Category Archives: Destinations

Ocean Lakes Campground, Myrtle Beach

John DiPietro: "Hi, everybody. This is John DiPietro for "Rollin' on TV" and in this segment we visit beautiful Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. We're staying at the great, fabulous, wonderful Ocean Lakes Family Campground, which is situated right on the Atlantic Ocean. Myrtle Beach is one city in an area called the Grand Strand, which…
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Lake Chelan in Washington

This highly recommended area in North Central Washington state, is full of areas to explore, learn about, taste and 'recreate'! Lake Chelan is more than 50 miles long and is a nirvana for water sports! The history of the area provides nice tourist attractions along with contemporary facilities, artwork, restaurants... and the climate is conducive…
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2019-03 – Lakewood Camping Resort in Myrtle Beach, SC

 Lakewood Camping Resort in Myrtle Beach, SC This family owned ocean-front campground was built in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in 1959.  At 19 years old, Don suggested to his dad that they build a campground. The state park was overflowing. So, they were the first campground in Myrtle Beach of its kind as it…
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Spooky Old Jail in Charleston, SC

Tours of the Old City Jail in Charleston, South Carolina deliver tales of the city’s dark history in the very halls of this (supposedly) haunted, historic landmark. This guided tour rates right up there with one of the BEST I have ever experienced. So, if you like history, with a side of SPOOKY, then this…
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Snowbirders find Tucson Perfect!

This is the time of year that many RVers head to warmer weather. This week we join Evanne Schmarder in Tucson... and what a great place to start - at the Tucson Visitors Bureau with Dan Gibson, Director of Communications for 'Visit Tucson'.  There is plenty to do and see in Tucson and Dan tells…
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Just My Cup of Tea!

Did you know that there is only ONE tea plantation in the entire United States of America? It’s true! The Charleston Tea Plantation, located just south of Charleston, South Carolina on Wadmalaw Island, producers of black and green tea, holds this very distinction! Upon learning that this working tea farm hosted complimentary tours, as well…
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Snowbirders find Tucson Perfect

Snowbirders find Tucson Perfect! This is the time of year that many RVers head to warmer weather. This week we join Evanne Schmarder in Tucson... and what a great place to start - at the Tucson Visitors Bureau with Dan Gibson, Director of Communications for 'Visit Tucson'.  There is plenty to do and see in…
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Planes, Trailers & Automobiles

I recently made a quick visit back to Texas; a state that, with its vast acres of aridness, reminds me a lot of Australia. Even the Texans, with their outspoken, gregarious ways are in many ways similar to Australians so I always feel right at home in the Lone Star State. Having driven over 30,000…
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Top 5 Tombstone AZ Tourist Tips

Perhaps the closest you will ever get to the rough and tumble, wild and woollydays of the Old West is a visit to Tombstone, Arizona. The dusty streets and wood-planked sidewalks make you feel as if you’ve been time-warped right back into the days of Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday. The town is full of…
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The 4 Amazing Lighthouses of the OBX

All eyes are on the east coast today as Hurricane Florence bears down on Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. This blog post is in honor of, or should I say, in DEFIANCE of Hurricane Florence. Yes, she succeeded in running us off of Hatteras Island, but not before we had the opportunity to…
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