This state park is situated inside the Cascade Range and Modoc Plateau natural region, and is set in a gorgeous forest. It has five miles of stream and lake shoreline, including Lake Britton, and amazing hikes.
There is also the gorgeous 129 foot Burney Falls waterfall that alone is worth the trip. The campground is also very nice, with a beach, boat ramp, camp store and more.
Often dubbed as “the Grand Canyon of the East,” Letchworth State Park offers easily accessible and spectacular views of a deep, 600-foot gorge carved out of the limestone and sandstone shale by the Genesee River.
Swimming pools, fishing areas, hiking trails, hot air ballooning, whitewater rafting, and canoeing by permit are just some of the additional attractions at Letchworth State Park.
Letchworth State Park has 66 miles of hiking trails and 20 main marked trails, all with trailheads along the main park road. So, there’s a lot of hiking to get in! The majority of our favorite hikes are along the southern end.
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Some say this is the most beautiful state park in Utah. Desert landscape with breath-taking canyons and cliffs. Amazing sunsets and sunrises. Dogs are permitted on the trails. The star-filled dark skies are breathtaking. We highly recommend.
What many say is the most beautiful state park in all of the United States. See why what we have to say here: https://rvlifestyle.com/dead-horse-point-and-goblin-valley/
Immense vertical cliffs meet with canyons carved by ice, water, and wind creating a visual masterpiece.
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument spans about one million acres. It is a vast stretch of desert with a white-sandstone mesa, with incredible views, natural bridges and even a 126 foot high water fall. Be sure to stop by visitor centers for an overview.
The area is mostly white-sandstone mesa with some pretty incredible views, as well as some steep drop-offs. Here are all the best things to see and do in the area with an RV: https://rvlifestyle.com/the-grand-staircase-8-best-things-to-do-see/
This park got its name because of the bizarre, goblin shaped cliffs, standing eerily here and there across the landscape. It is pretty amazing. The exposed cliffs reveal parallel layers of rock bared by erosion. Because of the uneven hardness of sandstone, softer parts of the rock eroded more quickly than harder layers, creating the Valley of Goblins. Some people compare this place to Mars. There is hiking, biking. disc golf, camping and amazing dark skies to enjoy.
This left behind the bizarre goblin shapes seen today. Water erosion and the smoothing action of windblown dust work together to shape the goblins
Fort Mose State Historic Park, 15 Fort Mose Trail, St. Augustine, FL 32084, USA
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Fort Mosé is a small Florida fort established when Spain was ruling, slavery was flourishing in the US colonies farther north, and because slaves were much less harshly treated by the Spaniards, there was a constant flow of escapees coming into Florida. Enslaved people who made it across the border had the option of securing their freedom by converting to Catholicism and agreeing to a term of military service. This state park tells the history in its museum, also there is a place for canoes, kayaks, bird viewing.
Coeur d' Alene is known as a popular resort town with a 'floating green' hole on the golf coarse adjacent to the Coeur d' Alene Resort shown in the attached photo. The city is located in the Pacific North West area of Idaho and has a variety of campgrounds located with various amenities. Blackwell Island RV Park is a popular private campground with all the amenities listed! We have stayed at this RV location a couple of times and it does not disappoint. Located close to town and adjacent to the lake. A popular floating restaurant Cedars in only a few minutes away by car. Website: idahorvpark.com
Among other things, Headlands boasts 550 acres of woodlands and more than two miles of undeveloped Lake Michigan at the northern tip of the state’s lower peninsula.
Artificial lighting is incredibly scarce in this area, leading to incredible views of Orion and the Milky Way. The park hosts many special events, from storytelling to starry cruises to astrophotography nights.
In 2017, the park opened the Waterfront Event Center and Observatory, which earned them the prestigious Pure Michigan Award.
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What a great place to take the kids or grandkids! This park, (previously known as the Red Rock Canyon State Park), offers a great stop to get some energy out. And if you get tired of your RV, you can do some Glamping here, too!
Enjoy the gorgeous red rock scenery that was once home to the Plains Indians. Then use the swimming pool, fish, and play on the playground before enjoying lunch at a picnic site.
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The Gulf Islands National Seashore is a 160-mile stretch of gorgeous and very secluded beaches. It is undisturbed by development and characterized by blue-green sparkling water.
So big is this property that it lies in two states – Florida and Mississippi – and is divided into 12 district areas.
The protected regions include mainland areas and parts of seven islands. If you count Alabama, the area is even longer. Some islands along Alabama coast were originally considered for inclusion, for some reason, they are not officially part of the national seashore managed by the National Parks Service.
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