Archive for September, 2010

Virginia towns like Front Royal, Luray and Waynesboro, closest to the National Park, offer abundance of magnetisms themselves. There’s adequate history here to keep Civil War buffs busy for weeks! You’ll also find calm RV campgrounds in those towns, like Country Waye Luray RV Resort, Waynesboro North 340 Campground and Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Resort – Luray. Three of Shenandoah National Park’s campgrounds are designed to accommodate RVs, giving you a choice of picturesque camping venues. Use the NPS and choose a campground, and be sure to make the reservations before you go.

There are lots of options which are helpful to make your make your trip more enjoyable and comfortable. Just visit the RV-Travel and make sure your trip amusing and stress-free.


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The Fall Gauley River Season has finally entered. We welcome back many friends who make the annual pilgrimage to raft the top ranked Gauley River each year. The Upper Gauley is wild and unpredictable, that’s why we highly recommend it. You have to be able to react quickly and respond properly in any given situation that may occur. It’s okay to get another notch on your whitewater belt on the Lower Gauley as a refresher prior to tackling the intense Upper Gauley. Don’t let your friends talk you into something you may not be ready for. It’s an amusing and challenging experience also and maybe a little more forgiving. All in all, choose your river trip sensibly and have a ball!

For more info about rafting please check the raftinginfo.com.

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