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Best lobster shacks in New England

April 27, 2012 Lobster can be as passionate a topic in New England as politics, especially when it comes to one's favorite place to crack a claw and slurp succulent meat dipped in melted butter. Just in time for the summer tourist season, the May/June issue of Yankee magazine enlisted Mike Urban, author of the new Lobster Shacks: A Road-Trip Guide to New England's Best Lobster Joints (Countryman Press, $18.95, less at, to share 12 favorites. Six are in Maine. [Read More]

Welcome to Niagara Falls, Canada – Home to Campark Resorts Outdoor Destination!

April 26, 2012 Niagara Falls is renowned for its beauty and as a source of power to a large part of North America. Known as the most powerful waterfall in North America with a vertical drop of more than 165 feet the Canadian Horseshoe Falls is a sight to behold. It forms the unique International border between the [Read More...]

FREE! Celebrate National Park Week!

April 21, 2012
If you are lucky enough to have a little time for travel this week, then be sure to visit one of our fabulous national parks. It’s National Park Week! From April 21-29, ALL of our 397 parks will be offering FREE admission! Presented by the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation, this wonderful gift is a fabulous [Read More...]

America's Best Small Towns

April 19, 2012
The editors did't leave it up to personal favorites across the country, though. They enlisted geographic information systems company Esri to search its data base for towns in the lower 48 with high concentrations of cultural attractions that are more common in bigger cities, but only in places with a population of under 25,000. [Read More]

New York State Parks Adopt Smoke-Free Regs

April 17, 2012
The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation announced that it will create smoke-free areas in outdoor settings within state parks and historic sites where large numbers of people congregate, including around playgrounds and pools. “State Parks and Historic Sites should be healthy and clean places for our visitors, especially our youngest [Read More...]

Become a Junior Rancher in Montana!

April 16, 2012
If you are traveling to Montana this summer, you might consider a visit to the Grant-Kohrs National Historic Site. A working cattle ranch, Grant-Kohrs celebrates the life and legacy of the American cowboy and cattlemen. We visited this fabulous informative historic ranch about two years ago when we were driving home from Yellowstone National [Read More...]

Slideshow: Explore the War of 1812 in Maryland

April 11, 2012
The Bicentennial of the War of 1812, to be commemorated from 2012 to 2014, will mark the United States' second victory over Great Britain and the writing of "The Star Spangled Banner." Organizers say they plan the celebration to mark 200 years of peace and friendship with Great Britain. [Read more...]

LVM Resort aka Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort Set to Host 2 RV Rallies Next Week

April 10, 2012
Las Vegas-based LVM Resort will be hosting two RV rallies during the week of April 15, according to a press release. The Jewels Rally and the Delta Sierra Rally will overlap during their stay at the luxury motorcoach resort. The Jewels Rally, which is an Family Motor Coaching Association (FMCA) chapter, will take place from [Read More...]

Chow down at a Top 10 Steakhouse on your next roadtrip

April 6, 2012
Best-restaurant lists are common, but it's rare to see a nationwide list devoted to steakhouses.

So, cow-craving travelers, here's hoping you have no beef with this list, just out on Gayot uses experts and others to rate restaurants. [Read More]

As Elkhart's Electric Dreams Fizzle, RVs Come Back

April 3, 2012
Elkhart, Ind., is known as the RV capital of the world. The city suffered badly when the recession hit and demand for recreational vehicles all but screeched to a halt. That's when local and state leaders started looking for ways to bolster the area's manufacturing industry. [Read More]