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Kelly Barnett

RVers Guide To Las Vegas

RVers Guide To Las Vegas
While most people think of staying in the ritzy hotels of the strip when they consider visiting Las Vegas there are other places to stay…like RV parks and campgrounds! Where To StayBeing retired military, we recently stayed at the Desert Eagle RV Park on Nellis Air Force Base when we visited the Las Vegas area. Located in North Las Vegas, it was j...
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Lisa & Dan Brown

Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park, AR

Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park, AR
This past May, we slowly made our way from San Antonio, Texas, to Goshen, Indiana, for the Heartland Owners Club North American Rally. We stopped over for a few days at the small and quaint U.S. Corps of Engineers Willow Beach Campground in Willow Beach, Arkansas, at the Terry Lock and Dam. Our site was at the end of the road overlooking the Arkans...
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Sandra Crespo

Campground Review: Marquette Tourist Park, MI

Campground Review: Marquette Tourist Park, MI
We had the honor of staying here in exchange for an honest review and we ended up paying for an extra night on the day we were checking out because we loved it so much! Chuck made our check-in process super easy and quick. He was very helpful since he knew it was our first time in the area.We stayed here in our 44' Heartland 5th wheel toy haul...
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Kelly Barnett

Barney Smith’s Toilet Seat Art Museum

Barney Smith’s Toilet Seat Art Museum
Toilet seat artist, Barney Smith, turned 96 years old on May 25, 2017 (our 32nd wedding anniversary!) and has been creating his unique version of art for over 50 years.For many years Barney was a master plumber, which is how he came to find inspiration. One day, while on the job, Barney went to a plumbing supply house and happened across about fift...
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Guide To Booking Campgrounds for RVers

Guide To Booking Campgrounds for RVers
Planning an RV camping trip starts with booking the campground and looking for the right space for your RV. When you want to plan your trip, you can make the process easy by ensuring that you are ready for any situation that may arise.Set Up A Check ListBefore you book a campground, make a check list for each item and aspect of your trip. A check ...
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Jim Tanner

Campground Review: River Bend County Park, Oregon

Campground Review: River Bend County Park, Oregon
River Bend County Park is within the Linn County Park system in Oregon. Once you get off I-5, the drive is easy and relaxing as you get the chance to drive through some cute, small towns.Our Heartland Bighorn is approximately 37' long and includes slide-outs on both sides. When we make reservations, we need to be very aware of the dimensions o...
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Kelly Barnett

RV Tip: Stop and Smell the Roses

RV Tip: Stop and Smell the Roses
Before Michael retired from the Army our vacations were always so busy and hurried that by the time we got back home, and it was time to go back to work, we felt like we needed a vacation from our vacation!With that in mind, when we hit the road with our 2011 Heartland Landmark Key Largo, we vowed to take our time when we traveled and enjoy the sce...
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Anna

Campground Review: Flying Flags RV Resort & Campground

Campground Review: Flying Flags RV Resort & Campground
Quite a lot of things I loved about this RV park - from how pet friendly it is, to the people (of course), to its amenities.We stayed at Flying Flags for one week, arriving on a Sunday and leaving on the following Sunday. Checking in was pretty easy and they give you a freshly baked cookie when you do, yum! They assigned us our spot and it was...
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Anna

Campground Review: Anaheim RV Park

Campground Review: Anaheim RV Park
As always, my favorite thing was the people. The employees were truly great and very friendly. The most important thing to me was that they truly respected my work. When checking in, I was asking a few questions about the internet, and I was really happy that they have a paid option for quicker speeds. I didn't end up needing it, the free version w...
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Kelly Barnett

Campground Review: Capital City RV Park

Campground Review: Capital City RV Park
If you ever find yourself in central Alabama and need a place to stay…this is the place. There are a couple of other campgrounds in the area but, in our opinion, this is the nicest and safest.Located on the northeast side of Montgomery, Capital City RV Park is very quiet and well maintained. The owners have rules and enforce them but that's part of...
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