences during Spring Break with large crowds.

    A Review of Ripley's Aquarium in Myrtle Beach

    A Review of Ripley's Aquarium in Myrtle Beach

    by Leah Lefler10

  • A traveler could spend an entire year in Pennsylvania and not see the end of it. The Keystone State is full of history, culture, diversity, arts, music, festivals, landscapes, mountains, visitor attractions and hidden treasures. Here are some of the must unusual.

    Ten Most Unusual Places to Visit in Pennsylvania

    Ten Most Unusual Places to Visit in Pennsylvania

    by Patty Inglish MS26

  • The Caribbean carries its own tales of hauntings. It's not just fun in the sun. So before your vacation begins in the beautiful Caribbean islands read about duppy and other hauntings that are found in the beautiful Caribbean islands like Jamaica, Guyana, Barbados and more.

    Is There a Haunted Caribbean?

    Is There a Haunted Caribbean?

    by Cynthia B Turner6

  • A guide to help you make the most of a vacation to St. Augustine, Florida. The city of St. Augustine, FL is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the United States. Situated on the Atlantic coast of Florida south of Jacksonville, St. Augustine offers the perfect place to relax, as well as learn some early American history.

    A Guide to Vacationing in St. Augustine, Florida

    A Guide to Vacationing in St. Augustine, Florida

    by Rhosynwen11

  • Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs has beautiful sandstone rocks with an incredible history of formation and erosion. I frequented this park often when I was young and its beauty enraptured me. Read more to find out why.

    Garden of the Gods Park in Colorado Springs, Colorado

    Garden of the Gods Park in Colorado Springs, Colorado

    by Cynthia Calhoun44

  • If you want to RV to one of the most beautiful and interesting areas of the United States, you must take this vacation up the Pacific Coast Highway. It's an 1,100-mile dream trip that you will never forget.

    7 of the Best Destinations on the Pacific Coast Hwy

    7 of the Best Destinations on the Pacific Coast Hwy

    by Sondra Rochelle4

  • Fans of Americana are enjoying a new craze sweeping across rural America—barn quilts. Learn how organizations have increased tourism in small towns across America by showcasing barn quilts.

    Barn Quilts in Rural America

    Barn Quilts in Rural America

    by Thelma Raker Coffone20

  • Discover 100 things to do in Orlando, Florida, including theme parks, resorts, shopping, museums, sports, nightlife, Central Florida beaches, natural parks and what to do when it rains.

    100 Things to Do in Orlando, Florida

    100 Things to Do in Orlando, Florida

    by Carly Sullens40

  • Downtown Vancouver in British Columbia is a wonderful place to explore with a camera. Spring is especially attractive as cherry blossoms and other flowers bloom. The flowers, the architecture, and the special events traditionally held in spring are very enjoyable to photograph.

    Downtown Vancouver in Spring: Facts, Sightseeing, and Photos

    Downtown Vancouver in Spring: Facts, Sightseeing, and Photos

    by Linda Crampton64

  • Seeing these life-sized statues of passengers and overhearing their conversations as they would have taken place years ago is like stepping back in time. This and more can be enjoyed at the Galveston Railroad Museum.

    Galveston Railroad Museum: A Fascinating Look Back in Time

    Galveston Railroad Museum: A Fascinating Look Back in Time

    by Peggy Woods32

  • The Great Falls of the Passaic River in northern New Jersey, with the surrounding historic mill area in the City of Paterson, has been designated as America’s 45th National Historical Park, the 397th unit of the National Park System. A spectacular natural wonder, the Great Falls also played a key role in American history as the centerpiece of the first planned industrial center in the U.S.

    Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park: Natural Beauty and Urban History in New Jersey

    Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park: Natural Beauty and Urban History in New Jersey

    by Brian Lokker24

  • Find a mixture of nature and history at a place that took ages to build. Just ten miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway, Natural Bridge State Park promises each visitor an amazing journey.

    On the Road in America: Natural Bridge, Virginia

    On the Road in America: Natural Bridge, Virginia

    by Sherri Tuck2

  • If you are planning a visit to Washington, D.C., then one of the most important stops is a visit to the U.S. Capitol—one of the most important and recognizable landmarks in the world. Read on to find out some history, area information, and helpful tips so your visit is a success!

    Visiting the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.

    Visiting the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.

    by Claudia Mitchell20

  • On the Canadian side of Niagara Falls is an old barge stuck in the river just above the falls. Here is the true story of the men who were on that barge in 1918 and their incredible rescue.

    The Mysterious Barge in Niagara Falls

    The Mysterious Barge in Niagara Falls

    by Brian Gray36

  • Sea kayaking through caves and over kelp forests at this National Park off the coast of Southern California is a magnificent experience. Read on to find out more about this family-friendly activity.

    Sea Kayaking in Channel Islands National Park

    Sea Kayaking in Channel Islands National Park

    by Leah Lefler6

  • Are there fun things for teens to do in Las Vegas? Of course there are! I have loads of ideas for ways teens can have fun in Vegas!

    Things Teens Can Do in Las Vegas

    Things Teens Can Do in Las Vegas

    by KRC10

  • Don't wonder about what to do in Waco, Texas. There are museums, lots of park space, bowling alleys, sporting events, a range of restaurant types and there is lots of water - Lake Waco and the Brazos and Bosque Rivers. With all of these features, Waco has something for everyone.

    What To Do In Waco, Texas

    What To Do In Waco, Texas

    by Randy McLaughlin14

  • Traveling Michigan lighthouses—in this article, we will visit Muskegon, Grand Haven, Big Red, and South Haven lighthouse. Join me as I travel to the lighthouses in Michigan.

    Lighthouses of Southwest Michigan

    Lighthouses of Southwest Michigan

    by Susan Sears6

  • The Merrie Monarch Hula Festival begins each year on Easter Sunday and lasts all week. Tickets get sold out within days, however, so if you're interested in going to this event, be sure to reserve them ahead of time.

    10 Reasons to Love the Merrie Monarch Hula Festival

    10 Reasons to Love the Merrie Monarch Hula Festival

    by Stephanie Launiu7

  • San Juan Bautista is one of the lesser-known, but also the largest, of 21 California missions. Built in 1797 and still active today, this well-preserved church evokes a feeling of life in earlier days. The plaza and surrounding structures are part of a state park that is well worth a visit.

    Mission San Juan Bautista: A Step Back in Time

    Mission San Juan Bautista: A Step Back in Time

    by Rochelle Frank18

  • Is it safe to vacation in Jamaica? Read on to find out. This article includes crime statistics and an analysis of the causes of crime in Jamaica.

    Is It Safe to Vacation in Jamaica?

    Is It Safe to Vacation in Jamaica?

    by Justin Muir0

  • When traveling to the City by the Bay, many vacationers flock to typical tourist attractions like Alcatraz, Pier 39, and the famed Golden Gate Bridge. If you're looking for places a little less ordinary, yet still stunning and less crowded, check out these five hidden gems.

    5 Fantastic and Lesser-Known San Francisco Bay Area Destinations

    5 Fantastic and Lesser-Known San Francisco Bay Area Destinations

    by Dana J Sartell0

  • Oregon is a place of both natural and cultural beauty. Having lived there for several years, I experienced many of the best places in Oregon. I have chosen to share these experiences with you!

    Top 5 Places to Visit in Oregon

    Top 5 Places to Visit in Oregon

    by apStumbo4

  • San Diego is a city in southern California, near the border of Mexico about 100 miles (160 km) southeast of Los Angeles. It is a port of entry and the seat of San Diego county. It was named for San Diego (St. James) de Alcalá

    30 Interesting Facts about San Diego, California

    30 Interesting Facts about San Diego, California

    by myhope9

  • Tour vineyards and taste award-winning Napa Valley wines at one or all of these top-notch wineries! Enjoy picturesque landscapes, educational tours, beautiful architecture, modern art, and world-class wines!

    7 of the Best Napa Valley Wineries to Tour

    7 of the Best Napa Valley Wineries to Tour

    by Marcelle Bell4

  • Galveston, Texas has so much more to offer than meets the eye. History, ghosts, friendly people, and so much more!

    Why I Love Galveston, Texas

    Why I Love Galveston, Texas

    by Allisyn0

  • In search of nature in the Bay Area? Marin Headlands, Mt. Tamalpais, Samuel P. Taylor Park, Point Reyes, and Tomales Bay are all state and national parks within a two-hour drive of San Francisco.

    Hiking and Camping Near San Francisco

    Hiking and Camping Near San Francisco

    by Sherry Hewins4

  • Discovering beautiful places in California compels sheer gratitude for living in such a fertile, lush and majestic State. Some of these places I have listed are jaw-dropping and must-see adventures. If you can stay a couple of days, more the better. Each location has so much to see.

    Beautiful Places in California

    Beautiful Places in California

    by Kenna McHugh0

  • Travel agents and guide books alike will tell you of the beauty of Hawaii: the year-round neon greenery, the healing Pacific Ocean, the buttery tropical breezes, and the excess of exotic fruit. All good and fine, but take it from me, what you need...

    How to Survive a Vacation in Hawaii

    How to Survive a Vacation in Hawaii

    by Rose West52

  • The next time you're on the island of Oahu, or even if you have lived there for years, why not include a visit to one of the many botanical gardens around the island?

    5 Unique Botanical Gardens on Oahu

    5 Unique Botanical Gardens on Oahu

    by Kappygirl2

  • Plan now for your singles or family tours of Autumn Wonder. Many state and national parks are free access and one autumn train ride for leaf-peeping in New Hampshire may be exactly what you want. Even California offers deciduous forests that change color dramatically in parks that the public saved from closure with their donations and volunteer efforts.

    The Best Autumn Leaves and Fall Foliage Tours In America

    The Best Autumn Leaves and Fall Foliage Tours In America

    by Patty Inglish MS52

  • One can assend this "Purple Mountain Majesty" in a number of ways, from mountain climbing, cog railway and bus tours to auto racing. The views from the lofty top of Pikes Peak are worth it no matter how one gets there!

    Colorado Springs: Pikes Peak Mountain Sightseeing Bus Tour

    Colorado Springs: Pikes Peak Mountain Sightseeing Bus Tour

    by Peggy Woods37

  • This is a must read before you visit Crazy Mountain Ranch, The Marlboro Ranch in Montana. This will be a trip of a lifetime. Going in the winter of 2014 was fantastic! Prepare yourself to be amazed!

    Crazy Mountain Ranch (The Marlboro Ranch) in Montana

    Crazy Mountain Ranch (The Marlboro Ranch) in Montana

    by Miss Monae147

  • To celebrate my three year anniversary as an expat in Costa Rica, I wanted to share with everyone my list of 10 things I love most about living in Costa Rica. Here is my list in no particular order.

    10 Things I Love About Living in Costa Rica

    10 Things I Love About Living in Costa Rica

    by Tiffany Redman19

  • Charleston, South Carolina is one of those cities where you need at least a few days to sample what this gem has to offer. Enjoy these things to do in Charleston, SC

    Things to do in Charleston, SC

    Things to do in Charleston, SC

    by Richard Bivins19

  • If you’ve been planning a trip to the Florida Keys, you’ve probably seen a lot of promotional material put out by the various tourist industries. You may be excited about catching amazing fish or scuba diving or snorkeling to see lots of...

    Creepy Creatures of the Florida Keys

    Creepy Creatures of the Florida Keys

    by Katherine Lynn9

  • The "Houston" sculpture created by Mac Whitney is located in Stude Park near Studemont in Houston, TX. Installed along the White Oak Bayou, there are hiking and biking trails that extend for 7.4 miles. A community center in the park offers many amenities in addition to other art found there.

    “Houston” Sculpture by Mac Whitney Located in Houston, Texas

    “Houston” Sculpture by Mac Whitney Located in Houston, Texas

    by Peggy Woods32

  • Looking for rooftop bars and lounges in Manhattan with amazing views of NYC? Then look no further! This article reviews twelve of the best bars and lounges in New York.

    12 Best Rooftop Bars & Lounges in NYC

    12 Best Rooftop Bars & Lounges in NYC

    by Anna23

  • Is it possible to have a jungle, a rainforest, and an ocean, all in the desert? Yes, and all under glass. Take a virtual tour here and find information to help you plan your own visit.

    A Tour of Biosphere 2 in Oracle, Arizona

    A Tour of Biosphere 2 in Oracle, Arizona

    by Deb Kingsbury21

  • Dallas is the second-largest city in Texas. Situated on the Trinity River on the rolling prairie of the state's north central plain, it is approximately 225 miles (360 km) northwest of Houston

    21 Interesting Facts About Dallas

    21 Interesting Facts About Dallas

    by myhope10

  • You may have heard a lot about West Virginia—the stunning mountains and forests, the wonderful hiking trails, the fresh, crisp air—but there are some places in West Virginia that are truly creepy.

    The 10 Most Obscure Places in West Virginia

    The 10 Most Obscure Places in West Virginia

    by Ashley Louk4

  • Whether it is history that interests you, leisure and tourist attractions, places to eat and drink, or just hanging out on the beach, St Augustine has something for you.

    Top 20 Things to Do in St Augustine, Florida

    Top 20 Things to Do in St Augustine, Florida

    by Paul Goodman2

  • St. Michaels, on Maryland's Eastern Shore, is a quaint town on Rt 322 just off Route 50. The water oriented town offers cute shops, great biking, and walking, as well as historical MD architecture.

    Visit St. Michaels on Maryland's Eastern Shore

    Visit St. Michaels on Maryland's Eastern Shore

    by Dolores Monet0

  • Traveling through the Yucatan, one of the main attractions is the great pyramid at Chichen Itza. During the equinoxes, the shadow of the serpent Kukulcan is seen descending its stairs.

    Solstice Time at Chichen Itza

    Solstice Time at Chichen Itza

    by Emese Fromm17

  • This beautiful island, located just off the coast of Rhode Island, is a great destination for those who love the beach and the great outdoors.

    Visiting Block Island, Rhode Island

    Visiting Block Island, Rhode Island

    by Bill De Giulio2

  • Abandoned Pennsylvania resorts of the '70s and '80s: Buck Hill Inn, Unity House, Pocono Gardens. Period love-nest decor like heart-shaped tubs, mirrored and carpeted walls, and shag rugs.

    Abandoned Honeymoon Resorts of the Pocono Mountains

    Abandoned Honeymoon Resorts of the Pocono Mountains

    by Wendy Holler54

  • Thanksgiving is one of the most fun and festive days to experience in New York City, and with some planning, it will be one of your most memorable holidays for years to come.

    Tips for Spending Thanksgiving in New York City

    Tips for Spending Thanksgiving in New York City

    by TR Threston1

  • A guide to visiting Charleston, SC . The city of Charleston is a lovely place to take a vacation. If you have never had the chance to see Charleston, you should plan to visit there the next time you have a chance to take a vacation. It is well worth the trip!

    A Guide to Enjoying a Trip to Charleston, South Carolina

    A Guide to Enjoying a Trip to Charleston, South Carolina

    by Rhosynwen8

  • This article will help you find the best place to snorkel, surf, play volleyball or build a sand castle on your vacation in Hawaii as well as help you get there with maps. Enjoy your vacation to one of the most beautiful places on Earth.

    Best Beaches on the Big Island of Hawaii

    Best Beaches on the Big Island of Hawaii

    by Brittany Kennedy16

  • It all started here! If you are visiting the Outer Banks of North Carolina make it a priority to visit the Wright Brothers National Memorial. This site is an amazing piece of American history.

    Visiting the Wright Brothers National Memorial

    Visiting the Wright Brothers National Memorial

    by Bill De Giulio18

  • From the early 1920's until 1939, Tulsa was booming with life and money. Throughout downtown Tulsa, Art Deco buildings were springing up almost overnight. You can still visit many of them today. Read on to find out where!

    Tulsa's Art Deco History and Locations to Visit

    Tulsa's Art Deco History and Locations to Visit

    by Eric Standridge2

  • There's so much to do in Lancaster County, PA! Here you can read about local markets, horse-and-buggy rides, Amish buffets, and more; and take a little picture tour of my most recent visit to Amish country.

    Visiting Lancaster County, PA - Amish Country

    Visiting Lancaster County, PA - Amish Country

    by Rachel Koski8

  • Thinking about moving to Florida? Here are four reasons living in Florida is wonderful. The Sunshine state is a wonderful blend of fun, sun, friends and family and you are sure to love it.

    Why You Should Move to Florida

    Why You Should Move to Florida

    by Caitlin Pyle15

  • It's hard to figure out what to do on a rainy day. I have provided a list for St. Louisian's and visitors alike. I hope this list will give you some ideas of things to do in St. Louis on a rainy day.

    Things To Do In St. Louis On A Rainy Day

    Things To Do In St. Louis On A Rainy Day

    by Kimberly Vaughn8

  • Explore Dry Tortugas, one of the most remote and least visited parks in the U.S. National Park system. Learn the park's fascinating history, find out how to get there, and start planning your trip today.

    Discovering Dry Tortugas National Park

    Discovering Dry Tortugas National Park

    by Deborah Neyens13

  • There are plenty of fun and exciting things to do in downtown Dallas. After all, the DFW metroplex is the fourth largest metropolitan area in the United States. Whatever it is that you are into, whether it be shopping, history, nature, or the nightlife--Dallas has something for everyone. Downtown Dallas is packed full of interesting things to do and see.

    Fun Things to See and Do in Downtown Dallas, Texas

    Fun Things to See and Do in Downtown Dallas, Texas

    by crissytsu1

  • No visit to San Antonio, Texas is complete without a tour of the Alamo, site of the most important battle for the Republic of Texas. It was once a mission and is now a shrine. "Remember the Alamo"!

    Things to Do in San Antonio, Texas: Visit the Alamo

    Things to Do in San Antonio, Texas: Visit the Alamo

    by Stephanie Hicks29

  • Ever been in a strange town while traveling and wondered where you could find a short hike just right for stretching one's legs and possibly also close to a picnic spot or a place to buy food? If you ever come to North San Luis Obispo County, I have such a walk for you along a river in Paso Robles, around a lake in Atascadero, and in the woods beside a vineyard in Templeton. All are close to the 101 Freeway through the North County. Enjoy.

    Great Short Hikes in North San Luis Obispo County: Paso Robles, Templeton, and Atascadero

    Great Short Hikes in North San Luis Obispo County: Paso Robles, Templeton, and Atascadero

    by Barbara Radisavljevic52

  • Summer in Chicago brings a wealth of activities and events that are great for visitors, tourists, and residents alike. Try some of these great ideas for fun activities in Chicago in August.

    10 Fun Things to Do in Chicago in August

    10 Fun Things to Do in Chicago in August

    by Natalie Frank8

  • The Big Island of Hawaii has many locations where you can camp. This page tells you about the best places to camp and also what you need to bring, what amenities are there, and how to obtain permits. Whether you want to camp on a beach or close to the volcano, this article is for you.

    Camping on the Big Island of Hawaii

    Camping on the Big Island of Hawaii

    by Brittany Kennedy10

  • In 2014, my friends from Japan came to visit the island of Oahu and so during my free time on my days off from work, we got to go and do the usual tourist things that tourists do and so I got to play tourist. I really like it because sometimes being...

    My Trek Up the Koko Crater Railway Trail

    My Trek Up the Koko Crater Railway Trail

    by Michael Yoshinaka2

  • If you're looking for an outdoor adventure while visiting southeast Florida, consider visiting one of these wonderful nature and wildlife centers. They offer a great break from the beach.

    Non-Beach Activities in Delray Beach, Florida

    Non-Beach Activities in Delray Beach, Florida

    by Bill De Giulio44

  • In this well-lit cave, one gets to see beautiful formations in close-up fashion, unlike the experience one gets in much larger caves. My girlfriend and I were very happy that we stopped here and would recommend this gem of a cave to anyone. Enjoy the photos and videos!

    Caverns of Sonora in Texas: A Photographic Tour

    Caverns of Sonora in Texas: A Photographic Tour

    by Peggy Woods26

  • There is a place in Southeast Oklahoma that conjures tales of medieval knights, wholesome princesses, and glorious adventures. This is a brief history of the Captain's Castle built by J. E. Reynolds.

    A History of the Captain's Castle in Cameron, Oklahoma

    A History of the Captain's Castle in Cameron, Oklahoma

    by Eric Standridge17

  • Millions of people visit Hawaii every year, and there are hundreds of places to go on Oahu alone. Find out which places not to miss on Oahu to get the most out of your trip.

    The Top 5 Things to See and Do in Oahu, Hawaii

    The Top 5 Things to See and Do in Oahu, Hawaii

    by Joseph Davis2

  • Getting your mail is one of many things you need to plan for when traveling. This article shares easy ways for you to receive your mail no matter where you are or how long you plan to be away from home.

    How Do Travelers Get Mail?

    How Do Travelers Get Mail?

    by Marlene Bertrand12

  • If you're into antiques and collectibles, then welcome to the Brimfield Antique Show, the largest outdoor show of its kind in the world. If you can't find it here, you're just not looking hard enough.

    The Brimfield Antique and Collectibles Show

    The Brimfield Antique and Collectibles Show

    by Bill De Giulio20

  • Cape Hatteras National Seashore on the Outer Banks of North Carolina is a great place to RV. You can camp near the beach at private campgrounds or at one of the four campgrounds on the National Seashore. Read on for information and tips for camping near the beach and driving on the sand.

    RVing the Cape Hatteras National Seashore on the Outer Banks of NC

    RVing the Cape Hatteras National Seashore on the Outer Banks of NC

    by Stephanie Henkel24

  • Kahe Point Beach, called Electric Beach because of its proximity to a local power plant, is a fantastic place to snorkel in Oahu. Warm water vented from the power plant attracts marine life of all kinds, but you have to be a confident swimmer to snorkel Electric Beach. Learn how to find the water vents and congregating fish, as well as tips on how to stay safe.

    Snorkeling Kahe Point on Oahu, Hawaii

    Snorkeling Kahe Point on Oahu, Hawaii

    by Natasha11

  • Michigan's Leelanau Peninsula, affectionately known to Michiganders as "the little finger" of the "mitten," is an area of great beauty and many attractions.

    Michigan's Leelanau Peninsula

    Michigan's Leelanau Peninsula

    by dearabbysmom11

  • The big difference in this canyon and the "grand" one in Arizona besides overall size is the fact that one can drive into Palo Duro Canyon and see things close up as my mother and I did. See many photos of its beauty here in this hub.

    Palo Duro Canyon State Park,  the "Grand Canyon of Texas"

    Palo Duro Canyon State Park, the "Grand Canyon of Texas"

    by Peggy Woods45

  • Big bets, fun in the sun, and partying until daylight, Vegas is a great place to take a quick weekend trip to get away from it all and it doesn’t have to come with an uber expensive price tag.

    Viva Las Vegas - Cheap Sin City Vacation Secrets

    Viva Las Vegas - Cheap Sin City Vacation Secrets

    by UnderstatedMoment4

  • Thinking of moving to either Portland, Oregon or Austin, Texas? Can't decide which is better? Let me help! Here are seven ways that I think these two cities are similar.

    Top 7 Similarities Between Portland and Austin

    Top 7 Similarities Between Portland and Austin

    by Erin M Walker1

  • Evergreen Cemetery is the City of Muskegon's second pioneer's cemetery and features the gravesites of many of the city's founding families.

    Muskegon's Evergreen Cemetery

    Muskegon's Evergreen Cemetery

    by A Lorena0

  • Florida has three of the top 10 beaches in the country including the number one of 2008, the Caladesi beach. Top ten beaches in florida with pictures, links and description.

    Top Ten Best Beaches in Florida for Families

    Top Ten Best Beaches in Florida for Families

    by seanraj9

  • Oval Beach in Saugatuck, Michigan has always been a pearl among dune coastline tourist spots. Secluded from noisy development, it remains pristine thanks to well-established preservation societies.

    Much About Oval Beach; and My Fun Summer Job

    Much About Oval Beach; and My Fun Summer Job

    by Kathi48

  • I gold panned for free on the South Fork American River in Coloma, and got to see the area where 49ers did their California gold digging. This is also where John Sutter’s partner, James Marshall, found gold at the sawmill.

    Where to Gold Pan for Free in Coloma, CA

    Where to Gold Pan for Free in Coloma, CA

    by John R Wilsdon10

  • Planning a visit to Seattle and the great Pacific Northwest? Check out all you need to know to make your visit to the Space Needle a memorable one. This iconic symbol of Seattle is a must visit.

    Visiting Seattle's Space Needle

    Visiting Seattle's Space Needle

    by Bill De Giulio6

  • After spending many summers in the Great Smoky Mountains and its gateway cities—Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg—I've visited lots of fun attractions in the area, but these six activities are my all-time favorites.

    6 Fun Things to Do in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg

    6 Fun Things to Do in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg

    by Kim Bryan1

  • Nashville is a popular city not only for their history but also for their music and entertainment venues. If you haven't considered a visit to Music City before, I hope that you consider it now...

    Celebrate Your Birthday the Nashville Way

    Celebrate Your Birthday the Nashville Way

    by Linda Bilyeu12

  • A historic gem tucked in a deep mountain valley at the edge of the Pocono region affords Jim Thorpe, PA easy access from all points of the compass.

    Historic Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania

    Historic Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania

    by Throgmorton3

  • Burning Man is held once a year in the middle of the Nevada desert in a city that vanishes back into the dust at the festival's close. It's like Brigadoon, only with art, music, and way more fun.

    What's It Like to Go to Burning Man?

    What's It Like to Go to Burning Man?

    by Alisha Vargas1

  • Arizona contains a rich diversity of desert landscapes, a few of which I have visited. Take a little journey with me through this beautiful state.

    Arizona's Delightfully Diverse Deserts

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