Acampando no Alabama, cabines em Vermont e Parks da Georgia

Principal dica:
experience. (A shout-out here to DeSoto State Park in northeast Alabama’s Little River Canyon, whose riverside and waterfall-studded trails are not to be missed.

http://alapark.com/Camping/
state parks in Alabama with amenities listed
Call 1-800-ALAPARK (1-800-252-7275

seafood buffet 14.95 friday nights
http://alapark.com/DeSotoResort/%20Restaurant/

“In recent years I’ve met up with my best friend, Bren, at state parks throughout Alabama and Georgia (our two current home states) for girls’ weekends filled with some of the best hiking I’ve had the pleasure to experience. (A shout-out here to DeSoto State Park in northeast Alabama’s Little River Canyon, whose riverside and waterfall-studded trails are not to be missed.)” http://fitness.health.com/

Vermont cabin 2 nights for 100 dolares:
For two summers in a row, my husband, daughter, and I stayed with my dad at Grand Isle State Park in Vermont; we managed to snag the cabin with the private beach and spent the week swimming, kayaking, and picking black raspberries. And this past summer, some college friends and my little familial trio rented three cabins side by side in the same park. It cost each family about $100 for two nights. You can’t beat that.
http://www.vtstateparks.com/htm/grandisle.htm
dica from: http://fitness.health.com/

e Gerogia parks:
http://www.gastateparks.org/

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