Did you know there is an amazing beachfront campground in Arizona? Cattail Cove State Park has a white sand beach, boat ramp, and 61 campsites right on Lake Havasu. This picturesque Arizona State Park campground offers a broad spectrum of activities for all to enjoy. Read more of what we have to say in our Cattail Cove State Park Campground Review!
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Campground/RV Park: Pocahontas State Park – VIRGINIA
Location: 10301 State Park Road, Chesterfield, VA 23832
Latitude, 37.373973. Longitude, -77.571782.
Date(s) Stayed: 5/26/15 – 5/31/15 and 7/1/18 – 7/15/18
Length of Stay: 2 days and 2 weeks
Site #: #74 pull-through and
Cost per night: $34/night for non-residents
Discount Used: 10% Military
Connections: Electric & Water with Dump Station
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There’s nothing like feeling the pages of a good book! While we can get most books on Kindle, we still love to open them to vividly colored pages, map pull-outs, etc. By having these books and guides, we don’t have to rely on internet connection to plan our trips, do research or just dream. We don’t have to recharge or plug any electronics devices in. We just reach for the book, grab our reading glasses and open it.
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In the spring of 2017, we need a little relaxation for a few days so we stayed at U.S. Corps of Engineers Willow Beach Campground
. While there, we found and explored Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park.
Registered as a National Historic Landmark, Toltec Mounds is located at the Terry Lock and Dam in Willow Beach, not far from Little Rock.
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Its November; the month for giving thanks. We are grateful for life’s rewards, the smallest of struggles and everything in between. We feel its necessary to recognize those who have been a huge influence in our RV traveling journey for the past two years.
So, here’s our own RVer’s Thanksgiving Message:
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Not far from the Salt Lake City, Utah, Antelope Island links itself to the mainland by a causeway. We could see the vast Great Salt Lake from both sides. But that wasn’t white sand beaches we saw. It was salt; hence, why it’s called “the Great Salt Lake”. But ironically we didn’t go to see the Antelope. Instead, we went to see the Bison!
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Back in 2015, while we were parked at Oasis RV Resort
for a few days in Amarillo, Texas, we took a day to lace up our hiking shoes, stock our backpacks, and grab our walking sticks to head to Palo Duro Canyon. Who would have know there was this big hole in the flatland of the Texas Panhandle?
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Nebraska’s Fort Robinson State Park is a former U.S. Army fort. It’s spread on a 22,000-acre public recreation and historic preservation area located just a couple miles west of Crawford on U.S. Route 20 in the Pine Ridge region of northwest Nebraska. Fort Robinson holds much history that you’ll just have to read about here.
We visited this Fort as it was recommended by a friend whom we visited in Broken Bow, Nebraska in 2015. Appreciating how we are interested in military history, this proved its worthiness and made a few of our brain cells shine.
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