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Top Pumpkin Patches in Minnesota

The best pumpkin patches are the ones that have more to offer in the way of activities, than just pumpkin picking. All of these top pumpkin patches in Minnesota do that plus much more!  Center Creek Orchard in Fairmont, MN is filled with activities for fall family fun.  They are open weekends in Sept and Oct and have a u-pick pumpkin patch and u-pick apple orchard.  Visitors can enjoy hayrides, a bounceland, super slide, barrel rides and much, much more.  Visit their website for more information. www.centercreekorchard.com Afton Apple Orchard in Hastings, MN  have a wonderful pumpkin patch that sits on over 200 acres of land.  They also feature u-pick . . . Read more

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Top Parks to Camp in Ontario in the Fall

Ontario is known for its beautiful fall foliage and this time of year it starts to hit its peak.  Where are the best places to view and camp at this fall? We’ve got a list of a few to check out.                 Known for its 100m high Mazinaw Rock, this archaic rock features unique markings called aboriginal pictographs.  These markings stem from the ….era and were likely inscribed by …..                 The park itself features plenty of outdoor activities, still enjoyable in the fall.  Canoeing and . . . Read more

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Best Fall Camping Recipes

There are good and bad things about camping in the fall.  The bad or not so enjoyable parts can be the unpredictable weather and not as many outdoor activities or destinations being open.  However, the good parts about fall camping include the beautiful scenery and changing fall colors, cooler temperatures to enjoy more outdoor activities, and cool nights spent around a campfire.  Perhaps the BEST part is the cool weather recipes meant to warm you up from the inside out.  Here are some delicious fall camping recipes to try on your next camping trip. Campfire baked apples http://familyspice.com/baked-apples-campfire-style-3/#rec-anchor   Campfire chili . . . Read more

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Top Camping Decorations for Halloween

If you haven’t started decorating for Halloween yet, what are you waiting for?!?!  Unless, it’s because you have no idea how to decorate your camper or campsite for the spooky holiday? If this is true, then you are in luck, because we’ve got some great ideas for Halloween crafts and decorations to spruce up your campsite!  Crafts I’m starting with the fun and easy Halloween crafts because you can use a lot of these as decorations when finished! Check out these great spooky craft ideas that are fun for the whole family. Egg carton bats Paper plate ghosts Pinecone spiders Glow in the dark pumpkins Decorations Decorating for Halloween can be easy, fun, and cheap . . . Read more

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Top Pumpkin Patches in Houston

Pumpkin patches are everywhere you turn! But which ones are the best ones to take your family to? We’ve got a list of the top Pumpkin Patches in Houston. Dewberry Farms A local favorite for many is Dewberry Farms in Brookshire, Texas.  It is open weekends starting September 30th through November 11th, 2017.  They offer a slew of activities for the whole family including a corn maze, hayrides, train rides, a zip line, and a barnyard filled with cute farm animals.  Take a walk through their Pumpkin Hollar which is a dark and spooky trail lined with over 500 lighted pumpkins! Then grab a bite to eat and watch the fireworks on Saturday, Oct 21st.  Cost to get in is . . . Read more

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Top 5 Reasons to Winterize Your RV

Winter is coming… It’s an important phrase in HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones’, but also when it comes to RV maintenance! If you don’t properly winterize now, you may come to regret it once spring rolls around. Instead of getting on the road quickly for your vacation, you’ll have to spend precious time getting everything back in working order. As they say, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Keep on reading for five reasons why winterizing your RV is so important! Water Lines When water freezes and turns into ice, it expands - science 101! If you leave water in the pipes of your RV during winter and it freezes, you could be looking at big trouble, . . . Read more

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A cost effective way to enter the RV lifestyle.

  Buying a used RV can be a cost-efficient way to enjoy the RV lifestyle within a budget that works for you! But purchasing a used RV can come with its own unique set of challenges, like gauging the extent of everyday wear and tear, detecting malfunctions, and identifying damage sustained by previous owners. So if you're looking to buy a pre-owned RV, be sure you're satisfied with your selection .   You can be confident that Triangle RV inspects each used RV that comes on our lot. It doesn’t leave here until it goes into our shop for a full safety inspection that includes propane, electrical and plumbing systems. Your propane tank will be certified and filled, . . . Read more

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Fall Camping 101

Just because fall is here doesn’t mean that weekends spent camping has to end, especially in Texas. There is still plenty to enjoy outdoors as summer comes to an end.  Here is your quick guide to fall camping. Fall Camping Activities Autumn is a favorite time of year for many; the weather is cooler, the leaves begin to change on the tress, and attractions and campgrounds tend to be less crowded.  Some fun fall activities to check out in East Texas include fall festivals, challenging hikes, and scenic fall foliage drives.  Fall Camping in Texas means cooler temperatures during the day and much cooler temperatures in the evening.  You’ll need to make sure you pack . . . Read more

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