Harrisville State Park, 248 State Park Rd, Harrisville, MI 48740, USA
Great Lakes Tour
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Our recommended place to start thhe Great Lakes Shoreline Tour adventure on Lake Huron - the sunrise side!
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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.
The southern-most point of Lake Huron.
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Located on the west side of Rocky Mountain National Park, this campground is located at a higher elevation, affording wonderful views of the wide-open spaces. It's been named one of the best campgrounds in Colorado. Check it out: https://rvlifestyle.com/best-campgrounds-in-colorado/
Explore Tupelo as you drive through the Natchez Trace Parkway.
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I know we’ve said this before in this series but the speed limit on the Trace is 50 miles an hour. Stick to it. Stop often and enjoy. It is two lanes for all 440 miles with no passing lanes. Much of the time, unless you are near a busy community that adjoins the Parkway, yours will be the only vehicle you see. Set your cruise control and do just that… cruise.
You will be stopping a lot, anyway, so conquer that urge to rush right at the stop. The Trace is meant to be traveled slowly, with lots of stops. If you understand that at the start it will make the whole trip better.
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When a devastating fire in Dec. 1904 destroyed most of the buildings, townsfolk had nowhere to go but down. So they developed an underground city. It's a really cool tour. Here's a video we did on it: https://youtu.be/R0vHqf2m5c8
401 Little White House Rd, Warm Springs, GA 31830, USA
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be sure to drive 11 miles into Warm Springs to visit the Little White House. https://rvlifestyle.com/georgias-pine-mountain-trail-and-fdrs-legacy/ We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the area, easily accessible off I-85. We found August to be a bit too hot for long hikes. Late fall and spring are the best times.
30 Yellowstone Ave, West Yellowstone, MT 59758, USA
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If you're thinking of exploring Yellowstone, West Yellowstone is a great place to start for two reasons:
Because there are more than 20 locations (commercial campgrounds and boondocking) within a 20-mile radius.
So, if you absolutely need hookups or the campgrounds within Yellowstone are full, you should still be able to find
Because West Yellowstone is the closest town to any of the park entrances, you should be able to stock up on food, LP, fuel, or whatever else you need. Just remember that with the proximity to Yellowstone you’ll definitely be paying
inflated prices for it.
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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.