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The folks at Go Rving remind us that June is Great Outdoors Month:
This June offers a special occasion to hit the road in an RV. By proclamation of President George W. Bush, June is Great Outdoors Month. This is the 4th annual Great Outdoors Month celebration, proclaimed as a means to celebrate the rich blessings of America’s natural beauty and to highlight a commitment to protecting our environment so that we can leave our children and grandchildren a healthy and flourishing land for outdoor enjoyment. The Presidential proclamation states, ‘Through recreational activities such as fishing, skiing, biking, and nature watching, we can teach our young people about the wonders of our Nation’s landscapes. Experiencing our Nation’s natural splendor contributes to healthier lives for our citizens and a deeper appreciation for the great outdoors.’ Source
Here are some RV roadtrips and attractions you might want to consider…
U.S. Travel Center — pick a state, pack your RV, and enjoy the ride!
Theme Park Insider — most of the major theme parks are included here, with an emphasis on the Disney parks.
Cruise America’s Vacation Ideas — if you don’t have an RV yet, rent one here and set your course for adventure!
Very Weird Amusement Parks — for those who like to visit places that are “off the beaten path”.
Fun National Landmarks — brought to you by the folks at Hampton Inn… pick a state, and point your compass toward fun!
Motorhome Magazine’s “Offbeat Retreats” — tired of the national parks?… These lesser-known parks offer wilderness, adventure — and seclusion.
RV Travel Camping Journal — choose your state, or a national park, or national monument, or another historic site from this list compiled by RVers.
Factory Tours USA — Celebrate American imagination and industry… this site features 486 different factory tours — and counting.
Roadtrip America’s Scenic Drives — here are some of the most beautiful road trips in the country.
Roadtripping To Baseball Parks — is there a baseball fan in your family?… visit the parks of your favorite major league teams.
Explore America’s Byways — you don’t always have to have a specific destination in mind… getting there is half the fun!
Over the past several years, I've been involved with transporting RVs, renting RVs, and fulltime RVing (months at a time). I'm fortunate to have had a number of different RVs available to me to try out — which has enabled me to experience the nuances of RVing firsthand. When I'm not RVing, you can find me at the corner of Good News & Fun Times as publisher of The Fun Times Guide (32 fun & helpful websites).