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Spring in the Smokies

Much of the Smoky Mountains is dormant during the winter months, but come springtime it’s the best place to be outdoors.  Here are some of the top things to do in spring in the Smokies. Outdoor Activities There is so much to see and do in the Smoky Mountains and surrounding communities that most people don’t know where to begin.  It seems that one of the most popular activities to do in spring is to hike the over 800 miles of trails.  The trails all range in difficulty and all lead to a different part of the Smoky Mountains.  Some of the more popular places to hike to are Rainbow Falls, Clingman’s Dome, and Cades Cove.  Rainbow Falls is one of the many . . . Read more

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Must Download Travel Apps 2017

There are hundreds of travel apps out there to help you with all aspects of your travels. We’ve got a list of the top apps to download this year. SAS Survival Guide- this app has all the information you need to survive out in the wilderness in case you get stranded.  It shows you how to start a fire, how to signal with Morse code, how to change a flat tire, and hundreds of other survival skills.  This app is a must have when traveling alone or with your family. Yuggler- this is a new app that can help tremendously if you are traveling with kids.  It uses your location and lists all the kid-friendly things to do near you.  All searches include photos and tips from other . . . Read more

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Spring Break in Texas

Spring break is that time of year when college students take a mid-semester break from their studies and set out to let loose and have a little fun. And it’s no secret that the most popular destinations are the coastal cities with warm sun and sandy white beaches.  But, spring break is not just for the college students anymore.  Many families are seizing the opportunity to turn spring break into a family vacation too. So, where do you take the family on spring break to avoid the college crowd? We’ve got a list of a few fun, family-friendly places in Texas for your spring break. Fossil Rim Wildlife Center Have you ever wanted to wander among some . . . Read more

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Spring Break in the Smokies

All over the country, schools are beginning to take their spring break vacations.  If you are in need of ideas of what to do during your week off then look no further than the Great Smoky Mountains.  There is so much to do and see that you can plan a fun filled vacation for the entire family. Check out what’s fun for spring break in the Smokies this year. There are two big destinations in the Smoky Mountains that draw many visitors: Pigeon Forge, and Gatlinburg; and both for good reason. There are so many different activities and attractions for people of all ages. Let’s start with Pigeon Forge. Pigeon Forge Probably one of the most visited destinations . . . 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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RV Flea Market: Every Saturday in April

The RV Flea Market is almost here and we are getting excited! We will have our flea market open this year every Saturday in April. That's right - this year you can bring your camper and camping gear to sell (for FREE) every weekend! And, if you are looking for a great deal on furniture, hitches, accessories and pre-owned RVs, you can find it all at flea market prices! Here are the details! Where: Setzer's World of Camping When: EVERY Saturday in April, 9am-5pm Cost: FREE! What can you sell? Any camper or camping gear that you no longer need. If you are looking to buy a used RV, we also have financing options available.  And, if you get a little hungry as you are selling . . . Read more

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Your local dealership may not have what you are looking for, but your Personal RV Shopper is standing by ready to access more than 25,000 RVs to find your perfect camper.    Refine your search: increase your search radius to search additional locations near you. . . . Read more

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Top RVing Destinations in 2017

Redwood National Park- California.  Home to the tallest trees on Earth, Redwood National Park offers an array of different environments; from vast prairies to enchanting woodlands, and scenic riverways. There are also over 40 miles of pristine coastline that draw people to the water’s edge.  Over 200 miles of hiking trails wind throughout that offer a calm and serene adventure through the wilderness.  Crescent Beach Overlook is one popular destination within the park where park goers hike to take in the picturesque views of the cliffs and to swim and walk along the shoreline.  Camping throughout the park is available at four designated campgrounds. Backcountry camping . . . Read more

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