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Landoll’s Mohican Castle is shown with pumpkins on display for the fall

Year-Round Adventure in the Heart of Ohio’s Mohican Country

Central Ohio’s unique and colorful natural region offers RVers a world-class wilderness and recreational experience with hiking, biking, fishing and boating Ohio has coined itself the Heart of It All,…

Cleveland Rocks!

Finding fun along the shores of Lake Erie in Ohio As the years whiz by, I find myself reflecting on earlier times in my life, when The Beatles were the…
Echo-Bluff State Park, Missouri

Camping in the Ozarks: Echo Bluff State Park

The centerpiece of Missouri’s state park system, Echo Bluff brings outdoor recreation and upscale camping to the shores of Sinking Creek Echo Bluff State Park gets its name from the…

Out of this World: Visit Hocking Hills, Ohio

Gazing at far-off galaxies from John Glenn Astronomy Park, Ohio’s new dark-sky venue It’s a clear night in Hocking Hills State Park in southeastern Ohio. Step out your RV’s door,…

Little Towns on the Prairie

This year marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of Laura Ingalls Wilder, who brought a pioneer family to life in her Little House books. Follow along on this Midwestern…

Door County Delights

This bucolic 70-mile-long peninsula in northeastern Wisconsin combines natural beauty and outdoor recreation with art galleries and traditional Scandinavian cuisine Door County, Wisconsin, has been a popular vacation spot for…

Vincennes’ Victories

Indiana’s oldest town is the site of a 79-foot-high memorial dedicated to George Rogers Clark, Conqueror of the Old Northwest Territory, and an interactive museum chronicling the life of entertainer…
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Columbia’s Foundation: “The Athens of Missouri”

  Covering a lot of ground in Missouri’s well-rounded college town where the university prevails over a city rich in history Columbia, sometimes called “the Athens of Missouri,” has almost…

In the Land of Oz

  Revel in the Wild West charm of Kansas, where tallgrass open prairies and stream-carved valleys compete for attention with small-town museums and fascinating, unexpected world treasures It’s perhaps a…

Wisconsin Charmer

  There’s a more natural side to the Midwest’s bustling Waterpark Capital, with magnificent riverside cliffs, rock formations, breathtaking parks and nature preserves   So extraordinary was a series of…