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- Category: New To Do
Plan a bonfire and a traditional clambake
The Clambake is a traditional New England method of cooking seafood. Clambakes are generally held on special occasions, but they can certainly become an event in and of themselves. This picnic-style feast is an all day project for the hosts, but it is a great way to share fresh seafood for friends and family.
- Category: National Park Guides
National Park Guide: Key West National Wildlife Refuge and Dry Tortugas National Park
Key West National Wildlife RefugeThe Key west National Wildlife Refuge is an amazing destination within the Florida Keys. Visitors can enjoy viewing a wide variety of wildlife and birds. It protects some beautiful and amazing parts of the Florida ecosystem.
- Category: Top Picks
Best Surf BeachesSurfing is a great way to enjoy the beauty and excitement of the ocean and the beach. There are amazing spots to enjoy first-class waves throughout the country and throughout the year. Here are some of the best beaches and towns to enjoy on the East coast, West coast and Hawaii.
- Category: RV Travel Tips
Plan a National Park Camping Trip
Traveling to the great national parks in our country is a great experience and it is a wonderful opportunity to see some of the great sights in the country. Visiting some of these parks takes a little planning. Here are a few tips to help you plan and simply your next trip to one of the national parks.
No matter which park you plan on visiting you will need to do some advance planning to make your trip easier once you arrive. Many parks have areas that are closed during certain seasons, especially winter. Those parks that have higher elevation often have areas that are closed during the winter, and sometimes certain access roads are closed due to snow during the winter. Be sure to research any seasonal closures ahead of time, so that you don't miss out on any part of the park you want to explore.