You can't miss this place. It has a Bigfoot statue out front. The legend is that the odor of all the great beef and chicken pasties made here lured the creature out of the woods.
When it comes to making the Upper Peninsula of Michigan's unofficial food, nobody in these parts of the UP along Lake Superior makes better pasties than Muldoons.
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Sampson State Park. Lovely state park on the shore of the largest and deepest of the Finger Lakes. Large, back in, shaded sites with fairly level gravel pad. 30 amp, no water or sewer hookup but free pump out station. Small beach, marina, store, and museum. Close to many wineries, breweries, small quaint towns.
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.
See our blog post https://rvlifestyle.com/best-midwest-camping/. Awesome areas. Hocking Hills offers 156 electrical campsites, heated showers, a dump station, playground, volleyball court, horseshoe pit, camp store, and swimming pool. This campground has everything you need for a well-rounded vacation.
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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The Rise n Roll Bakery is on our must-visit-by-noon list every time we are in Elkhart. And we always pick up a dozen of their famous cinnamon caramel donuts – known throughout the region as “Amish Crack.”
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Mammoth Mountain RV Park, 2667 Main St, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546, USA
Photo by Phyllis Khare
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