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Gr8Lakes Camper: A visit to Michigan’s most remote state park

On May 12, 1919, the Michigan Legislature established the Michigan State Park Commission, paving the way for our state parks system. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is celebrating this milestone throughout the year with special events, podcasts, historical stories, videos, geocaching and more.

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Roaming Free: Port Aransas and Rockport

We traveled up to Rockport one Friday afternoon to see if Tom could find his “Oysters Rockefeller” at the Oysterfest, but that didn’t work out . . . the festival didn’t open until the evening, and from talking to some people he found out that it’s more of a carnival – with more “fair food” than oysters.

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5 best parks in California for wheelchairs

For anyone looking to spend a day outside, there is nothing more frustrating than driving an hour or three out to a large park, only to find that it’s missing some feature you were counting on — parking, restrooms, picnic tables or a fire pit, for example. For people who use wheelchairs or have other mobility impairments, it’s especially important to have clear and specific information about the park you’re visiting.

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Pro tips for living an RV lifestyle

Whether it’s a permanent way of life or a practical way to satisfy your wanderlust, you may be surprised by how easily an RV provides the perfect solution for your lifestyle. It’s something automotive expert and TV host Rutledge Wood has enjoyed for years.

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RV Life: Visit Sky Island Country in Patagonia, Ariz.

Mountain peaks rise nearly 2,000 feet from the desert floor, creating Sky Islands, and provide incredibly diverse geographic environments to host amazing biodiversity. In a short time, you can explore creeks, canyons, deserts, plateaus, mountains and one of the only remaining high desert short-grass prairies in America, the San Rafael Valley.

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Do It Yourself RV: 8 ways to stay cool this camping season

RV camping is nice because it means we have air conditioning during those dog days of summer. That said, RV air conditioners aren’t always able to keep up. In fact, in the heat of the day, those A/C units do very little to cool down a trailer or motorhome that’s sitting in the sun.

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RV Lifesteyle: How camping has changed in 2019

Toby O’Rourke shares with us highlights of the company’s latest study and reveals that millennials now make up 35% of all the active campers in the U.S. She also talks about how her company is continuing to grow and thrive in an increasingly digital world.

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Go RVing: Why road trips with kids are better in an RV

My family has taken many road trips and they’ve always been quite the adventure. This fall we embarked on our first road trip in an RV and I don’t know how we’ll ever go back to the way it was before. Here are six reasons a road trip with kids is better in an RV.

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