One of the wonderful surprises that Cape Cod offered us on our first visit was the great diversity of landscape. I think we expected to see beautiful beaches and dunes and not much else. However the kettle ponds, bay inlets, marshes, and wild National Seashore...
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May 1, 2014 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
1. Touristy boardwalk fun, like the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel, that will make you smile from ear to ear. 2. Soulful boardwalk fun, at places like Myrtle Beach State Park, that will fill your lungs with fresh ocean air. 3. Room to splash and play and greet the waves at...
Apr 17, 2014 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
I'm going to go ahead and admit something. I have never once in my life seen an alligator in the wild. I'm a little confused by this myself. I mean I've traveled quite a bit in my life, and a lot of that travel has been in natural environments with tons of wildlife....
Mar 27, 2014 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
National Parks get a whole lot of attention and rightfully so. They are (across the board) breathtaking and phenomenal experiences, and one of the highlights of our national heritage. State Parks don't get as much exposure, but over the last four years they have...
Mar 1, 2014 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
We went on our first long road trip with Max and Theo when they were not even three months old. We had no game plan; we did no research. Basically, we threw the boys in the car at 6:30 am and took off on a 13 hour drive. Learning to take care of twins is not an easy...
Feb 26, 2014 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
My boys are darn good hikers. Not that they have a choice. Since Stephanie and I started RVing with them four years ago we have spent over a hundred nights camping, and dozens of days hiking. When they were just one we threw them in the truck, packed up the pop-up...
Feb 22, 2014 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
When the temperature creeps up into the 50s during this sort of winter, it is almost impossible to decide what to do with the sunny respite. One feels a certain responsibility to enjoy every single second of pleasant weather. It is no wonder we ended up at the...
Feb 3, 2014 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
It was messy and it was fabulous. We were lucky enough to get some off-season inspiration from a reader, who urged us to head down to the nature center at Island Beach State Park the next time we were hit with some winter wanderlust. This morning,...
Jan 11, 2014 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
We've been in a deep freeze up here in the NorthEast and, if your children are anything like mine, things are starting to get a little loopy in the house. I measure my boys' pent up energy in karate chops per minute and the number has been rising rapidly. So when I...
Nov 25, 2013 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
A Day at the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Preserve So the government shutdown ended, the National Parks reopened, and we finally got to make our annual trip to the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Preserve last weekend. If you think birding sounds boring,...
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