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Best Places to See by RV
By Valerie Conners, The Travel Channel

Best Places to See by RV

The call of the open road has long been answered by traveling the highways and byways in an RV, making the road a home and each destination the traveler’s own.

As the asphalt streams behind them, vacationers explore the land and study an area’s attractions while attempting to find a welcoming campsite to settle in for a few days or a few weeks. Several campgrounds throughout America suit the different needs of campers and their idea of "home."

Travelers can enjoy evenings under glittering stars in the shadows of mountains, beachfront sites with water lapping at the RV’s backdoor, or a site so close to a lake that anglers can nearly cast hooks from their front steps. Here's a list of some of the best spots to set up camp and enjoy nature.

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