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Wilderness Lakes RV Resort – Menifee, Calif.

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(April 25, 2015) -- This resort is located very close to shopping centers with a wide variety of restaurants, cafés, fast food shops and similar mall stores. It is sited within an easy day's drive of the ocean, mountains, Los Angeles, San Diego, Temecula, wine, citrus and avacodo plantations and a wide variety of natural and man-made locations. One may easily drive by car to the Palm Springs area, Joshua Tree National Park, much of Southern California and to several Mexican border towns, to golf courses, shopping centers and casinos.

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SmartSpace cookware: Quality square pans that fit anywhere

The entire pot collection, minus the handle, fits into the unit stacked onto the RV kitchen shelf.

SmartSpace cookware defies traditional wisdom. The pots and pans are square, not round. Unlike round pans, they can easily fit in any cupboard or drawer -- right up to the corner -- without leaving gaping spaces. Plus, they are stackable, which allows a lot of cookware to be crammed into a relatively small space.

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Exceptional beach access at Camp Gulf in Destin, Fla.


The RV park sits right on the white sand beaches that make Destin, Fla., famous. The beach stretches for at least 50 yards before the crystal clear blue ocean begins. If you are able to leave the beach, the resort also offers a number of fine amenities, including two pools, one of which is covered and heated in winter months.

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Camp Verde RV Resort: Tall trees near the desert

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The park is located in the very heart of the Verde Valley where intriguing day trips abound to the Mogollon Rim, the Aqua Fria National Monument, Red Rock Country and Mingus Mountain abound. Travel the I-17 corridor south to Phoenix and north to Flagstaff to see the ecologically diverse and environmentally interesting Arizona habitats.

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SpeedClean BucketVac is a versatile cleaning tool

Jen - Bucket Head 1

This vacuum is perfect because there is plenty of power in the machine, but the best part is that it attaches to any five-gallon bucket. When you are not using the shop vac you can detach from the bucket, empty it and use the bucket for any other use.

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Thousand Trails Orlando makes great Florida base camp

Bryanna - TT Orlando 1

Thousand Trails Orlando it is a great campground and an awesome way to meet other families and RVers. With more than 800 sites and in the peak winter season, the resort is usually full. Visitors will need to contend with issues regarding water or electricity when staying there.

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Sunshine Key RV Resort — A gateway to the Florida Keys

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Grab your bathing suit and get ready for relaxation. Whether you prefer the setting of the tiki hut pool or want to take a dip in the salt water, your adventure awaits you! Located directly on the ocean, the Sunshine Key RV Resort offers plenty of sun and fun.

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Midway Campground – A quaint spot near Big Cypress

Jen - Midway 3

This quaint 26-site campground is open year round with 10- to 14-day stay limits depending on the time of year. Most of your time will be spent out exploring the many natural attractions but this is a great place to relax after a long day out.

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Caves, go-karts, donuts make Raccoon Mountain special

Bryanna - Raccoon Mountain 1

Raccoon Mountain is an RV campground that is located at the bottom of Raccoon Mountain. If you didn’t know you were going there, you wouldn’t be able to find it! It is a great campground in an awesome location with a nice staff and some place I would highly recommend.

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GMC Class A – Built to be a motorhome

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Several different floor plans were developed for the 23 and 26 foot models. Both models have dual rear wheels, but not dual axles. Two rear wheels on each side are placed one in front of the other as is necessary to carry the 10,000 to 12,000 pounds of vehicle and load. Regardless of whether you are in the market to purchase a GMC motorhome or not, both the 23- and 26-foot models are worth more than a glance to see how a motorhome should be built.

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BAL’s X-Chock stabilizes RVs on site

Jen - BAL X Chock 1

When it came to wheel chocks, we invested a little more money and are very happy with our purchase of the BAL X Chocks. They secure our wheels during our stay and prevent movement that puts pressure on the front stabilizer legs when hooking up and unhooking our truck and trailer.

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