What are you looking for in a vacation? If fishing, roller coasters, and sunny weather are on your list, consider Kissimmee South RV Resort. Nestled about 40 miles south of Orlando, Kissimmee South makes a good home base for visiting the area's attractions. From Walt Disney World to airboat tours, there's plenty to do.
The hub of Northeast Florida, Jacksonville is known as the River City by the Sea. Though settled inland, Jacksonville's suburbs extend out to great Atlantic Ocean beaches. While the city may not be flashy, there are plenty of attractions in Jacksonville just waiting to be uncovered.
San Antonio is a city that doesn't sell itself on short trips. In this South Texas hub, you'll want to plan an extended stay to experience all the city's cultural attractions. At Traveler's World RV Resort, you'll find wonderful accommodations and amenities for all ages just three miles from downtown, near world-famous attractions like The Alamo, and River Walk.
It may be cold where you are, but that means spring break is just around the corner. Busy children and college students look forward to trading in the chilly weather for warm sunshine during this week-long break. This year, consider these lively destinations
From February 27 - March 8, 2020, Plant City will be brimming with guests from all over the state of Florida and beyond to enjoy award-winning music artists, riveting agriculture and livestock demonstrations, thrilling fair rides, craft fair shopping and, of course, juicy red strawberries.
Spring may not be in the air quite yet, but it's nearly time for baseball spring training! During this exciting time of year, we get a small taste of what's to come with Major League Baseball teams gearing up for America's favorite pastime.
The sun-drenched landscape of California wine country is one of America's most scenic spots. Just imagine lush rows of ripening grapes and sloping valleys, with foothills and mountains looming in the distance. That's what awaits you at Vines RV Resort in Paso Robles, California.
Some of the most popular events that bring visitors flocking to Florida each year happen in March. It's a ideal time for northerners to escape winter's chill and it's still peak season for snowbirds, so it's hard not to find a reason to travel to the Sunshine State and experience some of these unforgettable festivals and events.