We are in serious trip planning mode for the spring season here at RVFTA and if you are a longtime listener and reader, you know that our number one travel tip of all time is to talk to the locals and trust their recommendations. But that doesn't mean we don't do our...
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Jun 2, 2015 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
We did it. An actual RV Family Travel Atlas Rally took place this past weekend at Lake-in-Wood Camping Resort in Narvon, Pennsylvania. Here are the 10 most important facts to report: 1. We have the nicest listeners and readers ever. Seriously. In the privacy of our...
Apr 26, 2015 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
Be honest...outdoor adventure in Myrtle Beach sounds like a bit of an oxymoron, right? Most people think of "The Strip" when picturing Myrtle Beach and imagine a boardwalk lined with hotels, rides, and arcade games. But the real reason we decide to go back to Myrtle...
Apr 20, 2015 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
The word camping usual brings to mind quiet, natural settings far away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. But sometimes our family wants to be right in the middle of the action when we travel in our RV. As we mentioned in our campground review, the best...
Apr 7, 2015 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
Brookgreen Gardens, located in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, is just 30 minutes south of Myrtle Beach. It is a fascinating and unusual combination of a botanical garden, history museum, zoo, and nature center. There are so many different activities to enjoy while...
Dec 18, 2014 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
Whether you are vacationing in a hotel, renting a house, or staying at a campground, let's face it--traveling with young children is a challenge. Even it is something you absolutely love to do, you can't possibly claim it is easy (and keep a straight face). It takes...
Sep 29, 2014 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
We were perfectly happy to do nothing besides hike, bike, and eat lobster when we traveled to Acadia National Park before having children. But when we returned with kids, we branched out and explored a variety of other activities offered in the Bar Harbor area. Good...
Aug 6, 2014 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
If you have been following our adventures for awhile now, you know that we love a good road food joint. When you have young children, there is one rule of dining: In and out, and nobody gets hurt. Since we don't eat out a ton when we are RVing, it is important to us...
Two Hikes and a Swim: Artist’s Bluff, Bald Mountain, and Echo Lake (Franconia State Park, New Hampshire)
Jul 22, 2014 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
On our second day in Franconia Notch, we were excited to see more of the mountains. However, we also knew we had to take it a little easy with the kids since the day before had been relatively long and physically demanding for our three young children. This is a...
Jul 18, 2014 RVFamilyTravelAtlas
It always takes us a day or two to get the lay of the land when we arrive in a new location. I find that I can do all the research in the world, but we don't really get a good feel for a place until we drive around a bit and chat with the locals and other guests at...
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