Posts Tagged ‘Virginia Travel’

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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If you didn’t know it by now, Virginia has largest variety of attractive cool places for travel with kid. Not just museums but has truly cool things to do, places to visit, and breathtaking experiences.

To start with the palpable, Virginia’s theme parks provide to all ages but can be the most fun, perhaps, for teenagers looking for an excitement. They’ll get their kicks on rides like the speedy new Intimidator 305 at Kings Dominion or the stomach-in-your-throat free-fall drop of Griffon at Busch Gardens

LibertyMountain Snowflex Centre is one of the hottest things for kids are the chance to ski during the summer. Virginia has some more attractive cool opportunities, too. The Virginia Safari Park in Natural Bridge 

is way cool. There, the animals rove free and you ride through their habitat on a tractor-drawn wagon. Armed with a bucket of grain, you can feed the residents as you ride. Don’t be worried, but there are tigers and cheetahs, too separate from the general population, sure. You’ll also see free-flight birds, and can feed giraffes from their height. It’s an ideal place to spend the day.

One of the excellent electrifying places for the smallest family member is the Children’s Garden at Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens. Several acres have been dedicated to hands-on agriculture, treehouse fun, and water play. The treehouse is almost certainly unlike anything you’ve ever seen. You might just want to make one of your own! Never fear no one actually has to climb a tree; kids and families of all abilities can soar above the garden in this magical look-out. See the calendar for special family programming and events.

For more info, check out the Cool Places for Kids


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Opposite from the frontage way in of Disneyland is an further beautiful theme park, California Adventure. You can’t miss (during visit of this park) the scale model of the Golden Gate bridge marking the entry way. I was looking forward to the attractions, shows and experiences that would welcome us back to our home state.

When we were there and passed the Golden Gate bridge, we paused. This more than an enjoyment park.  It was a welcome home moment. We waited in line for a long time for a seat on the Soaring California ride. Once inside we strapped into a chair lift seat, hovering under a hang glider. We were gently raised airborne and the screen in front of us place it all into viewpoint. 

At one more magnetism we pursued the giant ant trail down into the catacombs of a very special show. This was 3D amusement. Tiny butterflies moved toward very close to welcome us. Every so often, pieces projected into our space.

The finaly we say that it was great fun. We were really enjoy there and It was a great adventure back home.

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Check the crazy rock formations Chris Sharma climbs in this video recording. Hooked to bouldering, deep-water performing, and sport climbing, the Santa Cruz native spends 11 months a year in exotic locales, hanging off unbelievable hunks of rock sculpted by centuries of erosion.

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