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Creole Cuisine Must Haves

When you’re in Louisiana there are some obvious staples in the cuisine category that you need to cross off (the fresh crawfish boils, oysters, etouffee and the jambalaya). The state has a way of bringing so many diverse cultures together that pair beautifully on a plate. There are, of course, the many of crawfish boils that you are obligated to take part in if the season is permitting, but let's take a look at some different must haves that make up Louisiana cuisine.  Meat pies A sort of “turnover” stuffed with an array of different combo’s like meat & cheese, veggie, seafood, whatever your heart desires. Traditionally they will be filled with a mixture of onion, . . . Read more

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Top 5 Spring Break Locations for Louisianans

Spring Break for Louisianans It’s March and you can almost smell the thirsty spring breakers planning where to spend their week of freedom outside of campus. Nationwide the college classrooms sit empty in what can only be referred to as a weeklong non-stop party for college goers. For students in Louisiana (or even post grads avoiding the real world), the time is perfect to get outside the state lines and explore some neighboring beaches and campgrounds that will hold lifelong memories. Let’s explore some top party appropriate places 1. Suwannee Music Park and Campground, Live Oak, FL  The “Spirit of Suwannee” is a majestic music and camping ground located in northern . . . Read more

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Why is Mardi Gras a New Orleans Thing?

Mardi Gras is celebrated the Tuesday evening before the Lenten season (lent) begins. Over the years this particular Tuesday has gained a number of nicknames, but is most commonly referred to as Fat Tuesday. Since the Lent season involves fasting, many consider Fat Tuesday as the “one last hoorah” before beginning the 40 day fast. Mardi Gras has become the celebration name of the Fat Tuesday festivities. Although Lent and Mardi Gras are observed all over the world, New Orleans seems to be the one city that is always associated with the celebration. Why is that? Here’s a nutshell version of the story of Mardi Gras and how it wound up in New Orleans: Medieval Europe: The Mardi . . . Read more

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4 National Parks You’ve Got To See in 2016

(Photo: drytortugas.com) Typically when you think of national parks, sandy white beaches don’t come to mind. Think again! The Dry Tortugas National Park is a tropical oasis that will take your breath away while wooing you with historical artifacts. This park is a beach trip like none other! Since the Tortuga Islands are located just off the Key West Coast, about 70 miles from the nearest city, travelers can only get there by seaplane or by ferry. So it is important to plan ahead, but entirely worth it. There’s plenty to do in the park, but the most common attractions are camping and snorkeling. This area is said to have the best snorkeling in Key West! How’s that for a nontraditional . . . Read more

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Why Spending Christmas in an RV is the Best

Christmas is almost here!      And clearly there’s no better place to spend Christmas than right inside your RV. This is obvious for a few reasons. First, you get to decorate a small space. More space means more to decorate. You’ll love keeping things simple in your RV. Next, You can go out searching for the perfect tree And find a tree that’s perfect…. for your space Also, You’re forced to have a good attitude, since privacy is hard to come by. Christmas is about being together, right? and enjoy family outings like ice skating...   Or a friendly, family snowball fight And who doesn’t love eating out for the holidays? You . . . Read more

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Why Spending Christmas in an RV is the Best

Christmas is almost here!      And clearly there’s no better place to spend Christmas than right inside your RV. This is obvious for a few reasons. First, you get to decorate a small space. More space means more to decorate. You’ll love keeping things simple in your RV. Next, You can go out searching for the perfect tree And find a tree that’s perfect…. for your space Also, You’re forced to have a good attitude, since privacy is hard to come by. Christmas is about being together, right? and enjoy family outings like ice skating...   Or a friendly, family snowball fight And who doesn’t love eating out for the holidays? You . . . Read more

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3 Featured Campgrounds in Cajun Country

Looking for a warm winter getaway? Wanting to hear the sounds of a live jazz band? Interested in experiencing rich culture and history? We’ve got just the city for you. Start planning your trip to New Orleans, LA to the French Quarter RV Resort for an all-of-the-above experience. Located in the heart of the city, this RV resort is conveniently located just off Interstate 10 and is only a short walking distance from New Orleans’ historic French Quarter.  The facility claims that it operates similarly to a luxury hotel in the French Quarter, catering to all types of guests and a variety of RVs.The resort has 52 parking spots available for rent and an extensive list of amenities, . . . Read more

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Take a Fall Trip to Camp Jellystone

With Fall approaching and the weather turning perfect for camping, now is the time to take advantage and head out in your RV! However, if your schedules and time don’t line up for a large trip, there are plenty of great spots to camp close to home here in Louisiana. Today we will be highlighting one of the most family friendly campgrounds in the state. The place is called Camp Jellystone and it is located in Robert, Louisiana. Let’s take a look at what makes Jellystone so enticing for camping families across the country!  Yogi Bear’s Camp Jellystone is a family orientaed RV Park that offers more than 80 parks across the country for families to not only stay at, but have . . . Read more

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