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3 Awesome Treats to Have at Your 4th of July Party

Raspberry Banana Yogurt Freezer Pops These colorful, yummy pops keep great in the freezer until you are ready to wow your friends, family and guests. They are both refreshing and healthy being made with yogurt, fruit and honey. You can also switch up which fruits you use for an equally patriotic treat. Find the Recipe Here: http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/raspberry-banana-yogurt-freezer-pops Blackberry Cocktail Refreshing summer mint, blackberries and cucumbers come together to form a deliciously all-American drink. Spruce it up by garnishing each drink with a bit of cucumber, blackberry, lime wedge and mint sprigs. Find the Recipe Here: http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/blackberry-cocktail Brown . . . Read more

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Best RV Weekend Getaways

The best days for being outdoors are upon us.  The weather is wonderful and you’ve got at least 4 months to plan and carry out your summer road trip itineraries. The great state of Georgia is chocked full of beautiful destinations to see and explore, so where do you start? We’ve picked a few great places around the state for you to check out for your best RV weekend getaways. Southern Coastline If spending time along the coast is top of your list then put Crooked River State Park on there.  Located in St. Mary’s, GA along the southeastern coastline, this beautiful park is made up of intercostal waterways and maritime forests.  There are plenty of hiking and nature . . . Read more

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Spring Break in Georgia

Spring break use to be what college students waited for every year, a week-long break from their studies with partying and beaches and of course alcohol.  But, spring break is not just for the college kids anymore. With schools transitioning to year-round calendars many students are getting up to two weeks off during the month of March, making it the perfect time to take a much needed family vacation. Spring break destinations are all over the United States rather than just at the beaches along the coastline and activities can include anything from visiting museums, to amusement parks, to camping and hiking the outdoors.  We’ve got a list of fun fun-filled activities for an exciting . . . Read more

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RVing with Kids

“Are we there yet?” “How much longer?” “I have to go to the bathroom!” All of these sayings sound familiar? If you have ever traveled with kids, chances are you’ve heard these a time or two…Of course, it’s fun to get away for a week or long weekend and set out on the open road, but traveling with kids can be tough. Here are a few tips on making your next RV trip a little easier and provide ideas on what to do when RVing with kids. On The Road Depending on where you are traveling to and how long you will be on the road, plan for stops every 2-3 hours. It’ll give everyone the chance to get out and stretch their legs and get some fresh . . . Read more

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Top 5 National Parks Around Georgia

With Spring soon upon us the flowers will be in bloom and the trees will soon be budding. We are excited to visit some of Georgia's best state parks and don't want you to miss out either! So without further ado here is our top 5 parks around Georgia. Georgia Veterans State Park  This is an excellent state park with a wide variety of activities. Georgia Veterans State Park features a museum (filled with aircraft, armored vehicles, uniforms, weapons, medals, and other items from the Revolutionary War all the way to the Gulf War), a sandy swimming beach front to relax on, and an 18-hole golf course/pro shop. With numerous RV parks located around it, this is a must see! For more information . . . Read more

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Route 66 Parts Protection

Raise your hand if you ever purchased a really expensive product, only to have it break down 2 days after the manufacturers warranty expires? It’s frustrating isn’t it?  Especially after you beg and plead with the manufacturer and all they tell you is they’re sorry but there’s nothing they can do, but they can show you the latest and greatest model they just came out with that’s doubly expensive. Well, with the Route 66 Parts Protection plan you no longer have to worry about having to pay full price to replace a product. The Route 66 Parts Protection Plan offers a low- cost, high quality warranty on RV parts purchased from a Route 66  RV dealership. These . . . Read more

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Route 66 Roadside Tech 24

There are many perks to becoming a member of the Route 66 RV network. From unlimited services, to discounts at campgrounds, the benefits are endless. This month we will be showing you the benefits of the Roadside Tech 24 program. Roadside Tech 24 is a roadside assistance and technical support program in the United States and Canada for those that pay for the service through the Route 66 RV network. It includes many different perks and ways to receive help while on the road. 24/7 Toll-Free RV Mechanic Tech Assist: with this program, you’ll receive round the clock technical assistance from a certified mechanic.  They’ll be able to provide you with basic instruction on common operational . . . Read more

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The Colors of Fall: Black Rock Mountain State Park

Fall is officially here and even though it still isn’t very “cool” outside, the cooler temperatures are coming and that is reason to celebrate! Every year, as fall sets in, the first thing most people think of (besides cooler temps) is color. The yellows, oranges and reds don’t stick around for long, but when they do, you can’t help but look at your surroundings and relax a little bit more! One of the best places to see these fall colors is the Black Rock Mountain State Park, Georgia’s highest state park, in the Blue Ridge Mountains.  There is a lot more to do at Black Mountain State Park than gaze at the surroundings (although that is reason enough to . . . Read more

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