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Mississippi Camping | Things to Do

Mississippi | Fun & Funky Things to Do

Mississippi is a beautiful state filled with fascinating destinations. This state has been the site of important points in American history and is filled with fun attractions. For those visitors that are looking for attractions and destinations that are maybe a little funky and always a lot of fun they will find plenty to do in Mississippi. Here are a few of the states fun and funky destinations.

Biedenharn Coca-Cola Museum

Located in Vicksburg, this museum commemorates the first bottle of Coca-Cola every produced. Visitors to this museum will see the types of equipment used to bottle the first ever Coca-Cola, as well as Coca-Cola memorabilia and more. This is an excellent museum to learn about one of our nation's iconic beverages.

Cotton Row

On the National Register of Historic Places, Cotton Rw is the second largest cotton exchange in the country. This district represents a very important piece of the country's cotton industry. The buildings in the Cotton Row Historic District are examples of the type used post-Civil War in the sale of cotton.

Mississippi Museum of Natural Science

Visitors to Jackson should be sure to stop and explore the wonderful exhibits at the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science. With both indoor and outdoor exhibits, including nature trails, which opens the natural environment of Mississippi to visitors and residents alike.

Choctaw Indian Fair

The Choctaw Indian Fair is a great destination for visitors to see a game of Stickball in person. Stickball is a Choctaw tradition, sometimes used to resolve disputes and played for fun. Today the tradition is kept alive and at the Choctaw Indian Fair visitors have the chance to watch a traditional game of Stickball as well as many other traditional arts and crafts of the Choctaw Tribe.

Ohr-O'Keefe Museum

Located in Biloxi, this museum displays the unique art of George E. Ohr. Throughout the museum visitors can see and learn about the important Mississippi. In addition, the museum buildings, designed by Frank Gehry, are a fun architectural experience.

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Missouri Camping | Quick Facts

factsMissouri Quick Facts

Uniquely Missouri: Hannibal, the childhood home of Mark Twain
Must-See: Ozark National Scenic Riverways
Most Unusual: Elephant Rocks State Park
Highest Point: Taum Sauk, 1,772 feet
Food to Try: Ozark Pudding

What to Do in Missouri:

1 Visit the historic Jesse James Home

2 Explore all of the fun and historic attractions in St. Louis

3 Learn about the unique and fascinating history of the Ozarks

4 Drive Route 66 in Missouri, stop in Rolla along the Route

5 Visit Jamesport, and learn about its large Amish community


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Missouri Camping | Off The Beaten Path

Off The Beaten Path | Missouri

Missouri is certainly not lacking in interesting and exciting destinations and attractions. Visitors can enjoy outdoor activities and recreation in some truly beautiful spots. Throughout a trip to Missouri, visitors will find plenty of excitement and interest. Here are just a few of the amazing destinations and attractions that Missouri has to offer.


Known as the Silver Dollar City, Branson is a fabulous destination for live entertainment. Visitors will find more than 50 live entertainment venues. Some of the shows include music, including country, gospel and rock n' roll, as well as comedy shows, dinner shows and even magicians. Branson's downtown area has plenty of shopping for visitors to enjoy. The area also has three fabulous lakes with opportunities for fishing. Golfers will also enjoy a visit to Branson, as they can test their skills on the twelve golf courses in the area.

Ozark National Scenic Riverways

The Ozark National Scenic Riverways was the first National Park area created to protect a river system, it is made up of two spring-fed rivers. At Ozarks National Scenic Riverways has many stunning caves and springs that visitors can enjoy, as well as mills and even a waterfall. Some notable spots include Round Spring and Cave, Alley Spring and Mill, Blue Spring, Rocky Falls and Welch Spring and Hospital. The ruins of Welch Hospital is located over the opening to welch cave. Blue Spring is one of the most beautiful springs in Missouri, it is named for its bright blue color and it is also 310 feet deep, making it a very unique spot within the park. Visitors can also enjoy tours of Round Spring Cave during the summer months, as well as ranger programs teaching traditional skills, more cave tours and nature hikes.

St. Louis

St. Louis if full of things to do. Visitors to St. Louis have to take the time to stop at the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial. The Memorial is home to the Gateway Arch, which at 630 feet is the tallest man-made monument. Visitors to the Gateway Arch can even take a tram to the top of the arch to enjoy the views of the city. In addition to lots of entertainment and dining, St. Louis is also home to the Museum of Westward Expansion, and the National Museum of Transportation, which has a carefully reconstructed piece of the Coral Court Hotel. Another great attraction in St. Louis is Forest Park, at 1,300 acres is one of the largest urban parks in the United States. At the park, people enjoy biking, jogging, skating at the rink and much more.

Wilson's Creek National Battlefield

This destination is the site of the first major Civil War battle fought west of the Mississippi. Visitors to the Battlefield can learn all about the history of the battle. The Battlefield remains much the same today, except for some vegetation, and is in near pristine condition. Visitors to the battlefield can take a self-guided auto tour, which has eight stops and five walking trails, to learn all about the history of the battle. Each year the anniversary of the battle, on August 10, is observed with a ceremony and special program. In addition, the Living History Programs allow visitors to learn about the life of Civil War soldiers, and have musket and artillery firing demonstrations. Visitors can also stop at The Ray House, which served as a temporary field hospital, and they can visit the Wilson's Creek Civil War Museum, to see the great collection of artifacts from the Civil War west of the Mississippi.

The Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House, Chesterfield

Located within Faust Park, the Butterfly House is a division of the Missouri Botanical Garden and is a unique treasure within the state. It is home to more than 1,000 live tropical butterflies, which visitors can see flying around in the glass conservatory. Native and migratory species of butterfly's can be found in the Butterfly Garden. For butterfly lovers there are plenty of classes on differing subjects and designed for all different ages.

St. Joseph

St. Joseph is an American city filled to the brim with unique American history. The city located on the river bluffs of the Missouri, is the site where the Pony Express was founded, and it is also the location where Jesse James met his end. On top of these unique historical facts, St. Joseph has also preserved a great deal of its historical architecture. Visitors won't want to miss the Patee House Museum, which was both a hotel and the headquarters of the Pony Express. The Pony Express National Museum is a great spot to learn all about the historic mail service. St. Joseph also has the Jesse James Home and Museum, which is the home where Jesse James was killed in 1882. Visitors may also want to stop at the St. Joseph Museum to learn about the history of the whole city.

Elephant Rocks State Park

This State Park not only has some stunning geological features, but it is also has the first state park trail in Missouri designed for visitors with physical and visual disabilities. Elephant Rocks is named for the gigantic red granite rocks standing end-to-end, reminiscent  of a train of circus elephants. These boulders were formed over billions of years, approximately 1.5 billion years ago magma was pushed to the surface and cooled into a red granite tor. When the Ozark Plateau was formed about 250 million years ago the joints in the tor became more pronounced which started the process of weathering creating the red granite boulders that visitors can see today. Visitors can see these unique boulders along the Braille Trail, which is designed to accommodate visitors with visual and physical disabilities. The one mile trail is paved and has signs written in both braille and regular text. Visitors can explore different areas of the park from several alternate paths. One path takes visitors to an overlook to see an old quarry site. Another path leads to the top of an outcrop where visitors can explore a maze of the stunning boulders.


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Missouri Camping | Things to Do

Missouri | Fun and Funky Things to Do

Missouri is a state filled with culture, from St. Louis to Kansas City. Visitors to the state will have all sorts of fun exploring all of the different destinations and attractions. Here are a few of the state's funky, fun and otherwise not to be missed destinations.

Arabia Steamboat Museum

This museum is dedicated to the Steamboat Arabia, which was at one time an important part of transportation on the Missouri River. The Steamboat Arabia sunk in the muddy waters of the Missouri and many years later it was raised. Today, visitors to this museum can learn all about the Steamboat, its purpose and influence while on the river, as well as the process of excavation that brought it back to the surface.

Encounters Aquarium & Herpetarium

The Encounters Aquarium &  Herpetarium is one of the few places where you can see bull sharks, as well as feed the live bull sharks. In addition, there are many other types of fascinating sea life, as well as snakes, frogs, lizards and more at the Aquarium and Herpetarium.

Meramec Caverns

A great destination for families, the Meramec Caverns are filled with fun attractions as well as the excellent caverns. In addition to cave tours with unique formations, Meramec Caverns laos has riverboat rides, canoe floats, panning for gold and much more.

Mount Rushmore with Fake Celebrity Heads

Branson, Missouri is home to many interesting Missouri attractions, but the Mount Rushmore with Fake Celebrity Heads is a site worth seeing. Carved into the stone there are four heads resembling famous celebrities.

Talking Rocks Cavern

Located right in the Ozarks, this beautiful set of caves is filled with living crystal formations. Visitors can take tours through these amazing caves and can even enjoy activities on the surface before and after the tour.

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Montana Camping | Quick Facts

factsMontana Quick Facts

Uniquely Montana: The most number of different species in the US, including Elk, Moose, Buffalo, Grizzly Bears, Pelicans, Trumpeter Swans, Golden Eagles, Loons, Antelope and more
Must-See: Flathead Lake, the largest natural freshwater lake in the west
Most Unusual: Medicine Rock State Park
Highest Point: Granite Peak, 12,799 feet
Food to Try: Buffalo Burger and Huckleberry Milkshake

What to Do in Montana:

1 Recreate in the beautiful Glacier National Park

2 Cross the suspension bridge over the Kootenai River

3 Enjoy water sports on Flathead Lake

4 Go spring skiing at Big Sky and enjoy its great spring conditions

5 Spend some time on an educational tour of an archeological dig

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Montana Camping | Off The Beaten Path

Off the Beaten Path | Montana

Montana is an amazing state, and is truly deserving of its nickname the "Big Sky State." Here you will find many interesting places to visit and explore. From east to west the state changes drastically in natural features. Visitors will find lakes, mountains, forests, prairies, stunning national parks and much more. Below are a few of the interesting places visitors can stop to explore while visiting the state of Montana.

National Bison Range Wildlife Refuge

For visitors looking to see some of the amazing wildlife in Montana, the National Bison Range Wildlife Refuge is a great spot to stop. Visitors can see a variety of different natural habitats including forests, wetlands and prairie. In addition, the Range is home to over 300 bison, as well as deer, black bears, elk, eagles, hawks and many more. The National Bison Range also has a visitor center, and is a great place to enjoy auto tours.

Flathead Lake

Continuing on your journey, follow US-93 south along the western shore of Flathead Lake. Before you reach the lake you will pass through Kalispell, the largest city in the area. You can stop and take a trip out to the state park on Wild Horse Island, where you will find plenty of recreation and the wild horses the island is named for. After you pass through Polson, on the southern end of Flathead Lake, get on to Route 35 and head north following the eastern shore of Flathead Lake. You will find plenty of opportunities to camp, fish, hike and recreate on Flathead Lake. If you brought your boat on your road trip you can boat up to the Raven Restaurant and Bar for a Caribbean style dinner and cocktails. If you are a connoisseur of beer visit the Flathead Lake Brewing Company in Woods Bay. At the northern end of Flathead Lake you will find the city of Bigfork, stop and walk along its quaint streets, stroll through its galleries and grab a bite at El Topo for great Mexican food and margaritas.

Glacier National Park, Going-to-the-Sun Road

Visitors to Montana should all take a trip on the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park. This trip is a great way to enjoy some of the most stunning beauty in Western Montana. The Going-to-the-Sun Road travels through the interior of Glacier National Park. Drivers wind around mountains on this 50 mile drive. Throughout the drive there are many locations to stop and enjoy the points of interest. From the road visitors can see Jackson Glacier and wind around the tight curves and look over the edges of cliffs and much more.

Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument

At this National Monument visitors can learn all about the history of the Battle of Little Bighorn. This park is a memorial to the U.S. Army's 7th Cavalry and the Sioux and Cheyenne and the battle that took place during June of 1876. At this spot on June 25 and 26, 1876, Lt. Col. George Custer and the U.S. Army's 7th Cavalry fought a group of Lakota and Cheyenne in the Battle of Little Bighorn. Visitors to the the Little Bighorn Battlefield can learn all about the history through the Cell Phone Audio Tour, which has walking and auto options. Throughout the National Monument there are many points of interest for visitors to learn about this point in history.

Beartooth Highway

This byway is a great way to explore some of the mountainous region of the state. The Beartooth Highway stretches between Montana and Wyoming and provides access to Yellowstone National Park. Visitors to Montana can enjoy this scenic trip on the Beartooth Highway between Cooke City and Red Lodge. During this tip visitors can enjoy hikes, overlooks, creeks and more. During the winter this byway gets heavy snowfall and provides great opportunities for snowmobiling and more.

The Montana Dinosaur Trail

Those travelers interested in dinosaurs will have a great time in Montana. Throughout the state there are museums with excellent examples of fossils and dinosaur species. There are digs all over Montana, and specimens from these digs are displayed in museums all over the state. The Montana Dinosaur Trail will lead visitors to museums with amazing examples of dinosaur fossils in Montana. Along this trail visitors can stop at the Makoshika Dinosaur Museum in Glendive, participate in a "Junior Paleontologist" program at the Great Plains Dinosaur Museum and Field Station in Malta, or see the first baby dinosaur bones found in North America at the Two Medicine Dinosaur Center in Bynum.


Visitors to south east Montana can take some time to stop in the nice little town of Roundup. Roundup is known as the trailhead for the Great 1989 Centennial Cattle Drive. The unique name of the town could come from its unique geological features that make it an  ideal location for the cattle roundups from Montana's past. During a visit to the town visitor can enjoy fishing, skiing, hiking, hunting, wildlife viewing and much more. In addition, visitors can stop at the Musselshell Valley Historical Museum.

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Montana Camping | Things to Do

Montana | Fun & Funky Things to Do

Montana is a state filled with beautiful places to explore and recreate. The state also has an amazing variety of odd and fascinating attractions. Montana has interesting natural features, museums and history. Here are a few fun and funky attractions visitors to Montana can enjoy.

Suspension Bridge, Kootenai River

Located on Highway 2 between Libby and Troy, visitors to Montana can enjoy the beautiful Kootenai River up close from the suspension bridge over the river. The views of the river and surrounding area are particularly amazing from the middle of the bridge. Be careful when crossing though, the bridge can get pretty rocky when multiple people cross at one time.

Miracle of America Museum, Polson

This interesting museum has a wide variety of collections that will fascinate any visitor to Montana. Visitors can explore the large collection of antique motorcycles, or enjoy the collection of winter items. These exhibits are just two among many different collections found in the museum.

Mineral Museum, Butte

Visitors to Montana can find this museum on the campus at Montana Tech. The Mineral Museum has an amazing collection of mineral specimens from Butte and around the world. Visitors to the museum can also see the active seismographs as they record real-time data. The museum also has tours, workshops and more.

Virginia City

This city is an amazingly preserved gold mining town. Virginia City has over 100 historic buildings for visitors to explore and see how residents of the town lived in the 1800s. Virginia City has theater shows, historic lodging, old-fashioned dining, stagecoaches and even a steam locomotive.

Medicine Rock State Park, Miles City

Medicine Rock State Park in southeastern Montana is a place with very interesting natural formations. Visitors to the park can enjoy all sorts of recreational activities. During a visit to the park, travelers can learn about the historical significance of the area. Medicine Rock State Park's most interesting feature are the weathered sandstone rocks throughout the area.

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Nebraska Camping | Quick Facts

factsNebraska Quick Facts

Things to do in Nebraska

Uniquely Nebraska: Kool-Aid: Discover the Dream exhibit at the Hastings Museum, which was invented in the town of Hastings, Nebraska
Must-See: Chimney Rock National Historic Site
Most Unusual: The Lied Jungle in Omaha, the largest indoor rain forest in the world
Highest Point: Panorama Point, 5,424 feet
Food to Try: Runza Sandwich

What to Do in Nebraska:

1 Attend the Annual Intertribal Gather at Fort Robinson State Park

2 Explore the beautiful Lauritzen Gardens

3 Learn about Nebraska's prehistory at Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park

4 Road trip on the Sandhills Journey Scenic Byway

5 Enjoy the unique art at the Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art

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Nebraska Camping | Off The Beaten Path

Off The Beaten Path | Nebraska

Nebraska is a state filled with history, prairies, farmland, communities, art and culture. Visitors to this state will always find plenty to do, whether in the city or in the country. Here are a few of the interesting and fun places to visit during a trip to Nebraska.

Orpheum Theater, Omaha

Visitors to Nebraska looking for some arts and culture, should stop to enjoy a show at Omaha's Orpheum Theater. This theater has a long history of hosting excellent local and national performing arts. The Orpheum Theater was constructed in 1927, and originally served as a vaudeville house. Since that time it has evolved into one of the great performing arts centers in Omaha, and the recent restoration has brought it back to its original splendor. The Orpheum Theater is an excellent venue for visitors to enjoy a great show and experience some of Omaha's history.

Scotts Bluff National Monument

Scotts Bluff is an important geologic and historic landmark in Nebraska. The bluff stands 800 feet above the landscape below. Visitors to the park have the opportunity to learn how the bluff has been a landmark for travelers throughout history, including those on the Oregon Trail and the Pony Express Trail. There are a wide variety of ways for visitors to explore the park including driving the Summit Road, taking the guided Summit Shuttle, hiking on the Saddle Rock, North Overlook and South Overlook Trails. Those visitors that want to experience the history of the area can walk on the Oregon Trail Pathway to see what remains of the trail.

Henry Doorly Zoo, Omaha

A visit to the zoo is always a fun family trip. For visitors to Nebraska, the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha, is a great destination during a family trip. This zoo is a leader in animal conservation and research. Visitors to the zoo can enjoy a wide variety of exhibits and even rides. Visitors can see aquatic life, included a variety of species of penguins at the Scott Aquarium, or watch polar and sun bears at Durham's Bear Canyon. The Henry Doorly Zoo also has the largest indoor rainforest in the US, called the Lied Jungle,  which allows visitors to truly experience the rainforest. In addition, the zoo has the world's largest indoor desert and nocturnal exhibit, the Desert Dome and Kingdoms of the Night exhibits have an amazing variety of animals.

Chimney Rock National Historic Site, Bayard

Chimney Rock is one of the most famous landmarks in the American West. Americans that traveled west on the Oregon Trial, the Mormon Trail and the California Trail all noted this natural formation as an important and awe-inspiring landmark along the way. Today visitors can experience this same sense of awe during a visit to the Chimney Rock National Historic Site. Beyond exploring the site or taking a guided tour, Chimney Rock National Historic Site also has a wealth of information about the history of the natural formation, as well as information about the migrations west.

Strategic Air & Space Museum, Ashland

Visitors to Ashland should be sure to visit the Strategic Air & Space Museum. This fascinating museum is full of exhibits and information about aviation and space. Visitors to the museum can explore both temporary and permanent exhibits. The Museum has a wide collection of aircraft, displayed in the museum for visitors to see up close. There are also space travel exhibits, as well as Flight Simulators, Trainer Rides and a Mobile Planetarium for visitors to the museum to enjoy.

The Cowboy Recreation and Nature Trail

This recreational trail was once the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad right-of-way, now it is the longest rail-to-trail conversion in the country. Visitors to Nebraska can travel along the 195 miles of completed trail. Once complete the trail will travel for 321 miles. As visitors travel along the Cowboy Trail they will have the opportunity to explore many communities, as well as truly experience the beautiful Nebraska scenery.

Agate Fossil Beds National Monument

Visitors to Nebraska should be sure to visit the Agate Fossil Beds. At this amazing site visitors can  enjoy the exhibits at the Visitor Center, or explore the history of the area and the fossil beds on two trails. The Visitor Center has many reconstructions of the ancient animals who once roamed the landscape, and who's fossils were preserved for millions of years. Visitors can also explore exhibits with important artifacts in the Cook Collection of American Indian artifacts. In addition, visitors can explore the two trails in the National Monument, the Fossil Hills Trail and the Daemonelix Trail, which showcase actual fossils and locations where fossils have been found.

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Nebraska | Things to Do

Nebraska | Fun and Funky Things to Do

The beautiful state of Nebraska has many attractions that will fascinate and entertain those tourists and travelers looking for something a little different than the usual tourist attractions. Here are some of Nebraska's fun and funky destinations and attractions.


Located just outside of Alliance, Carhenge is one of America's fascinating Stonehenge replica. Made from over 35 cars, Carhenge is a one-of-a-kind American roadside oddity. The cars are placed in a circle in a field and panted gray to resemble the original Stonehenge.

Great Platte River Road Archway Monument

This fun museum is located in a bridge that spans Interstate 80. The museum is filled with interesting exhibits as you pass over a busy interstate. Visitors to this museum have the opportunity to learn all about the history of transportation that the Interstate represents.

Hastings Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Hastings is the birthplace of Kool-Aid and visitors will learn all about the classic American drink. Here at the Hastings Museum in the Kool-Aid exhibit, visitors will learn about the invention of Kool-Aid, the man who envisioned the drink, and how Kool-Aid became what it is today.

Museum of the Fur Trade

Another important piece of Nebraska's history is the fur trade. The museum tells the story of all of the different people involved in the fur trade. Visitors get to see what the everyday lives of these fur traders was like and learn about the important role that this trade had in shaping the west and the whole nation. In addition the museum is located at the site of the Bordeaux Trading Post, which is a beautifully reconstructed structure.

World's Largest Ball of Stamps

Nebraska has a few of the World's Largest things. One of these is the fascinating World's Largest Ball of Stamps. This is a giant ball made entirely of stamps. Located at the Leon Myers Stamp Center, this impressive collection weighs over 600 pounds.

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Nevada Camping | Quick Facts

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Nevada Things to Do

Uniquely Nevada: Burning Man

Must-See: Zion National Park

Most Unusual: Pyramid Lake

Highest Point: Boundary Peak, 13,143 feet

Food to Try: Anything at the casino buffet


What to Do in Nevada:

1 Take in all of the excitement at the resorts and casinos in Las Vegas

2 Watch the Bellagio fountain show

3 Explore the amazing sites at Death Valley National Park

4 See the view and learn the stunning history of hoover Dam

5 Recreate at the beautiful Zion National Park


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