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Apr14

10 Hacks & Pastimes For Your Next Road Trip!

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Our Advice For the Best Road Trip Ever!

10 Hacks & Pastimes For Your Next Road Trip!

Our April theme is the road trip, a tradition as American as apple pie. Road trips can bring people together like nothing else, but if you’re going to cruise across the country, you’ll want to be prepared. When traveling with friends, family and/or kids, it can be difficult to keep everyone entertained and occupied for the long stretches this vacation requires. We’re going to take a look at 10 ways to pass the time on your asphalt adventure, and maybe even have some fun along the way.

Apr07

4 Must Do Tips & Tricks for Traveling with Pets!

Categories // Camping, Connections

A trip isn’t the same without your best buddy by your side!

4 Must Do Tips & Tricks for Traveling with Pets!

If we’re about to take the road trip vacation of our lives, don’t we want our best friend(s) by our side? The last thing you want on a long drive, however, is an anxious dog or cat. If you’re traveling with human family or friends, there are enough concerns to deal with. Luckily, we’re here to help. 

Mar31

TOP 10 Most Underrated U.S. Vacations

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Our Final Installation of the Best Trips To Take in 2017, Concludes with taking a look at some of our Nation’s Most Hidden Vacation Treasures!

TOP 10 Most Underrated U.S. Vacations

We’re finally here! Today we’re concluding our five-part series on the best vacations in the U.S. We’ll take a look at ten of the most underrated spots for travelers in the States, and some must-see destinations and landmarks along the way. Everyone knows the splendor of the Grand Canyon and the raw beauty of Yellowstone, but how about Sedona, AZ or the northern shore of Lake Superior? While we certainly suggest seeing everything this great country has to offer, taking the road less travelled is a great way to broaden your horizon and enhance your vacation experience.

Mar24

Get Lost in this Northern Minnesota Outdoor Lovers Paradise, stay at Soo Line Trail

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Start your Lake Adventure at Soo Line and create lasting memories

Get Lost in this Northern Minnesota Outdoor Lovers Paradise, stay at Soo Line Trail

Welcome to our fourth installment of our five-part series on the best vacation destinations in the U.S. Today we’ll take a trip to Midwest Outdoor Resorts’ Soo Line Trail Campground in Onamia, MN, minutes from world-renowned fishing in Lake Mille Lacs and an hour and a half north of the Twin Cities. Since we’re getting close to flip-flop weather, we’ll highlight some fun summertime activities around the resort.

Feb10

Tips for the Best Valentine's Getaways

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More time to connect with less stress- our tips for the best Valentine's Getaways.

Tips for the Best Valentine's Getaways

We’ve written before about how experiential gifts can create lasting memories and often bring people more happiness in the long-term- Gifts for Everyone On Your List On a Budget.  With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, you could do what everyone does and buy flowers, chocolates and go out for dinner, or you could turn your significant other’s world upside down. Weekend getaways aren’t only relaxing; they will almost certainly bring you closer as a couple. If you’re in a new relationship, or looking to rekindle some lost love, here are some tips for getting away this Valentine’s Day:

Jan20

Embracing the Cold & Catching the Big One!

Ice Fishing on Lake Mille Lacs

Embracing the Cold & Catching the Big One!

The 132,500-acre Lake Mille Lacs is the second largest inland lake in Minnesota (which is saying a lot). About 100 miles north of the Twin Cities, it offers a fantastic winter destination for the whole family (see here). Containing the smallest National Wildlife Refuge in the U.S. (two small islands in the middle of the Lake), Mille Lacs is home to a variety of wildlife, including deer, some bear, quail, grouse and pheasant.

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