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Come for Fun, Take Home a Memory! Located in southwestern Pennsylvania at the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains, Indiana County is known as an excellent place to visit for its natural beauty, in addition to the attractions located within the County. Indiana County has events for all ages – from community-based celebrations to concerts and agricultural fairs to the arts. Enjoy over 60 miles of rails-to-trails projects for hiking, biking and cross-country skiing on

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the picturesque Ghost Town, Hoodlebug and West Penn Trails. From taking a step back in time while visiting the Amish community of Smicksburg, to experiencing a bit of “Hollywood Magic” at the Jimmy Stewart Museum...Indiana County has something for everyone! Next time you need to get away, make sure you come and visit us in Indiana County, PA. 1-877-746-3426 ¤

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Making a long road trip with children by: C.S. Mackay This is the year that you are going to take a thousand mile road trip. It would be fun and enjoyable with just your spouse, but now your family includes others. Those others include a preteen ten year old that is already developing a teen attitude. Also included is an over energetic eight-year-old son that thinks his purpose in life is to tease both of his sisters. Last of all there is that sweet four-year-old ball of fire that has determined that she is in charge.

On the top of your list of challenges is the item to make this trip and be sane when you return home. Everything will be fine getting things ready and even after you arrive at your destination. It is those hours in between that have you worried. Back when you were a little kid your parents had to grin and bear it. They played games to keep you entertained and searched license plates for a new state. At the end of the trip they were too tired to enjoy their stay. They just rested up for the return trip and a rerun of

the previous trip, arriving home exhausted. What a vacation? This will not happen to you if you are willing to take advantage of the new car video technology. With the introduction of car videos children can enjoy the trip with some of their favorite videos. There are several types available on the market now. There are the standard mount to the ceiling models. Now there are hang over the seat models with ear phones so that each child can have their own if necessary and these are moveable from seat to seat. Also,

available are head rests with video screens built in them that can replace your present head rests. Now there are even car videos to put on sun visors or on the dash. With this car video technology you can now take your children’s favorite videos and let them play them over and over and it will not drive you crazy because they have ear buds. This means that you can still carry on a conversation with someone and not always be interrupted with the inevitable “Are We There Yet”. By the way

ipods and MP3 players will do the same for your teenager. I can attest to the above because I just got off a road trip of 16 hours with these three youngsters and four adults. There were very few problems and parents and grandparents were just tired from the ride not tired from fighting. I personally felt that the portable video was best because we could shift it between seats and then the unoccupied child did what we used to do play games.

Follow our sun and be nature’s guest! Lakewood Camping Resort - a family campground, where you’ll find beauty, fun and harmony. The Lakewood story began in 1959 when Carl and Marion Perry purchased

Camp Beachwood, a tiny 25-site campground. That family investment eventually grew to become the Lakewood Camping Resort. Today, the resort

has 1200 beautiful and scenic beach on the South end of South campsites. The grounds include Carolina’s Myrtle Beach. Some of the many amenities luxurious facilities that lie along a half-mile stretch of uninterrupted include an indoor and outdoor pool and two waterslides. Lakewood

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Camping Resort is home to the world’s largest inflatable waterslide, the HIPPO. You can find your own treasures when you mine for gems at the Rivertown Mining Company. The campground is WI-FI capable. Golf cart rentals are available on site. Lakewood Camping Resort is family owned and operated and is a mainstay for camping on the east coast. The resort ranks in the top ten largest in the country. Located in Myrtle Beach, you’ll find plenty to do while you stay no matter what time of the year you come. From golf courses to restaurants, Lakewood and Myrtle Beach have it all. Our resort is owned and operated by Christians, but is open to everyone! On site ministry services are offered every Sunday. Lakewood Camping Resort Myrtle Beach, South Carolina toll free: 1-877-LAKEWOOD ¤

Grove City, Ohio Travel plans for 2010 should include Central Ohio, where there’s something for everyone. All ages will enjoy the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium made famous by Jack Hanna; next door is Zoombezi Bay, Central Ohio’s largest outdoor water park featuring 15 water slides, wave pool, action river and much more. COSI, rated the number one science center in the United States by Parents Magazine allows children and adults experience the why and how of science. COSI also has a seven story extreme screen theater. PENNSYLVANIA ~ SPRING 2010


Don’t overlook the authentic replica of the Santa Maria, the Motorcycle Hall of Fame, Beulah Park thoroughbred racing, Ohio Statehouse, Motts Military Museum, Ohio Historical Center, professional soccer, baseball and hockey, Franklin Park Conservatory and its Chihuly exhibit. The best lodging destination in Central Ohio is Grove City, six miles from Downtown Columbus and close to all area attractions. 800-539-0405, ¤ 3










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North Carolina

North Carolina: Land of diversity, culture, history and charm From the highest mountain peaks east of the Mississippi to the tallest natural sand dune system in the eastern United States, North Carolina takes diversity to new heights. Across the state, visitors will find a rich cultural heritage, abundant history and modern cities. And 600 North Carolina golf courses provide varied terrain and challenges suitable for golfers of all skill levels. The 300-plus miles of North Carolina coastline are dotted with picturesque lighthouses. A chain of barrier islands along the northern coast beckons visitors to familiar places such as Kitty Hawk, Duck and Cape Hatteras. Along the southern shoreline lie the historic Cape Fear Coast, Crystal Coast and Brunswick Islands. Each area has a unique style and offers spectacular

beaches, events and activities in a relaxed atmosphere. History abounds along the coast, where ships sailed and colonies formed centuries ago. Historic Bath is North Carolina’s oldest town and celebrates its tri-centennial throughout 2005. Visitors can enjoy Beaufort, with buildings dating back to the mid-1700s, and Pine Knoll Shores, home to one of North Carolina’s three aquariums (the other aquariums are in Fort Fisher and Roanoke Island). Tryon Palace Historic Site and Gardens, a collection of elegant Georgian buildings in New Bern, was constructed in 1770 as a residence for Royal Governor William Tryon and served as the state’s first capital. Wilmington, which today sets the stage for many film and television productions, once set the stage

for significant events in the Civil War. Besides intriguing historical attractions, central North Carolina boasts beautiful countryside and exciting city life. Charlotte is the state’s largest city and is known for its offerings of fine cuisine, cultural activities, nightlife and professional sporting events. Just north of the city, shopping takes on a whole new meaning at Concord Mills. At Lowe’s Motor Speedway, also in Concord, race fans thrill to NASCAR’s best. Many of the sport’s drivers and race shops are located here, along with museums and tours dedicated to the sport of racing. The North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro is regarded as one of the nation’s finest zoos and is also the largest walk-through, natural-habitat zoo in the United States. In nearby Seagrove,

where the earth is natural red clay, some of the world’s best potters ply their craft, as they have for more than 200 years. Charming small towns may beckon you to stay, but higher reaches call you westward where the mountains rise to meet the sky. The Blue Ridge Parkway, celebrating it's 75th anniversary, winds its way past scenic overlooks, state parks, national forests, picnic areas, campgrounds and some of North Carolina’s most spectacular hiking trails. Fishing, canoeing, whitewater rafting and camping are perfect ways to enjoy natural mountain wonders. So is an early summer visit to Roan Mountain, the world’s largest natural gardens of crimson-purple rhododendron.


Carolina/Kure Beaches, Topsail Island: Two great locations for all your vacation needs! The Cape Fear region, located just south of Wilmington, is all about fun. Including the time-honored small towns of Carolina Beach and Kure Beach, the area is North Carolina’s premier coastal vacation destination. With activities that range from golf, surfing, jet skiing and kayaking to deep-sea fishing, putt-putt and wind surfing, it’s like one giant amusement park, from sunrise to sunset.

Close to quaint Southport, it’s easy to reach (right on I-40), affordable (compare our prices to the Outer Banks) and family friendly. But that’s not all. A little farther up the coast is Topsail Island, featuring beautiful, quiet beaches sandwiched between the placid Intracoastal Waterway and the dazzling Atlantic Ocean. At either location, there’s something for everyone, whether

Spring and summer festivals provide an opportunity to enjoy foot-tapping mountain music, regional cuisine and, of course, famous North Carolina handmade crafts. Asheville is city-center to mountain activity and boasts numerous arts and crafts shops, galleries and museums. Two of the most interesting homes in America – George Vanderbilt’s Biltmore Estate, a 250-room French chateau, and Carl Sandburg’s Connemara, where the renowned author published one third of his works – are located in the Asheville area. From beaches to mountains, North Carolina has something for every taste. For additional information check out or call 1-800-VISIT NC for a North Carolina Travel Package.

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Cannon & Gruber REALTORS you’re looking for a romantic getaway for two or a large home or two for a family reunion. Ask our friendly, knowledgeable staff about special discounts. Call today for reservations or book online at our secure website! United Beach Vacations Carolina Beach/Kure Beach/Topsail Island, NC 1-800-334-5806 ¤

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Century 21 Action, Inc. Topsail Island Vacations in beachfront, oceanfront, and island homes, cottages, and condos. CENTURY 21 Action, Inc. has been a Topsail Island vacation and real estate leader for over 40 years. Customer satisfaction is always their primary goal and they are here to serve you! Topsail Island, North Carolina, just 25 minutes north of Wilmington, has three oceanfront towns on it’s 26 miles of beach along the Atlantic Ocean; Topsail Beach, Surf City, and North Topsail Beach. Topsail Island is the ideal family vacation destination PENNSYLVANIA ~ SPRING 2010

when you need to get away from it all. The area features activities for both young and old, the relaxed or the adventuresome. Enjoy Topsail’s arts, golf, fishing, gift shops, and outstanding restaurants, or enjoy the clean, uncrowded beaches. Topsail is best described as the Outer Banks of years past. Oceanfront vacations start at $400 per week for parties of four. Visit online at or call their 24-hour Vacation Reservation hotline 1-877-838-3898. ¤ FREE TRAVEL INFORMATION ~


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rom our prime oceanfront location and deluxe accommodations to some of the most pleasing amenities found anywhere, Mar Vista Grande will exceed your every expectation each time you visit. Whether Vis you’re planning a family gathering, a our we it b romantic getaway, or a week of golf on some for curresite nt of the best courses in the country, we look specials! forward to welcoming you soon as our guest.

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1-888-784-8372 Located on the oceanfront in Historic Cape May, New Jersey, the Palace Hotel is perfect for romantic getaways, wedding parties, corporate groups or family vacations. Our beautiful rooms and deluxe suites offer both ocean and towne views and are steps away from the sparkling Atlantic Ocean. Deluxe continental breakfast served daily. Pet friendly - call for details

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room includes color cable TV with DVD, telephone with data port and voice mail, electronic locks, wireless high speed internet, refrigerator, coffee maker and microwave. Family and friends may never want to leave our comfortably heated pool and beachside setting. Our Hospitality Suite, sheltered veranda and oceanfront sundeck offers guests magnificent ocean views.

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An Oceanfront Family Resort of Casual Elegance The Reges Oceanfront Resort, family owned and operated since 1972, has enjoyed a long tradition as one of the most popular destination resorts in Wildwood Crest, New Jersey. We are proud of our AAA three diamond rated, oceanfront accommodations. Each room’s private oceanfront balcony comes complete with breathtaking views of large white sand beach and Atlantic Ocean. Each 12


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Surfside Oceanfront Inn & Suites Free Deluxe Continental Breakfast Free Hi-Speed Internet Access Enclosed Pool & Sun Deck • Gift Shop Refrigerator, Microwave, Safe, Iron, Ironing Board & Hair Dryer in all Rooms King & Double Jacuzzi Suites • Fitness Center • Guest Laundry • 100% Non-Smoking

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Barclay Towers Resort Hotel ! All OCEANFRONT 2-room suites with Kingsize bed and Queen sofabed ! Private balconies overlooking the ocean ! Complete kitchens with cookware and utensils ! Heated indoor pool, hot tub and weight room ! FREE CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST ! Free high speed wireless internet ! 100% smoke-free accommodations

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Take a road trip through New York Any time is a good time for a trip to and through New York’s many different vacation regions. Travelers soon discover that part of the fun in visiting New York Sure to please business & leisure travelers alike.

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is the journey itself. New York’s An abundance of fascinating offers the perfect road trip historical sites and experiences experience for everyone - by car can be found around every corner. or boat, hike or bike! There are unique Native American

Country Inn & Suites - Mount Morris With its charming décor and comfortable amenities, Country Inn & Suites Mount Morris provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere sure to please business and leisure travelers alike. 60 spacious and tastefully decorated guest rooms include Whirlpool suites, one-bedroom king suites and standard deluxe queen double. We are large enough to provide first class amenities, but small enough to retain the country charm that is the hallmark of our brand. When it’s time to relax, guests can enjoy a heated indoor swimming pool, whirlpool and fitness center.

Located in the scenic Mount Morris area, the hotel is near the entrance of beautiful Letchworth State Park. Other area attractions include the Genesee County Village Museum, Corning Glass Works, Alfred State College, Niagara Falls and the Jell-O Gallery. Country Inn & Suites by Carlson Mount Morris 130 North Main St - Rt. 36 Mount Morris, New York 14510 585-658-4080 mountmorrisny ¤

sites, the birthplace of the Women’s Rights Movement in America, and the legacy of people and places important to the success of the Underground Railroad. Battlegrounds from the Revolutionary War and museums to commemorate various events in our nation’s history can inspire a reawakening and interest in our country’s heritage. For those seeking a weekend getaway, adventure trip, or relaxing vacation, great wine trails, fantastic views, and accommodations of every style in New York provide a perfect recipe for anyone! There are miles of shoreline, B&Bs,

waterfalls, wineries, and plenty of restaurants to tempt. The sporting style of New York can accommodate adventurous travelers as well. Sailing, hunting, mountain biking, fishing, golfing, horseback riding, camping, sky diving, hiking and more: the outdoor activities abound. Find state parks and national forests, the various species of fish, public campgrounds, miles of hiking and biking trails, golf courses, and nature centers. For more ideas of things to see and do in New York, go to and request additional information from our online form. ¤

Chenango County Your "Home Away from Home" Located in central New York, Chenango County is your “Home Away from Home.” Whether you are looking for outdoor adventure, or indoor activities, spring brings the invigorating scent of freshness along with the strong assurance of a season of growth. There’s an overwhelming desire to soak in the outdoor splendor. Hiking on our trail systems, fishing, canoeing and golf are all among the popular pursuits enjoyed this time of year. Indoor activities abound throughout the year and include music, theater and dance performances, galleries, museums,

and shopping. Quaint cafes, hometown atmosphere, warm friendly people and an unrivaled lifestyle make Chenango County a natural choice. The General Clinton Canoe Regatta, the Rolling Antiquers Auto Show and Flea Market, and South Otselic Heritage Day begin our festival season. These events feature food and entertainment for the whole family. Come discover what we already know, and make Chenango your home away from home! 1-877-chenango ¤

Oswego County Named for the Iroquois word meaning “place where the waters meet,” outdoor lovers and history buffs love the unspoiled natural beauty of Oswego County, NY. Pristine rivers and lakes have produced 10 record fish — including a 47-lb salmon! – and our expert charter captains and river guides will help you plan the perfect fishing trip. Relax and unwind exploring our sparkling sandy beaches, scenic hiking trails and stunning waterfalls. Our villages bustle with family festivals, unique restaurants, and quaint shops. And you’ll be amazed 14


by 250 years of fascinating history depicted at local historic sites. Oswego County offers family accommodations to fit every budget. Park your RV at one of 4,000 campsites — or settle in at a rustic fishing lodge, scenic riverfront hotel, or cozy bed and breakfast. Planning your Oswego County vacation is easy! Visit, call 1-800-248-4FUN, or e-mail to order your free vacation kit. ¤ PENNSYLVANIA ~ SPRING 2010

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Begin your adventure in New York Beyond the cultural metropolis of New York City with its famed Statue of Liberty and multitude of museums, theatres and sightseeing options lies the endless vacation opportunities that make New York a destination for

visitors from all over the world. Try your luck at casinos found in Niagara Falls, Salamanca, and Verona and across the state. Explore the 176 state parks, seemingly endless waterways, mountain ranges and

forests where you can ski, snowmobile, hike, swim, fish or enjoy unlimited other outdoor adventures. Sample regional wines at the many vineyards, shop for antiques along scenic highways, or

entertainment at the Seneca Allegany Casino and Hotel or Seneca Gaming & Entertainment. You can learn about our cultural diversity and history while visiting the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum, The Historical Society Museum and the Salamanca Rail Museum. Festivals and special events provide family-style fun and entertainment across all four seasons. These include Psychic Readings Weekend, Great Valley Fireman Regatta, Allegany River

Fest, Falling Leaves Festival, Cattaraugus County Fair, Veterans Pow Wow and Silver Bells in the City. Salamanca also offers a full array of accommodations, restaurants and retail specialty shops from which to choose. We hope you enjoy our beautiful Salamanca and wish you a wonderful experience.

delve into history, art, baseball and more at the many museums throughout New York. Explore regal mansions, castles and other fantastic architectural gems, some of which offer accommodations. But

if those don’t fit your budget, lodging ranges from vacation rentals, cabins and lodges, to hotels, inns and bed & breakfasts. Adventure begins with a New York getaway.

Welcome to Salamanca Seneca Nation of Indians’ Allegany Territory Nestled in the Enchanted Mountains of western New York State, Salamanca is engulfed in natural beauty and brimming with rural charm. We are an outdoor adventure paradise offering skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, hiking, biking, golfing, boating, swimming, hunting, fishing, camping and much more. If you prefer indoor, we offer full scale world-class gaming and


Salamanca Area Chamber of Commerce 716-945-2034 ¤