Explore Washington’s Olympic Peninsula from the Elwha Dam RV Park in Port Angeles WA

Thank you to our friends the Elwha Dam RV Park for providing us with this post.

Welcome to Washington State’s OLYMPIC PENINSULA! Where else can you snowshoe in the morning and kayak in the afternoon? Or, wander the temperate rain forest moss-laden trees of the Hoh River before lunch and marvel at a ruby-red Pacific Coast beach at sunset? From Elwha Dam RV all this is possible!Create life-long memories in and around Olympic National Park. With miles of puzzle-like shorelines, alpine meadows crowned with glaciers, and dense rainforest valleys, you’ll find a vacation playground with almost a million acres of Olympic National Park, along with Olympic National Forest and dozens of state, county and city parks.

Follow Olympic Peninsula’s Waterfall Trail of 24 identified waterfalls. From a paved, wheelchair accessible pathway, to forested trails, or waterfalls only found by boat or backpack, there is a trail for everyone of every fitness level. Several of the listed waterfalls are easy accessible from Elwha Dam RV Park.

Our proximity to the dams gives us the right to be called “The best RV Park by a Dam Site”. You can walk to the Dam view from Elwha Dam RV Park. In September of 2011 removal of both of the Elwha River Dams will begin. This will be the largest dam removal project ever undertaken to enhance a salmon run. The removals are expected to take 3 years. Restoration of the Elwha Valley, which runs north/south nearly the full length of the Olympic Mountain range, will then begin. All non native plant species will be removed, river channels will be restored to their original routes and wetlands will replace the current reservoirs. A project to propagate native vegetation has been underway for several years and these plants will be used to restore the valley to its natural state. Once the dams are removed the salmon and other species of fish will be able to travel nearly 70 miles into the heart of the Olympics.

Forks, where Stephenie Meyer’s best-selling Twilight saga books are set, plays an Oscar-worthy role for fans making the pilgrimage to walk in their favorite characters’ footsteps. Follow their footsteps to First Beach on a self-guided tour of fictional locations. Stop at Forks Chamber of Commerce to pick up a map and take a photo with the replica of Bella’s red truck.

One activity that all tourists take part in when traveling, THEY EAT! The Olympic Peninsula is THE growing culinary tourism destination. Restaurants specializing in fresh Olympic Coast Cuisine, award-winning wineries, lively seasonal Farmer’s Markets, and numerous annual culinary festivals showcase nature’s bounty, reflecting the diverse microclimates, coastal proximity and Native American heritage that characterize the Olympic Peninsula. Farmer’s Market in Port Angeles on Wed. afternoon and Saturday showcases many of the wonderful choices from the area.

Whether you’ve walked to a thundering waterfall or soaked in a natural hot spring, or explored the miniature world of amazing critters in a tide pool, or entered the imaginary Twilight world of werewolves and vampires, mythical story lines or real experiences, you will leave with a full imagination.

Here are a few points of interest in our area:

  • Hurricane Ridge, 30-40 minute drive from Port Angeles
  • Hoh Rain Forest
  • Rialto Beach, near LaPush
  • Ruby Beach
  • National Park Lodges
    • Lake Crescent Lodge
    • Sol Duc Hot springs Resort
    • Kalaloch Lodge
    • Lake Quinault Lodge
    • Log Cabin Resort, Lake Crescent
  • Quilcene Historical Museum
  • Fort Flagler State Park
  • Port Townsend, Historical Victorian Seaport
  • Fort Worden State Park, Commanding Officer’s Quarters Museum, Port Townsend
  • Dungeness River Audubon Center, Sequim
  • Olympic Game Farm, Sequim
  • Port Angeles Fine Arts Center & Webster’s Woods Art Park
  • Olympic Cost Discovery Center and Arthur D. Feiro Marine Life Center, Port Angeles
  • Makah Indian Reservation and Cultural Center, Neah Bay
  • Highway 112
  • Olympic Discovery Trail
  • Olympic Peninsula Waterfall Trail
  • Olympic Peninsula Culinary Loop

If your travels take you to this part of Washington please check oug the Elwha Dam RV Park.

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Tons to Do at Wildwood Resort in Bellingham, WA

This was provided to us by our friends at Wildwood Resort in Bellingham, Washington.

Wildwood Resort on Lake Whatcom has a long history as a day use and seasonal family camping facility. Lake Whatcom has long been recognized as a premier lake for water sports of all kinds. The lake is a popular for motor boating, sailing, swimming, fishing and other recreational activities and also serves as the drinking water source for approximately 85,000 residents in the City of Bellingham as well as Whatcom County. It is approximately 10 miles total in length and 1 mile in width at its widest, has one island, and is also home to 13 species of fish.

The recreational activities in and around the lake are endless.

  • Just a few minute drive to the west of the resort and also lying on the lake is Sudden Valley Golf Course. Rated “Four Stars” by Golf Digest, Sudden Valley has been the site of many major Northwest tournaments.
  • A ten minute drive gets you to the trail head of Squires Lake Park where you can hike up a few short switchbacks to an azure lake surrounded by forests and foothills. Longer loops lead to a beaver pond, around the 5 acre lake to viewpoints and fishing spots, and connections to the long-distance Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail.
  • A 25 minute drive toward the I-5, just off the Alger exit, takes you to an intriguing and scenic natural landmark – a glacial-polished and fractured exposed hunk of sheer cliff on Blanchard Mountain called the Oyster Dome. A popular hiking destination year-round, Oyster Dome is the pearl of the Chuckanut Mountains.

Wildwood Resort is located on the southernmost part of the lake on what is known as Southbay. This sheltered bay lends itself beautifully to the serenity of the resort. It is approximately a one and a half hour drive to Seattle and also lends itself to Canadian visitors as the resort is less than an hour’s drive from most southwest BC border crossing points.

Wildwood Resort has completed phase 1 of their development and is ready for the 2011 camping season with 8 RV sites with full hookups, 5 cabins, a pool, hot tub, and tennis court. 75 more RV sites and 2 more cabins will be ready by fall.

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Fun at Live Oak Landing in Freeport Florida

Our friends at RVC Outdoor Destinations kindly shared this with us about their new campground Live Oak Landing.

Nestled along the Choctawhatchee Bay with direct water frontage on the gorgeous Black Creek, Live Oak Landing is a beautiful campground committed to offering its guests a hotel-like experience in the ideal natural environment. Each one of the RV campsites is concrete, complete with full hook-ups, 50 amp service, cable and Wi-Fi.

Its several century old Live Oak trees take campers back to a time when things moved at a more relaxing pace. Yet, should you feel the urge to go into town, Destin is merely minutes away with some of the best shopping and seafood restaurants in the South. If you want to bring your friends, but they don’t own an RV, no worries! There are brand-new furnished cottages to rent near the RV sites. This unique combination of seclusion and proximity are what make Live Oak Landing such a highly desirable destination.

Some of the more notable features of Live Oak Landing include:

  • A boat ramp and dock providing guests with easy access to the water
  • Direct boat access to Choctawhatchee Bay, the Gulf, rivers, bayous, and intercoastal waterway
  • Fishing either from some excellent on-property fishing spots or through available fishing charters to experience some of the very best bayou, river, bay, and Gulf Coast fishing in the region.

It sounds like if northwest Florida is in your travel plans you should be sure to add Live Oak Landing to your must-see list of campgrounds.

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Great RV Campground Hosts Make All the Difference

Why do you return to the same RV campgrounds year after year? Chances are it’s because you’ve made a connection with the campground hosts there. No matter if you camp the Maine coastline or prefer plush RV resorts in Arizona, the presence of great RV campground hosts make all the difference in a memorable stay.

So what makes an RV campground host great? We’ve done a little research on the topic, and identified three traits that have motorhome campers singing the praises of campground hosts. We’ve also provided links to spots where the campground hosts get rave reviews in each category.

Great RV Campground Hosts are Friendly
The RV campground hosts we hear good things about consistently embrace the job of welcoming weary RV travelers with a smile. And that’s not easy! Consider how busy RV parks can be in peak vacation season. That means a certain number of inconsiderate campers who want to party or run their generators all night. That means RV-traveling pet owners who don’t clean up after Fifi. But the best RV campground hosts take it all in stride. They firmly enforce their campground’s rules and accommodate reasonable requests with a smile.

3 Ponds Campground in Brentwood, NH is a great example of an RV campground where the hosts consistently get big props for friendly, caring service.

Great RV Campground Hosts Know the Area
From talking to RV travelers for years, we know a campground host who knows a lot about the local area can be invaluable. Here’s a stellar example of friendly, helpful RV campground hosts who can help with local travel information: KOA Yellowstone Kampground has its own Facebook page where frequent updates on ski slope and road conditions, campground upgrades, and Northern Arizona events are posted. These folks really know their local area and want you to enjoy your trip to the fullest.

Great RV Campground Hosts Go Above and Beyond
Sometimes the nicest things happen at RV campgrounds in the midst of emergencies. RV travelers have shared wonderful stories of campground hosts who have gone above and beyond to help get a vacation back on track.

Here are some campgrounds with hosts who rate high marks consistently for doing what it takes to make a vacation enjoyable:

A great RV campground host really does make all the difference. We hope, when you discover one of these friendly, helpful folks (and there are plenty of them out there!), that you’ll let other RVers know about your experience. It’s a tough job that takes a special person to host an RV park that draws visitors year after year. Our hats are off to the people who help make RV camping one of America’s favorite vacation pastimes!

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Close to Napa and More

Many thanks to the folks at the Novato RV Park and the Vineyard RV Park for making us aware of their fine RV Parks.

Picture of the Novato RV ParkNovato RV Park
The Novato RV Park in Novato, California gives you an excellent base of operations. San Francisco is easily accessible 25 miles to the south. Napa wine country is an easy 45 minute drive to the northeast. The wonderful beaches of Marin County can be reached 45 minutes to the west. Sonoma Raceway is also only 25 to 30 minutes away and there are numerous golf courses in the area.

Other nearby attractions include the Muir Woods National Monument, and for the kids (and adults who still want to be kids) Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo.

The park itself features a convenience store and deli, a laundry room, free basic cable TV, Wi-Fi (for an additional charge), a seasonal pool, picnic area, and a public dump station (for a fee). The park also welcomes pets and there is a dog walk area.

Vineyard RV Park
Picture of the Vineyard RV ParkVineyard RV Park in Vacaville, California is also close to Napa wine country and situated for easy access to both San Francisco to the southwest and Sacramento to the northeast. It, too, is close to the Sonoma Raceway.

Some other things to do in the area include the Jelly Belly Factory, an Anheuser-Busch brewery, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom and the Cache Creek Casino.

Vineyard RV Park features two 24-hour laundry facilities, wireless Internet access, a pool, two horseshoe pits, a gazebo picnic area, and a clubhouse/group meeting facility. The park also welcomes pets and there two off-leash dog walk areas.

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Traders Village Campgrounds – Flea Markets, Fun and More. . .

For almost 40-years, Traders Village has been known as the largest, most visited weekend flea marketplaces in Texas. But, for the thousands of RV road warriors and backpackers who set up camp at the markets’ top rated campgrounds in Houston and Grand Prairie, it quickly becomes obvious that a trip to Traders Village means much more than finding that special treasure or getting twelve tube socks for $6.00.

Guests staying in one of the modern 287 paved RV spaces at Houston’s Traders Village are only minutes from downtown and many of the Bayou City’s famous world class attractions. SplashTown is Houston’s largest waterpark with a giant wave pool, tubing river and slides, kid’s area and special events throughout the summer.

It’s just a short drive down Highway 290 to Minute Maid Park, home of the Houston Astros Major League Baseball franchise, and the Houston Rockets at Toyota Center – always among the elite teams in the NBA. The city’s championship professional soccer and hockey teams play nearby, too.

Adjacent to Houston’s vibrant Theater District is the Downtown Aquarium, an underwater experience where fishy fun and great dining come together. A miniature train takes riders through the center of a 200,000-gallon shark tank, while the Aquarium Adventure puts guests up close and personal with hundreds of species found both below and above the waves. The Aquarium Restaurant offers an exciting and unique dining experience with a menu of seafood specialties, steaks, and more around a 150,000-gallon centerpiece aquarium filled with everything from sharks to skates.

The live animal adventure continues just south of downtown near Houston’s famed Museum District at the expansive Houston Zoo. “It’s a new zoo every day!” with more than 4,500 exotic animals in exhibits mirroring the natural habitat, behind the scene tours and a classic carousel like few others.

Just south of downtown are two of Houston’s most popular attractions – Space Center Houston, the official visitors center of NASA, and the fun-filled Kemah Boardwalk. Space Center Houston is known world-wide for its exhibits featuring actual space craft and other artifacts from America’s greatest adventure. The Kemah Boardwalk is a great family attraction with nine restaurants, full-blown amusement rides and games for all ages.

Conveniently set between Dallas and Fort Worth, the 212-site Traders Village campground in Grand Prairie makes it easy to enjoy many of north Texas’ most popular attractions. It’s just minutes to the new Cowboys Stadium and the Texas Rangers Ballpark in Arlington where you can watch professional football or baseball in state-of-the-art comfort. Professional hockey, soccer and basketball are here, too. Grand Prairie even has its own minor league baseball team – the Air Hogs.

Six Flags Over Texas is filled with coasters that rock n’ roll just like the live shows found throughout the park, while Hurricane Harbor offers millions of gallons of high energy waterpark fun just around the corner. Minutes to the south of the Traders Village campground, Joe Pool Lake is great for laid back fishing, boating and waterfront dining, while to the north there is always a festival or a wine tasting going on in Grapevine, home of the giant outdoor sport retail attraction, Bass Pro Shop.

But, the biggest attraction of all for Traders Village campers is the weekend flea market filled with thousands of vendors and millions of bargains. Whether looking for old tools or antiques, a new set of tires, baby clothes, a jar of homemade hot sauce or salsa, Traders Village Marketplace has it every weekend.

The market’s many festivals and special events continue to draw thousands of visitors throughout the year. In Houston it might be the Bayou City Cajun Fest, Village Bluegrass Festival or Houston Championship Chili Cook-off. In Grand Prairie look for the National Championship American Indian Pow Wow, Asian Lunar New Year celebration or Mountain Man Rendezvous. No matter which market they choose, there is always something fun going on at Traders Village for campers.

Traders Village RV Parks are top rated Good Sampark and Trailer Life campgrounds, and long time members of Texas Association of Campground Owners. Each facility has laundries and wireless Internet access, clean restrooms and showers, recreation hall, swimming pool, Sunday church services and more.

 

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12 of America’s Most Beautiful Campgrounds!

Sure, you could pull your RV off the road and sleep in a Walmart parking lot. Sometimes that’s the best option after a long day of driving. But what if you could camp, instead, in one of America’s most beautiful RV campgrounds? We headed out in search of those prime RV parks, and here’s what we found:

America’s Most Beautiful Campgrounds – Southwest

  • Austin Lone Star Resort – Austin, Texas: Right smack in the heart of Texas there’s a tree-shaded, family-friendly RV resort that’s earned the attention of Time Magazine, USA Today and the New York Times. Wake up to the quiet beauty of Texas Hill Country, and don’t miss the one-dollar breakfast special at the campground cafe!
  • Rose Valley RV Ranch – Silver City, New Mexico: This campground was created with an eye to preserving both the Old West heritage of the original ranch setting and the habitat for the area’s abundant wildlife.

America’s Most Beautiful Campgrounds – Northwest

  • Fidalgo Bay Resort – Anacortes, Washington: “Gateway to the San Juan Islands,” doesn’t that sound like somewhere you’d like to go RV camping? Spectacular Fidalgo Bay wraps around this RV park on Fidalgo Island, offering campers both serenity and countless vacation photo ops.
  • Last Resort Camp Store & Blue Mountain KOA – Pomeroy, Washington: Does the name of the campground give a clue to its gorgeously remote setting? Located very near Tucannon-Wenaha Wilderness Area and Umatilla National Forest in Eastern Washington, it’s perfectly situated for weeks of outdoor exploration.

America’s Most Beautiful Campgrounds – Central USA

  • Mountaindale Campground & Cabins – Colorado Springs, CO: Close enough to visit Pikes Peak, Garden of the Gods and Royal Gorge, but remote enough to offer serene, mountain camping, this wonderfully wooded campground definitely wins our vote!
  • Paradise Camping Resort – Grand Prairie, Illinois: Hoping to stay in the Midwest this summer, but looking for a scenic park with abundant amenities? This resort sits on the shores of a private fishing lake and offers a wide range of outdoor adventures.

America’s Most Beautiful Campgrounds – East Coast

  • Pine Valley RV Park & Campground – Binghamton, NY: Each summer families flock to the Susquehanna River Valley for area festivities, and they make their temporary home at this beautiful RV campground. Come early and plan to stay awhile; it’s the perfect remedy for concreteitis!
  • Millbridge Village Camp Resort – Paradise, PA: What could be more beautiful than Lancaster Country, Pennsylvania, the heart of Amish Country? This campground in a village-style setting is the perfect place for couples, families or a group of friends on vacation.

America’s Most Beautiful Campgrounds – Western States

  • Flying Flags RV Resort – Buellton, California: This superbly-designed RV campground on California’s Central Coast is also in the heart of the Santa Ynez Valley wineries. Camp in lush, green surroundings and take advantage of their Wine Getaways for special rental rates and excursions to area vineyards.
  • Bear Paw Lakeview Fishing Resort – Panguitch Lake, Utah: If you’ve been yearning for a “Wow!” experience while RV camping, this is it. The sheer beauty of Panguitch Lake at dawn is enough to make a person speechless. This campground at above eight thousand feet may be remote but it’s also well-equipped, so plan to stay awhile.

America’s Most Beautiful Campgrounds – Southeast States

  • Sherling Lake Campground – Greenville, Alabama: Operated by the City of Greenville, AL, this tree-studded lakeside campground offers two lakes for fishing and woods you’re going to want to explore.
  • Ocean Grove RV Resort – Anastasia Island, Florida: Imagine an island setting on St. Augustine, Florida’s Intercoastal Waterway, only a block from the beach. That’s the idyllic location you’ll find at this northwest Florida coastal campground.

That finishes our “perfect dozen” of scenic RV campgrounds we suggest you visit on your next vacation. We invite our readers to let us know which RV parks you’ve found in your search for America’s Most Beautiful RV Campgrounds. We’re looking forward to expanding our list here on the blog as you share the beauty of America’s RV campgrounds!

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Fishing, World’s Largest Flea Market & More at LakeRidge RV Park

This was provided to us by our friends at LakeRidge RV Park in Gun Barrel City, Texas.

LakeRidge RV Park is located in the heart of Gun Barrel City, Texas which is located in the “Heart of Cedar Creek Lake” and is approximately 60 miles southeast of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. It has the distinction of being the only town in the United States to bear its unusual name. On the shores of beautiful Cedar Creek Lake, Gun Barrel City offers visitors diverse options for dining, golfing and water sports. Gun Barrel City is located a short drive from area attractions, including world known First Monday Trade Days in Canton and the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center in Athens.

First Monday Trade Days is the oldest and largest flea market in the world! They have 100,000 – 300,000 visitors a month with over 3,000 vendors including various Food Concessions. The Trade Days open 7:00 a,m. on Thursday and run through Sunday before the First Monday of every month. They have covered and open air spaces, have Paramedics and Police Sub-Stations for safety

Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center in Athens you and your family will have a great time discovering the magic of freshwater fish and wildlife at this incredible $18 million facility, which includes a state of the art hatchery and scientific laboratory. Stare eye-to-eye with freshwater fish in their incredible 300,000 gallons of aquaria. Don’t miss the dive show – talk to the divers through the underwater intercom while they feed some of Texas’ biggest fish. Catch trout and catfish in their 1.5 acre pond (they even provide poles, bait and show you how). Walk through the new wetlands exhibit and discover where the fish and wildlife live-it’s a natural classroom! Visit the Angler Hall of Fame. Schedule a tour through their hatchery and take the tram to see it all.

While here plan on enjoying water sports and fishing Cedar Creek Lake. Also nearby is Purtis Creek State Park where the fishing is good at the Purtis Creek State Park Lake.

Other RV Campgrounds should feel free to share with us the wonders that may be found in and around their campground. Please send your article submissions to monty@elmonterv.com.

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Fisherman’s Paradise – Harvey’s Lake Cabins and Campground in VT

This is provided to us by our friends at Harvey’s Lake Cabins and Campground in West Barnet, Vermont.

Harvey’s Lake Cabins and Campground is Vermont’s oldest private campground. The campground is located on the shores of Harvey’s Lake and channel leading into the lake in the heart of what is known as Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom.

Harvey’s Lake, a deep glacially formed lake, is well known as a fisherman’s paradise. The lake is regularly stocked with lake and rainbow trout, and perch, pickerel, and smelts may also be caught. Some large fish are there for the taking for those anglers willing to work for them.

Other lake activities include kayaking, canoeing, boating (motor boats are allowed on the lake), and water skiing. Harvey’s Lake is known as one of the cleanest in Vermont making for excellent swimming. The campground has 2 swimming areas and there is a public beach across the channel.

Some other Northeast Kingdom attractions include:

Montpelier, the capital of the State of Vermont, and all that it has to offer is also only an hours drive to the west.

For those who need to rent an RV for a Vermont RV camping adventure, El Monte RV can provide the perfect motorhome from its Boston RV Rentals location, which is actually in Sutton, MA. From there it is a beautiful, scenic, 3 1/2 hour drive north to our friends at Harvey’s Lake Cabins and Campground.

Other RV Campgrounds should feel free to share with us the wonders that may be found in and around their campground. Please send your article submissions to monty@elmonterv.com.

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Trail of Tears Motorcycle Ride & More at Parnell Creek RV Park

This was provided by our friends at the Parnell Creek RV Park in Woodville, Alabama.

Parnell Creek RV Park is located in the heart of Northern Alabama in Woodville. We are surrounded by mountains and have beautiful scenery year round. We are located on Hwy 72, which is part of the Appalachian Trail Highway. Woodville is a small friendly town with beautiful foliage and nature to enjoy. We have a park full of amenities, including pool, mini-golf, fitness center and much more.

Every year on the 3rd Saturday in September, the Trail of Tears Motorcycle Ride comes by the campground. There are thousands of motorcycles that ride in the historical ride commemorating the route taken by the Native Americans. Close by attractions include Cathedral Caverns State Park with guided tours of the caverns. There is Old McDonalds Petting Zoo for children with over 30 different kinds of animals for the children to pet.

The big city of Huntsville is only 25 minutes away and they have lots of attractions. U.S. Space & Rocket Center is a full day’s workout. There is also Sci Quest Science Center and Early Works Children’s Museum for the kids to enjoy and learn about science. There is Constitution Village, Harrison Brothers Hardware, Botanical Gardens and Burritt on the Mountain – a living museum with nature trails and historical park.

In Scottsboro, just 15 minutes away, there is the world renowned Unclaimed Baggage where you can find almost anything. There are also Hallelujah Trail of Historic Churches and other historical sites. We are also close to the Walls of Jericho where you can walk to the top and see a beautiful waterfall. Russell Cave National Monument is only 45 minutes away, along with Stevenson Railroad Depot Museum with hundreds of artifact from the area.

We are only 45 minutes from where the county music group Alabama has a Fan Club and Museum with treasure from over 30 years of performances. Come have you picture taken with the bronze statutes of the group. Birding trail #39 is only about 6 miles away with the largest number of gray bats in the south that leave the cave at dust each day. There are flea markets in the area to quench your bargain buying addiction. Lake Guntersville is only a short drive where there is a lot of fishing and boating. Nearby Grant is home of the tallest vertical log building in the world. It is located at the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) public school which houses grades 1-12. If you haven’t found enough to do yet, then don’t leave our park, we have a salt water swimming pool, mini golf, playground, club house, covered shelter, horse shoes, basketball, planned activities and much much more.

 

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