Good Roadtrip/Camping Destinations

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  1. millercv

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    A friend and I are talking about going on a roadtrip and/or camping in the next couple of months (have a week of vacation I need to use). Does anyone have any reccomendations/favorite places?

    We will be departing either from North Alabama or Nashville, TN. and distance is not too much of a factor.

    So what are some sites that "must be seen" in the US?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Mark Brewer

    Mark Brewer Stunt Coordinator

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    Crater Lake in Southern Oregon, Camping is near there
    Mt ST Helens, Hey it's a Volcano
    The Columbia River Gorge,
    Mcminnville OR, Evergreen Aviation Museum Home of the Sproose Gouse.

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    Fort Stevens in North West Oregon by Astoria
     
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    I would suggest any national park. I'm partial to Acadia up in Maine. That way you can see all sorts of cool new england stuff from the revolution days.


    Also, Put-In-Bay in Ohio is a good place to camp and Cedar Point amusement park is only about an hour away.
     
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    Acadia NP fees to rise

    Acadia is a wonderful place. Take the ferry into Nova Scotia too, better yet, take you bike on the ferry and just bike around Nova Scotia. (Or go bouldering on there, sorry, I just saw a short film on bouldering in Nova Scotia).

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