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Silver Springs State Park, Ocala, Florida

During the winter months, state parks in Florida book up fast. It’s no surprise that Silver Springs State Park in Ocala, Florida was no different and we were only able to snag a one week stay here, likely because this park is amazing! We had a TON of space in between our campsite and our neighbors. Our site was a back-in and was absolutely huge, featuring...

Bahia Honda State Park, Florida Keys

This park is SUPER difficult to get a reservation for, especially during the winter.  We had to book 11 months to the second that the reservations opened on the website and the first day we couldn’t even get one.  We both had to sit with our computers hitting refresh constantly in order to get the reservation to go through.  It’s worth the...

Koreshan State Park, Estero, Florida

After staying at one of our favorite campgrounds, Fort De Soto County Park, we moved on to Estero, FL and stayed at Koreshan State Park.  The campsite isn’t nearly as big as what we previously had, but they are nice and secluded with brush lining the edges of each site.  Backing in was a bit tight as there are trees and shrubs lining the edge of the...

Fort De Soto County Park, St Petersburg, Florida

We had been looking forward to Florida for quite some time, mostly for the weather, but we had no idea that we were about to pull into one of our favorite campsites at Fort De Soto County Park in St. Petersburg, Florida.  We reserved one of the pull-through sites where we could easily fit two, maybe even 3 of our rigs end to end and still have plenty of room on...

Hanging out in Ithaca, New York

This is a sponsored post that contains affiliate links. The opinions expressed here are ours, however, we will receive a small commission if you decide to use our links. We had to make some adjustments to our schedule late this summer and one of those adjustments was to spend some time near Ithaca, New York.  Because of this, we were able to meet Eric Lindstrom...

Four Mile Creek State Park, Youngstown, New York

We were really looking forward to visiting Niagara Falls, NY and by staying at Four Mile Creek State Park we were only 15 minutes away.  Immediately upon arrival, we knew that this park was going to be very different from the previous two parks we stayed at since there were quite a few more people.  In fact, there were over 300 total spots in the park and...

Keystone State Park, Derry, Pennsylvania

After the breath of fresh air that was West Branch State Park, we continued our journey eastward and landed in Keystone State Park near Derry, Pennsylvania.  This park was also beautiful in its own right, but the spot we were in was much smaller than the spot we were coming from and the entire area was so saturated with water that it turned into a mud pit...

Visiting and Hiking Cuyahoga Valley National Park

It sure is nice to be back on the road and seeing new sights again!  We absolutely love spending time with family and friends and had a great time visiting Aaron’s parents while we were in Indiana, but the open road calls to us.  We’ve now begun what will likely be a two year adventure exploring the entire east coast and all of the states and...