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Lights on Jeater Bend in Celebration, Florida

Lights on Jeater Bend is an all-singing-and-dancing street wide Christmas light display that runs every night throughout the Holiday Season. If you’re visiting Orlando for the Holidays, put this on your nice list! The 2019 season is held 6pm to 9:30pm from the evening of Thanksgiving, November…

Oregon SolarFest 2017

Did it really happen? Six exciting and crazy days leading up to the ultimate 2 minutes and 9 seconds of Totality. For us here at Families on the road, these last few days volunteering at the festival have been nothing short of amazing. Our…

RV Financing: 101

Are you ready to begin your RV Lifestyle? Learning about how RV dealer financing departments work can make getting approved much easier! Now that you have chosen the perfect RV for your family, it’s time to deal with the dreaded finance department. Many dealers…

VENTURE STRATUS WOWS AT OPEN HOUSE

It’s hard to miss: the all-new Venture Stratus is bright, brave and bold, with attention-grabbing looks and edgy interior stylings that stand out in the lightweight segment. Unveiled at this year’s 2018 Open House to rave reviews, the Stratus is travel trailer eye-candy, in…

JELLYSTONE PARK IN NATURAL BRIDGE STATION OFFERS A HAUNTED TRAIL AND OTHER HALLOWEEN-THEMED ACTIVITIES EVERY WEEKEND IN OCTOBER

October 31 is still a few weeks away, but families can celebrate Halloween every weekend in October at the Jellystone Park Camp-Resort in Natural Bridge Station, Virginia. Activities include pumpkin painting and Halloween-themed crafts, costume and campsite decorating contests, trick-or-treating, Halloween DJ dances with…

FLORIDA ASSOCIATION OF RV PARKS & CAMPGROUNDS IDENTIFIES PARKS THAT CAN ACCOMMODATE HURRICANE FLORENCE EVACUEES

TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Sept. 13, 2018 — The Florida Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds has identified campgrounds and RV parks with space available for Hurricane Florence evacuees. “Most of Florida’s campgrounds and RV parks have availability at this time of year and are ready…

Air Travel for Families on the Road

Since the start of our Full-time family travels over 10 years ago, we mostly visited the United States via the RV, using campground memberships, State and National parks and free boon docking locations. As our family got older, our interests in International travel grew,…

European Campers are the coolest. Wish we could get them in the US.

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Spotlight City: San Antonio, Texas

The History In 1691, when Europeans began exploring the area of present-Day San Antonio, they encountered indigenous people known as the Payaya. The Papayaya called the local river yanaguana, meaning “refreshing waters”. The Spanish newcomers arrived on the feast day of Saint Anthony of…

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