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10 Great Winter Sleigh Rides In Minnesota

We’ve compiled a list of some great sleigh rides in Minnesota. From the Twin Cities area all the way up to the North Shore, taking a winter sleigh ride is something that’s fun for families and lovebirds alike. If you ...

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100-Year Anniversary of L.L. Bean Flagship Store

It sounds preposterous, but it’s true. The L.L. Bean flagship retail store in Freeport, Maine opened for business 100 years ago on August 18, 1917. That’s interesting, worth note and even celebration, but it does not even come close to ...

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You Need to Check Out The Marshmallow Cart

Visiting the Marshmallow Cart in Portland, Maine Most days – nearly every day it’s not catering an event – The Marshmallow Cart is found on a street corner in a park in Portland, Maine. Co-founder Madison Gouzie’s specialty are made-to-order s’mores ...

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Road Trip $2 Food Challenge – Maine Edition

It’s now become part of 50 Campfires Field Trip tradition. As Nick and Clint travel the various regions of the country, they’re stopping at convenience stores and gas stations. Most present them with new foods and flavors they’ve never tried ...

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The Appalachian Trail – You Don’t Have To Thru-Hike

Appalachian Trail – Most Well-known in National Trail System Okay. The Appalachian Trail is the most well-known trail in the U.S. National Trail System. Though the current trail is approximately 2170 miles in length, those who hike the whole thing ...

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“This Nissan Pathfinder Climbed Mt. Washington”

Team 50 Campfires and their decked out rig tackle the Mount Washington Auto Road. You don’t know what that is? Buckle up and hang on tight. It’s an exciting ride you don’t want to miss! As you sit at the ...

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Natchez State Park – Natchez, MS

Located in southwest Mississippi 10 miles north of historic Natchez is Natchez State Park. The park’s claim to fame happened in 1992, when someone pulled an 18.15lb largemouth bass from the lake, setting a new state record that still stands. ...

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The Fontainebleau State Park Lodge: Review

Fontainebleau State Park has secret that I want to let you in on. There is a lodge there that was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1937. It’s epic, sleeps 10, and you can stay there. The Fontainebleau State ...

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Fontainebleau State Park – Mandeville, LA

Fontainebleau State Park contains the ruins of an old sugar mill that was built in 1829. Bernard de Marigny de Mandeville founded and named the town after himself, and became very wealthy in the process. The park still contains ruins ...

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Lake Chicot State Park Cabins: Review

The Lake Chicot State Park Cabins are among the nicer cabins you’ll find in a state park. There are 14 cabins situated next to the lake. Half of them are on the water with their docks. The cabins were well ...

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