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10 natural wonders to see before they disappear
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You've heard the grim timelines: if warming continues, the Great Barrier Reef will be bleached by 2030; glaciers in the Swiss Alps, on Mt. Kilimanjaro, and in Glacier National Park will disappear in under 40 years; and Arctic ice melt will send polar bears into extinction. The immediacy of these timelines prompts flocks of curious eco-tourists to travel to environmentally fragile areas. More



Strap on the waders, trout season is here
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The act of getting up early and vying for a position at one of many beautiful trout streams rings true in the hearts of many. ... For some, it is all about matching wits one on one with the trout. More

Canadian parks reaching out to new campers
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Millions of Canadians living in urban jungles haven’t camped. Many are newcomers to Canada, whose childhood in rural Pakistan or big-city China most certainly didn’t include woodland hikes or canoe trips. Ontario Parks and Parks Canada are trying to change that through Learn to Camp programs, according to CANOE Inc. More

A clean start: Detailing your RV's exterior
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There it sits. An imposing figure of fiberglass, plastic, rubber and steel. It loafs in the driveway, staring back at you expectantly, daring you to tackle its broad flat panels, filthy roof and abundance of windows. Some call it an RV … but right now, you call it a chore. And the very thought of cleaning it makes you want to go back inside and watch reruns of "Iron Chef America." More

Organize, Protect & Select Your Cards

"After leaving Escapade I drove to New Orleans. Unfortunately, I needed to show my ID to a policeman. I whipped out my little blue wallet, extruded my license and the cop was so impressed, I didnʼt get ticketed and he asked me how to get one... Needless to say, I referred him to you!”
Marilyn Hughes (Lodi, CA)

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Adventurer RV introduces all-new truck camper
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The design and development of the Adventurer 86FB started with a clean slate to build a new camper featuring lighter weight, stronger construction, larger bath, face-to-face dinette, more storage, increased holding tank size — and so that it could fit short- or long-bed trucks, with the ability to add a generator in either configuration. Adventurer’s all new truck camper the 86FB is a completely different floor plan for Adventurer LP. The 86FB is designed for three-quarter ton trucks or larger and can fit either long beds or short beds truck configurations. Additionally, the 86FB can accommodate a generator in either bed configuration. More

Digging for diamonds
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The Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro, Ark., has yielded an even bigger find, a 3.86-carat jewel dubbed the "Heart of Arkansas" for its heart shape. A longtime visitor to the park from Murfreesboro, where the park is located, unearthed the diamond while sifting through the park dirt earlier this month. More

Sunset Isle RV Park, Cedar Key, Fla.

The Sunset Isle RV Park and Motel of Cedar Key, Fla., offers the finest and friendliest RV Park, campground and motel you'll find in the Cedar Key vicinity. That's why RVers keep coming back year after year. Entertainment frequently and, in the winter months, featuring some of the best bluegrass music you'll find anywhere. They are located right on Cedar Key Bay, off the Gulf of Mexico. Fish from a dock right by your campsite or just relax and enjoy the fabulous sunsets.



Woodall's Facebook fan page has searchable database of green parks
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Working together, Woodall's and National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds, with some guidance from Leave No Trace (an organization dedicated to the responsible enjoyment of the outdoors), developed some "green friendly" criteria for RV parks and campgrounds and will use this criteria to designate an RV park or campground as "green friendly." More

As flood waters recede, work remains
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Russ Hoesley hoisted a metal shelf and reached to fit it in place. He stood back from the work and looked at the inside of the Prairie Island Campground's information office in Winona, Minn., still in shambles from the off season. Flooding left behind mud and debris, and Hoesley, campground manager, will likely spend the next month cleaning up and putting things back into place. More

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