Myrtle Beach, South Carolina has long been a world-famous destination. Many are drawn to the 60-mile stretch of beach affectionately known as the Grand Strand that features dozens of golf courses, various water sports, amusement parks, and resorts. This area is also home to two quality establishments: Ocean Lakes Family Campground and their next door […]
Sandy Pines Campground is an all-new retreat for RVers and campers on the southern Maine coast. The campground first opened last year in June 2017 after the new owners invested over $5 million in renovating the property. They have a quiet seaside location in Kennebunkport, Maine, tucked away in beach forest and bordered by salt marsh. […]
Washington State doesn’t have as many state parks on the coast as Oregon and California, but we recently found one in a scenic, remote spot. Grayland Beach State Park is located off Highway 105 along the Pacific Coast and is only a ten-minute drive from Westport and a half-hour from Aberdeen. Grayland Beach SP has […]
Stella Mare RV Resort recently opened in 2017 across from the beach on the Texas Gulf Coast. This popular new resort on Galveston Island has full hookup RV sites, vacation home rentals, and lots of luxurious amenities. They have a nicely landscaped 25-acre property with palm trees and their own private lake. The resort offers […]
About 25 miles south of San Francisco is the picturesque seaside village of Half Moon Bay. While visiting this area with endless beaches and photo opportunities, you’ll hear the term “Coastside” used frequently. It refers to the San Mateo County Coastside, which is made up of more than 300 square miles of breathtaking California countryside. […]
There are lots of state parks and finer upscale resorts along the Gulf Coast where you can be a short walk from the white sandy beaches and warm emerald waters. These places are among the best options because of their location and included amenities. Texas 1. Malaquite Campground, Padre Island National Seashore Malaquite Campground has […]
Take time from the cooler north and explore the Texas Gulf Coast with its many diverse attractions, beaches and outdoor activities.