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Wild Center Adirondacks: A Delightful Stop for RVers

When it comes to Off The Beaten Path adventures, the Wild Center Adirondacks is a must-visit in New York State.  By Tom and Patti Burkett The Adirondacks are full of surprises, as you might expect from an area that’s been a recreation and vacation land for more than a century.  It began in 1885 and over […]Read More

Adirondack RV Adventure – the Video

We've been raving about the great time we had exploring the Adirondack Mountains in upstate New York. It's so close and yet so wild – the largest contiguous stretch of wilderness in the Eastern United States and bigger than Yellowstone, Glacier, the Grand Canyon and Everglades National Parks combined. We had so much fun, even […]Read More

Why you need to visit the Adirondacks

We just completed almost three weeks of travel, mostly in and around the Adirondack Park region of upstate New York, with a couple of days in the Finger Lakes district and then down to what has been voted the best state park in America – Letchworth State Park south of Buffalo (I was one of […]Read More

Livin’ the dream!

Many of us plan and dream about pulilng up roots, selling the sticks and bricks house and going fulltime in an RV. But what’s it like? A little scary, to be sure. But also very rewarding, as our guests this week share in an Episode we call… Livin’ the Dream. We met this couple last […]Read More

From the Adirondacks – Lake George, NY

We're still enjoying the magnificent Adirondack region of upstate New York, where we've been for a couple weeks now researching for one of our future Seven Day Adventure Guide ebooks. Our weekly Ask Us Anything show on You Tube last night came to you from Lake George, NY, where we thought we'd be moochdocking at […]Read More

We’re now in the Adirondacks!

We've been busy this past week, first traveling into Canada for some camping along the northern shore if Lake Ontario, and then on to the province of Quebec where we attended a rally on the banks of the Ottawa River near Montreal,  put on by the French-speaking Leisure Travel Vans club of Quebec. Now we're […]Read More