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ohwillyb
post Nov 22 2003, 07:06 PM
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I'm trying to find some good vacation Ideas. I guess that is one of the reasons we are all here! So I would like to start with this.

One of my Favorite not so famous destination is Natural Bridge VA.
I can't believe I have never knew of this place the way I found it was a flyer at the rest stop..

If you would like to know more....
http://www.naturalbridgeva.com biggrin.gif


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janmcn
post Dec 23 2003, 10:08 PM
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Custer State Park in South Dakota is one of our favorites. Rivals most National Parks in our opinion. Lots of other things to see in the area, too. Spend a week at least!
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post Dec 26 2003, 10:49 AM
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I would like add the Grand Canyon, Zion, and Bryce Canyon Nat. Parks to list. What a place to see, tops the cake so far for me. Lot more great Nat. Parks in west on our list to see in 2004. If you have an Golden Age Passport you get in free. What a great deal!


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post Feb 23 2004, 08:34 AM
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Our favorite place to camp is in the U.P of Michigan, Muskallonge Lake State Park. Your close to Pictured Rocks National Shorline, Grand Marais is a gorgeous little Lake Superior town, close to the Soo Locks and many waterfalls.
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post Feb 24 2004, 01:07 PM
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We like Bandelier National Park in New Mexico. Its in the mountains just outside Los Alamos. The cg is on the mountain and a short drive down into a narrow canyon is the visitor center and very interesting pueblo ruins carved into the canyon. Good ranger-guided tours and a variety of hikes from short and easy to serious back country. Only problem is the CG has no hookups and no hot showers, but the tradeoff is an uncrowded park with a site under a Ponderosa Pine.
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post Mar 19 2004, 04:50 PM
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Acadia National Park is beautiful. I never dreamed the northeast could rival the west for fantastic scenery, but it does.
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post Mar 20 2004, 08:43 PM
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My favorite small site to camp is Creekside Campground Edinburg Va it is quiet and mostly for adults-the town is very nice---and there is plenty to see in the area.
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post Apr 10 2004, 08:32 PM
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We stayed at the Gulf Islands National Seashore, at Ocean Springs, Ms last fall and fell in love with the place. Right on the Gulf of Mexico, close to Biloxi and all those great Casinos plus fresh from the boats Shrimp.
We plan on going back next fall and staying longer. It is a National Park just water and electric, no sewers. There is a pier to fish and crab from. Walmarts is less than 3 miles away. Everything you need. biggrin.gif
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