|This page was last edited 11/28/02|
This page consists of web sites for various travel areas in the United States. For now it is just a bunch of fun resources for your travels. As I find interesting ones I'll add them. Enjoy!
For campgrounds and state camping information see the camps page.
Your online guide to offbeat attractions... Roadside America (http://www.roadsideamerica.com)
National Parks travel guides. (http://www.natparks.com/)
Cruising America is a travel resource. (http://www.cruising-america.com)
Travel.org (http://www.travel.org) is a general travel information source.
State by state listings:
South Central Alaska is featured here (http://www.alaskaminers.com/biglakealaska/).
Arctic Tours - Want an unusual tour? Try this ecotour of the Arctic.
Arizona's Petrified Forest (http://www.southwest-usa.com/profiles/petrifiedforest.html) is an interesting site.
Arizona White Mountain Area (http://www.wmonline.com/) has some interesting scenery.
Crowley's Ridge National Scenic Byway runs 200 miles from St Francis (US Hiway 62) to Helena via 141 and 153. Chalk Bluff Park is also in this area off of County Road 368. Story in Good Sam Highways 02/00. State park is off of highway 141 near Jonesboro.
Baja California is always interesting. (http://www.sdro.com/mex.htm)
Colorado Adventure Guide appears to have quite a bit of info.
Durango, CO has their own site now at (http://www.durango.com/). Info about Durango area.
Colorado information here: (http://coloradoguide.com/recreation/index.cfm)
Buck Snort Restaurant An unusual restaurant in an unusual place. Colorado bound? Try this... oh! by-the-way you'd better have a four wheel drive to get there!
Rocky Mountain National Park is always a great place to visit. This is the National Park Service link.
Nature's Resort Florida is a campground in Florida.
Shipshewana, IN - appears to be a nice place to visit with a lot of camping facilities to use while visiting.
Renfro Valley, Kentucky's country music capital. Located south of Lexington on the way to Knoxville off of I-75.
Tickfaw State Park, 32 miles east of Baton Rouge is apparently quite the place.
Massachusetts' scenic Mohawk Trail in northwestern Massachusetts is a really nice area to visit. It is a 63 mile byway, State Route 2. It runs from Millers Falls on the Connecticut River near Orange, west to Williamstown near the Massachusetts-New York border.
Arrow Rock, Missouri has always been a quiet place to visit and enjoy camping in the state park there.
Branson, MO - The 'new' music capital. Well... at least a good place for entertainment.
Katy Trail - A trail that winds through Missouri and is available to bike on and there are numerous RV sites along the way.
(http://www.visitnewengland.com/newhamp/whitemts/outdoors/rock.htm) Rock climbing in New Hampshire's White Mountains. Here's another spot for info... (http://www3.sympatico.ca/jeff.smith1/franconia1.html).
Adrionack Mountain Club (http://www.adk.org/) The Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) is celebrating its 76th year dedicated to the protection and responsible recreational use of the New York Forest Preserve, parks and other wild lands and waters. The Club, founded in 1922, is a member-directed organization committed to public service and stewardship. ADK employs a balanced approach to outdoor recreation, advocacy, environmental education and natural resource conservation.
For those of you traveling to North Carolina... try the Outer Banks!
Alabaster Caverns State Park, OK appears to be a nice place to visit with relief from the hot weather under ground. Located near Freedom, OK about 20 miles south of Kansas state line.
Sturgis is of course the site of the annual motorcycle rally.
Virginia Outdoor Recreation has a valuable resource guide here.
Yellowstone Park News is an excellent resource for finding out what's going on in the Yellowstone area.
Vacation Wyoming is an excellent resource for more info on Wyoming.
Tidewater - A nice place in northernmost Ontario, Canada spot.
Monsonee, Ontario, Canada is another interesting place.
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