THESE THEME PARKS ARE THE MOST THRILLING VACATION DESTINATION FOR KIDS AND KIDS-AT-HEART!

Nothing gets the kids more excited than a trip to the amusement park, and America’s got some great ones. But that kind of vacation can get very expensive, really fast. The good news is that an easy way to save money is to skip the hotels and restaurants and stay in your RV instead. Even more good news is that many theme parks actually have their own campgrounds, or are at least located near one. This is a list of some of our greatest campground-friendly amusement parks.

 

Wisconsin Dells Mt. Olympus Water and Theme Park & Noah’s Ark

 

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Wisconsin Dells isn’t the name of a park; it’s a city. And it’s on this list because it has the highest concentration of water parks anywhere on the planet, making it the self-entitled “Waterpark Capital of the World.” There are seven water parks in the city, both indoor and outdoor, which makes this a viable option for any time of year. And in case you get tired of playing in the water, there’s adventure parks, mega-arcade centers, lots of outdoor attractions and a vibrant downtown. There are plenty of campgrounds in the area, including many RV parks. We love Bonanza Campground, with its secluded forest campsites and awesome deals on passes to parks with 2-night stays, and Holiday Shores, which is almost a waterpark in and of itself, with its lake complete with jet skis and a floating playground.

 

Dollywood

 

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ENJOYING THE RV LIFESTYLE WITH YOUR FAVORITE GROUPS

RVing – everyone knows it’s great for families and couples, but it’s great for groups too.  A few weeks ago, our local car club got together for a fun-filled weekend with friends and family at Cotile Lake in Boyce, LA.

 

 

We went to the Cajun Nationals Car and Truck Show to help support the Food Bank of Louisiana, not to mention enjoy the hot rods. There were hundreds of cars and lots of great food.

 

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HIT THE ROAD ON ONE OF THESE ICONIC AMERICAN SUMMER ROAD TRIPS

 

Inspired to take a road trip now that summer is finally here, but not sure where to go? Now’s the time to hit the road and discover all that America has to offer with one of these classic summer RV road trips!

 

  1. Route 66

 

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