One way to get away on vacation and combat cabin fever while still maintaining all (or most) of the comfort and safety of home is in a recreational vehicle. An RV is kind of like a little house on wheels and can take you anywhere the highways lead. There are fun things for you to see and do in your RV all over the country, but here are a few particularly intriguing RV trip ideas that you might never have thought of on your own.
Once you establish your camping spot at barn place Kieler WI, there are a number of interesting sights to see. Nature lovers will likely enjoy the sandstone formations at the Wisconsin Dells or the clear blue water of Devil’s Lake State Park. There are also manmade attractions catering to a wide variety of interests, such as the Milwaukee Art Museum and the Lambeau Field and Walk of Legends in Green Bay.
2. South Dakota
Best known for Mount Rushmore Natural Monument, South Dakota has so much more to offer the adventurous. It is home to 13 state parks and 43 recreation areas. Shaped by glaciers millions of years ago, eastern South Dakota is a migratory hub for both eastern and western bird species. In addition to Mount Rushmore and a score of manmade lakes and other tourist attractions, western South Dakota is home to Spearfish Canyon, the oldest such feature in the western United States, and according to some, the most magnificent, although others will always be partial to Arizona’s Grand Canyon.
Colorado is famous for being home to a portion of the Rocky Mountains, the most significant mountain range in the United States and North America. Here in Colorado, you will find Rocky Mountain National Park. This area offers spectacular views at all times of the year. However, snow in late spring or early summer is not unusual. If you want to avoid snow and cold, you should plan your trip for summer. However, for some, the snow-covered vistas represent one of the attractions of the area.