Museum of Appalachia: Let the Past Touch Your Soul

After setting up camp at Clinton/Knoxville North KOA, we drove less than a mile to the Museum of Appalachia, a recreated Appalachian community. Strolling through the village, it’s easy to imagine we’re living in Appalachia of yesteryear, cutting firewood, tending livestock, mending a quilt, or simply rocking on the porch, enjoying the glorious views. The […]

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Oldest Store in America: The Old Country Store and Museum

The Old Country Store and Museum in Moultonborough, New Hampshire, is a rural institution that has become as much a Lakes Region tourist attraction as a neighborhood hangout. The Holden family, which operates the establishment, claims it is the oldest general store in the country and has records dating back to 1781. That’s 235 years old! […]

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Relive & Explore The Past In Public Lands Of New Mexico

Relive the Wild West, explore exotic cultures, return to the dawn of recorded history, and travel back to prehistoric times. Glance into the future exploring the solar system and far beyond. And enjoy camping, hiking, biking, fishing, boating, birding, picnicking, photography, stargazing and much more. You can do all this and more for bargain prices […]

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