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  • 6 Creative Hacks for RV Winter Storage

    Winterizing your RV is a chore, but our simple hacks for winter storage will help avoid any unpleasant surprises when you open the RV back up to get ready for camping next spring. RV Winter Storage Tips 1. Use Irish Spring to Keep Mice at Bay This common bar soap is a cost-effective repellent to mice, who can’t stand the strong smell. Cut up the bars and place them throughout your trailer. Especially target storage…

  • Paso Robles Harvest Wine Weekend

    Fall is a favorite season for many reasons, but in Paso Robles, California, there’s one clear reason. Fall signals the return of the annual Harvest Wine Weekend! Every October, the vineyards begin their harvests and the community joins in the celebration. From grape stomps to cave dinners, Harvest Wine Weekend has an occasion for everyone. Let us peak your interest in the California harvest with a few event highlights. Harvest Wine Weekend Events Harvest Dinner…

  • Fall Foliage in the Southeast

    The Southeastern U.S. is known for its football, soul food, and warm summer temperatures. But the region is also home to some of America’s best leaf-peeping spots. Come along as we explore fall foliage in the Southeast! Richmond (Virginia) Located one and half hours east of New Point RV Resort and Gwynn’s Island RV Resort, the historic Virginia capitol of Richmond offers fall color in an urban environment. Hiking up to the Church Hill Overlook…

  • The Bats of Bracken Cave

    It may not be Transylvania, but that isn’t stopping Bracken Cave from hosting the world’s largest bat colony! Bracken Cave This rocky cave near San Antonio, Texas is home to more than 15 million Mexican free-tailed bats. Once wild land, Bracken Cave was purchased by Bat Conservation International in 1991 to prevent urbanization threatening to take over the area. The organization now owns nearly 1,500 acres of land around the cave, ensuring a safe habitat…

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