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Cobscook Bay State Park Maine

Hands down, one of the greatest campgrounds we have been to! Read more below! We left Acadia National Park and continued northeast on Highway 1 to Cobscook Bay near Lubec, Maine which is the most easterly point in the USA.  Along the way we drove through the clouds, through empty roads, never saw a moose, and hit road construction with …

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Niagara Falls Ontario Canada

Niagara Falls! The Falls, there is actually 3 of them, sit in the USA and in Canada. The American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls are on the US side of the border in New York and can be visited via the Niagara Falls State Park which offers several great viewing areas. The Horseshoe Falls (which are the widest) lie in …

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Darien Lakes State Park New York

From Geneva State Park we headed east on I-90 through Pennsylvania and on to New York following the shoreline of Lake Erie all the way to the outskirts of Buffalo.  We had purchased an E-Z Pass for the toll roads and it sure made things a lot quicker and easier.   We then took some backroads east of Buffalo to …

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Geneva Ohio Lake Erie

Geneva, Ohio is a small, quaint, charming town which lies close to the shores of Lake Erie. The streets are lined with fruit trees (which were in full bloom when we arrived) and lovely, old, historic looking homes which looked immaculately maintained. And it is known as Ohio Wine Country! YAY!   Not far from town, along Lake Erie, is …

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Bartons Distillery Bardstown Kentucky

“My Old Kentucky Home” is a song written by Stephen Foster in 1853 and still sung today as the Kentucky Derby anthem. The State Park is located in Bardstown, Kentucky and has a campground, golf course, and the old mansion called Federal Hill which was owned by state senator John Rowan in 1795.   The campground seems to have a …

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Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum Oklahoma City Oklahoma

We spent some time in the Oklahoma City area visiting family and fell in love with this area. Oklahoma City is such a clean, quaint, charming city with a small town feel. Edmond is just as lovely. Arcadia Lake sits in Edmond on the east side and has a variety of campgrounds. The campground system for getting a site seems …

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Palo Duro Canyon State Park Texas

Welcome to Palo Duro, the land of canyons, cattle, cardinals, turkeys, and roadrunners. Oh yes, and some coyotes.  Palo Duro is located south of Amarillo near Canyon. An interesting side trip in the area is Cadillac Ranch just to the west of Amarillo. This is an art sculpture of 10 Cadillacs nose down in the ground installed in 1974 and …

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Santa Rosa Lake State Park Rocky Point Campground Site A14

  We headed east on I-40 through Albuquerque to the eastern part of New Mexico. Along the way we stopped at Camping World in Albuquerque for a few parts and then headed east and exited I-40 to drive the New Mexico Musical Road near Tijeras. Not quite the loud music we thought it would be but it was kind of …

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Homolovi Ruins State Park Az Site 24

Off we departed via Flagstaff to I-40 and headed east towards Homolovi State Park in Winslow, Arizona.   The state park has one campground in a figure 8 configuration consisting of back-ins and pull along sites.   Campground: Homolovi State Park Location: Winslow, Arizona off I-40 (north side) Site: 24 (pull along) Cost: $30 Services: Electric/Water (30 AMP) Comments:  A …

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Lost Dutchman State Park - Site 41

  It’s time for our shakedown trip! Yep, we bought a new motorhome so we needed to take a trip and test it out. Our goal was to first go somewhere with hookups so we could test all the appliances and equipment which run off power and also check out dumping the tanks at a  dump station. We also decided …

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