Letchworth park boasts a series of spectacular waterfalls, the three major ones called the Upper, Middle, and Lower Falls.
They are located in the southern section of the park (about 10 miles down the park road from the campground).
You can drive down through these falls but there is also the Gorge Trail which travels parallel to the main park road.
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Magnificent views of the Middle Falls, which is 250 feet across and drops 107 feet.
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This is an easy hike for families and older folks. There’s a swinging bridge, waterfall, and a river. There are some shallow caves in the cliffs 1/3 of the way into the trail. Dogs on leashes are allowed.
Looks beautiful! Are you allowed to go swimming there?
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.
Yellowstone holds the planet’s most diverse and intact collection of geysers, hot springs, mud pots, and fumaroles (the small openings where hot sulfurous gases are coming out).
The more than 300 geysers here make up two-thirds of all those found on earth.
Combine this with more than 10,000 thermal features comprised of brilliantly colored hot springs, bubbling mud pots, and steaming fumaroles, and you have a place like no other.
Yellowstone’s vast collection of thermal features provides a constant reminder of the park’s recent volcanic past.
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Address: 165 South Dolliver St, Pismo Beach, CA 93449
Phone: (805) 773-1811
Main site: 400 RV
This is a gem of a location and RV resort park with all the amenities imaginable. Super for convenience, even direct access to the sands of the Pacific Coast and a bridge that connects the RV park to the quaint little Central California town. Full hook up, clean hot showers, onsite restaurant, camp store, picnic tables at each site and so much more. Hiking, biking, wine tasting, shopping, great restaurants and more.
After thought: pretty much need a toad/vehicle; not a lot to do within walking/bicycling distance.
Just came back from a nice stay at Desoto SP. One of the best we've experienced! Sites are nicely spaced out, not crowded on the next. Shaded, some are asphalt paved. If not paved, graveled, pretty level. Picnic tables, most have fire rings.
Situated along the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway, Julian Price Campground is a favorite destination for hikers, anglers, and boaters. Many consider it one of the best RV campgrounds in NC Mountains.
It sits adjacent to Price Lake, a picturesque body of water that stands out against the backdrop of the hills behind it.
The Blue Ridge Parkway is a 469-mile byway that follows the elevated crests of the central and southern peaks of the Appalachian mountains. You can drive this scenic byway from Shenandoah National Park to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
This campground has something for all members of the family. Canoe rentals are available at Price Lake. You can also enter the lake in other non-motorized boats.
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15. Miller Springs Nature Center, Farm-To-Market Road 2271, Belton, TX
1473 Farm-To-Market Rd 2271, Belton, TX 76513, USA
Photo by Wendy Wolfe
PEOPLE ARE SAYING:
We took our granddaughter on an easy hike below the dam for Belton Lake. It’s just outside Temple, TX. The trail was missing a few signs, but the back wall of the dam is often in sight, so it’s easy to navigate! 😊
We took our two pups; dogs must be on a leash.
This State Park located on the Central coast of California about 6 - 7 miles south of Morro Bay and Los Osos is a great place to camp and accommodates RV's up to 27 feet. There are no hook ups, flush toilets or dump stations however the RV sites do have firepits, there is a camp store and camp host and firewood is available for sale... but the beauty of being nestled in this State Park is that it is located away from town a few miles or so down a country road. You will love the hiking available along the cliffs over the ocean and beach access to Spooners Beach just outside the campground. Dogs are welcome on Spooners Beach and at your campsite but not on the hiking trails.
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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