Best Tent Camping Kentucky, Canoeing and Kayaking Kentucky, Barrel Strength Bourbon

Hiking and Camping Down the Bourbon Trail

Kentucky is a state diverse in its tourism opportunities. From an outdoor perspective, the center of the state has numerous lakes where you can spend day after summer day cooling off from that hot Kentucky sun. Rugged and mountainous eastern Kentucky has its high points,...

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Best Tent Camping: Montana, camping in Montana

Best Campgrounds in Montana for Families

While Montana has maybe 1 million people, you’d never guess it by visiting one of the state’s national parks in the middle of summer tourist season. Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park are mesmerizing and definitely worth a visit, but the exceptional scenery doesn’t stop outside...

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Exploring Havasupai, Greg Witt, bucket list vacations, Havasu,

Best Time of Year to Visit Havasupai

Because of its deep canyon setting and lower elevation, Havasupai has warmer weather than what you might find on the rim of the Grand Canyon above. This makes it a perfect year-round vacation destination! The new edition of Exploring Havasupai by Greg Witt has a seasonal breakdown...

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A Little More Appalachian Trail, Anyone?

During the past couple of years, I have grown quite fond of traveling to Newfoundland and Labrador (NL). It isn’t the easiest place in the world to get to. You either have to drive to and then ferry from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, or fly...

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10 Breathtaking Reasons to Visit Havasupai

January and February are rough months, friends. The excitement from the holidays is over, the weather is cold and bleak, and summer feels so far away. Luckily, we’re here to save the day. The new edition of Exploring Havasupai by Greg Witt is hot off the press and ready to...

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Best Tent Camping: New Jersey, Matt Willen, Worthington State Forest, New Jersey camping

Best Camping in Northern New Jersey

The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area (DWGNRA) has always been a bit of an enigma to me. In spite of its size (it spans over 70,000 acres in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania along the Delaware River), its extensive natural scenery, and its vast...

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