Monthly Archives: August 2012

Beware of RV Related Ads on Craigslist

The popularity of Craigslist acts like a magnet to attract con artists, who rely on the anonymity inherent in its system to snare victims. While scams  involving jobs, housing and merchandise associated with this online ad board have been publicized, … Continue reading

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KOA Celebrating 50th Anniversary

Kampgrounds of America (KOA), the country’s largest camping franchise business, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this summer. This giant in the industry has expanded from a few campsites north of Yellowstone River to the current nationwide 458 franchises. What a … Continue reading

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Alluring State Parks

Blogger Brendan Leonard provides some of his picks for the most alluring state parks in the country for www.adventurejournal.com. These areas are well worth visiting, offering visitors diversity and a wealth of natural beauty. Chugach State Park, Alaska This is … Continue reading

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Camping Experience Redefined

Over the years, camping has evolved and been redefined in different ways. A few decades ago, the typical camping trip involved sleeping in a tent in the woods. Today, most campers stay at camping parks, and they are especially allured … Continue reading

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Successful Camping Basics

If you are a camping novice, you can learn much from experienced campers. Cheri Spino, a seasoned camper of eight years, shares her advice with others on toledoBlade.com. Her main three recommendations for new campers involve preparation, flexibility and a … Continue reading

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