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Rhode Island’s Best Lodging

Gurney’s Newport Resort

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Whispering Pines Campground

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Kagels Cottages

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Oakleaf Family Campground

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Rustic Private Island Cabin

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Bowdish Lake Campground

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Holiday Acres Campground

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Ayoho Campground

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Walter Pike

Pennsylvania’s Best Lodging

The Shawnee Inn

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The Brown House

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Kozy Rest Kampground

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Fernstone Treehouse

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Lake In Wood Resort

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Lake Raystown Resort

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Keen Lake’s Hermit Island

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The Gateway Lodge

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Black Bear Cabins

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This One Of A Kind Kayak Tour Is The Ultimate Way To Enjoy Summer

Looking for an unforgettable experience? Look no further.  The Fireworks Tour at Kayak Chicago is the perfect combination of adventure and relaxation. It’s this reason the tour has become one of the most popular, with kayak enthusiasts traveling from all over the world to take part in this amazing float.

This legendary tour lasts 3 hours and is only available on Wednesday and Saturday nights from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

The tour begins near the North Branch of the Chicago River, on the peaceful back channel of Goose Island.  From there you will travel down stream through the heart of Chicago past some of the most iconic buildings on Earth!

The trip takes you through a gorgeous passage, known as skyscraper canyon.

The views in this area are breathtaking to say the least!

Finally you arrive just past Lake Shore Drive, in time for the amazing Fireworks Spectacular at Navy Pier! Their fireworks display is fantastic, and its even more breathtaking from a kayak!

After the fireworks show, enjoy a snack and a leisurely paddle back to the dock to disembark from your kayak.

This is a perfect tour for both the novice and experienced kayaker!

A Chicago River kayaking tour is an intimate and active alternative to the city’s many boat tours.

Kayak Chicago has been providing amazing tours since 1999 and is one of the Midwest’s premier kayak/paddleboard tour destinations.  If an urban adventure is what you crave, than Kayak Chicago is the place for you.

Several other tours are also available, more information can be found by clicking here.

South Carolina’s Best Lodging

Pier Cabins At Santee State Park

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Round Cabins At Barnwell State Park

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Mountain Rest Cabins and Campground

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Treehouse Log Cabin

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Log Cabin in the Woods

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Foothills Log Cabin

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Southern Charmed Cozy Log Cabin

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You Can Camp Inside This Incredible Cave For A Night You Won’t Forget

Camping is an incredibly popular activity and,  every year thousands of people, pack up their tents and spend the night under the stars.  There’s not much better than sitting next to a campfire, with friends and family.  Camping becomes even more memorable when you pitch your tent beside a beautiful mountain, or next to a meandering stream.  But, if your looking for an unforgettable camping experience, you can take your tent underground.

This underground camping experience takes you deep into  Cumberland Caverns and offers an incredible adventure!

This unique trip provides a great camping experience both inside and outside the cave.

These overnight adventures range in price from $47 to $160 per person.  The price includes a guided tour and breakfast.

If you book two nights in a row you get an experience underneath the stars and the ground, topped off with a daily walking tour, breakfast, bonfire meals and the Rocky Topper Adventure Tour.

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The cave maintains a consistent year round temperature of 56 degrees, so you won’t be to hot or cold.

There are more than a dozen different tour options available, and daily tours depart every hour between 9 and 5.

Guided tours last 90 minutes, and the guides do an excellent job detailing the history of the cave.

The more adventurous members of your group may enjoy one of the fantastic adventure tours, available daily by reservation only.  My personal favorite is Higgenbotham’s Revenge.  These tours last about 3.5 to 4 hours and take you into sections of the cave very few have every explored.

Cumberland Caverns is located at 1437 Cumberland Caverns Road in McMinnville Tennessee, and more information can be found by clicking here.

 

 

This Incredible Waterfall Park Is A Dream Come True For Nature Lovers!

Located on the Falling Water River, this day-use park is noted for its natural beauty and four waterfalls that cascade down from over 250 feet in elevation. The last of these falls is the most spectacular, plunging more than 130 feet into the gorge. The area was originally populated by Native Americans of the Cherokee, Creek and Chickasaw tribes. These tribes used the land as a hunting ground until the late 19th century when a gristmill and sawmill began operating on the river. The Falling Water River was used to generate hydroelectric power for the city of Cookeville from 1928-1944. In 1973, the territory became a designated Tennessee State Natural Area, protecting the diverse forest and aquatic habitats.

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Burgess Falls State Park offers several activities for family and friends to enjoy year-round. Fishing is popular below the dam and the main waterfall along the bank and at the fishing pier. There are no public boat ramps or canoe/kayak access areas in the park. A large covered pavilion equipped with grills and tables can be reserved for large groups and has a scenic view of the river. Additional picnic areas, most with grills, are conveniently located to restrooms and a playground is nearby. None of the picnic tables are equipped with water spigots and all are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Swimming is not permitted.

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The River Trail/Service Road Loop is a moderately strenuous hike taking visitors past the waterfalls. The waterfalls are 20’ cascades, 30’ upper falls, 80’ middle falls, and 136’ lower falls in height. Most people prefer to hike back to the parking lot along the service road. The half-mile Ridge Top Trail is very scenic with views down the main canyon of Falling Water River. All trails are foot trails. Please note: there is no access to the gorge and the staircase that leads to the main falls is inaccessible and will remain closed until further notice. The overlook is open and offers impressive views.

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While the park is popular for its waterfalls, wildlife and wildflower viewing, the Native Butterfly Garden, adjacent to the upper parking area, is easily accessed and provides striking native wildflower displays.

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During the summer, Burgess Falls offers Junior Ranger Camps to local youth. Each week-long camp is geared toward specific age groups and led by park rangers. The camps are a fun, hands-on way for kids to learn environmental education and experience the park’s many natural resources.

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Burgess Falls is a day-use park with spring through autumn being the most popular time to visit. Guests may want to consider visiting on a weekday, when the park may not be as busy.

Burgess Falls State Park is located at 4000 Burgess Falls Drive Sparta, TN 38583.

Mississippi’s Best Lodging

MJ Cabins

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Seminary Canoe And Cabin Rental

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Thunder Ridge

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Creekside Cabin

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Lake Tiak-O’Khata Cabins

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Lazy Leaf River Estate

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The Cabins at Brookside Barn

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Waterfall Cabin

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