10 Enchanting Lavender Farms to Visit in the U.S.

Lavender Farms in the U.S. - Lady in Lavender

Lavender Farms are sprouting up all over the United States. From small family farms to large commercial facilities that harvest big name essential oils, these aromatic lavender fields are great destinations for a relaxing experience. Come see why we we think you and your family should visit these enchanting lavender farms in the U.S.

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Texas Wine Country Jellystone Camp Resort – Fredricksburg, Texas

Have you ever stayed at an RV park or campground that made you feel like a kid again? Well, Texas Wine Country Jellystone Camp Resort in Fredericksburg, Texas did just that. And even though I was attending an adult work summit there, it was a fun place to let my hair down. Its a great place to take the kids for a weekend, week or even a month. They have everything from great meetings rooms for the big kids to a big pool and bouncy carpet outside for the littles! So, let’s see why we liked it!

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Great Camel Experiment: Hi Jolly Monument in Quartzsite, Arizona

In the small desert town of Quartzsite, Arizona, a lesser-known historical achievement took place involving the United States Army, a middle eastern man and camels. The project was called The Great Camel Experiment. And Quartzsite is the place that honors the who proved to the U.S. government that camels outlasted other means of transporting military supplies across the desert southwest.

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Alsation RV Resort: Stay & Golf San Antonio, Texas

Alsation RV Resort - Photo by Oscar Williams 2019

Alsation Golf and RV Resort, located in Castroville, Texas, is just that place! Situated in Texas Hill Country, this Good Sam rated 10-10-10 RV Resort doesn’t disappoint! Come see why Alsation RV and Golf Resort is one of our favorite RV parks, not only in Texas, but all around! And, guess what? It’s not because of the golf!