ONE RV ADVENTURE TO HAVE WITH YOUR KIDS IN EVERY STATE BEFORE THEY GROW UP

Image via Flickr/H. Micheal Miley

 

Alabama

Go to Space Camp. Rocket scientist Dr. Wernher von Braun wanted a place to inspire kids about space travel, and the result was Space Camp, where kids participate in simulated missions, experience what gravity feels like on the moon, and spin themselves silly on the multi-axis trainer.

 

Alaska

Go dogsledding. Whether you want to see the northern lights, explore Denali National Park or visit a glacier, get there by dogsled. The cold air in your face as you glide across the snow…there’s nothing else like it. Mush!

 

Arizona

Camp out in the Grand Canyon. But don’t stare at it for five minutes and then wonder, “Now what?” There are plenty of wonders waiting to be discovered inside the canyon. Climb down and explore, then spend the night under the stars at Mather Campground.

 

Arkansas

Dig for diamonds. Visit Crater of Diamonds State Park to find your own gemstones. It’s the only diamond-producing site in the world that is open to the public, so start digging!

 

California

 

Read More

KENTUCKY: HOME TO THE WORLD’S LARGEST BAT AND LONGEST CAVE

 

A state known for its bluegrass pastures, horses, fried chicken, baseball bats, and caves, Kentucky is rich in history, culture, and nature. A few weeks ago, we had driven right through the Bluegrass State on our way to visit family in Indiana. After our time in Indiana, we decided we couldn’t head north without first turning around to give Kentucky some love.

 

Read More

HONOR OUR VETERANS AT AMERICA’S MOST INSPIRING WAR MEMORIALS

 

We’ve planned some of the most beautiful destinations to remember our veterans. The sacrifices of our service members can be hard for the average civilian to comprehend and appreciate, but these war memorials use sculpture, architecture and intelligent planning to create evocative spaces for contemplation and remembrance.

 

World War II Memorial — Washington, D.C.

 

Read More