West Virginia Camping | Top 10 Things To Do.
01Explore the State Museum in Charleston to learn all about the history of West Virginia.
02Go mountain biking along the Greenbrier River Trail.
03Whitewater raft through the New River Gorge.
04Wander through the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historic Park to see the historic transportation route, including historic locks, aqueducts and more.
05Enjoy a relaxing spa vacation in White Sulphur Springs.
06Snowboard at one of West Virginia's ski mountains.
07Learn about West Virginia's coal mining history at the Coal Heritage Museum in Madison.
08Take time to enjoy the history of trains and steam locomotives at the Cass Scenic Railroad State Park.
09Hike on the Appalachian Trail and many other great trails throughout the state.
10Enjoy the colors of autumn throughout the states forests and parks.
Top Places to Eat in Tennessee
Memphis DiningCorky's Bar-B-Q, 5259 Poplar Ave, Memphis, delicious Memphis barbecue
Chatanooga DiningChampy's Famous Fried Chicken, 526 E Martin Luther King Blvd, Chattanooga, serves delicious Fried Chicken
The Terminal Brewhouse, 6 E 14th St, Chattanooga, American and Pub style cuisine
Nashville & Area DiningDemos's Steak and Spaghetti House, 300 Commercial St, Nashville, excellent steakhouse
Flyte World Dining & Wine, 718 Division St, Nashville, serves a seasonal menu with organic foods
Virago, 1126 McGavock St, Nashville, serves Japanese cuisine
Kayne Prime, 1103 McGavock St, Nashville, wonderful fine dining and steakhouse cuisine
Red Pony Restaurant, 408 Main St, Franklin, serving delicious southern and contemporary American cuisine
Knoxville DiningLitton's Market, 2803 Essary Dr NE, Knoxville, serves American Diner cuisine
Tomato Head, 12 Market Sq, Knoxville, serving vegetarian and pizza
Tennesse FestivalsNational Cornbread Festival, South Pittsburgh, held each April
Tennessee Strawberry Festival, Dayton, held in May
Top Camping Activities in Vermont
- Eat ice cream at Ben & Jerry's Factory Tour.
- Bike through the Lake Champlain Valley and enjoy the fall scenery.
- Ski in the Green Mountains and at Vermont's excellent ski areas.
- Drive Route 4 and stop within the Quechee Gorge State Park to see the gorge and more.
- Go on a maple sugaring trip to learn and enjoy maple syrup at one of many excellent sugar houses.
- Cross-country ski and snowshoe at Smugglers Notch.
- Enjoy a sleigh ride during Vermont's snowy winters and winter carnivals.
- Hike through Vermont's parks and forests.
- Sail on Lake Champlain.
- Watch animals, milking and farm operations at one of the farms open for visitors.