Check out what the Richardson Tribe with PBandJ Adventures thought about our Pine Mountain Outdoor Destination when they visited for their Labor Day vacation! Coming from a large family who loves to travel, we are proud our location was memorable enough to share.
Here's a sneak peak at some of the reviews:
"Some friends with kids joined us, so we had quite a large tribe while bike-riding and crashing the awesome saline pool. This is a very nice RV park just based on the entertainment-for-kids factor. Add a side trip or two to the Wild Animal Safari Park, the Little White House, FDR State Park, or Callaway Gardens, and the kids will be in paradise"
"When the sun had completely set, and the big sky revealed a part of the Milky Way clearly, we were pleased, very pleased.. "
"You could easily spend a week or two here and never be bored. There is Callaway Gardens, FDR State Park, Wild Animal Safari, FDR Little White House, and more."
To read the full review, and view some pictures from their adventure, visit http://pbandjadventures.com/Places/Pine%20Mountain%20RV/Pine%20Mountain%20RV.htm
We are so happy to hear that they enjoyed their experience!
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Thursday, September 16, 2010
It's Blue Morpho Butterfly Month at Callaway Gardens!
In recognition, we're announcing a butterfly photo contest. The photographer, whose work is chosen, will receive a Fantasy in Lights gift package, compliments of RVC Outdoor Destinations.
The package includes:
- Two-night stay at Pine Mountain, an RVC Outdoor Destination
- Dinner for two at one of Callaway Gardens' famous restaurants
- Two-adult tickets to Fantasy in Lights, Callaway Gardens' world-famous light show
- A Limited Edition 2010 Fantasy-in-Lights Callaway Gardens ornament
Oh! Don't forget to take advantage of our 50% Off Special, running through the end of September. Click here for details.
Friday, September 3, 2010
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Just an hour from Tallahassee,Carrabelle Beach is just a bird call away from Apalachicola National Forest and Tate’s Hell State Forest,just a dolphin flip across Apalachicola Bay from St. Vincent Island, and just a strike away from all the game fish in the Gulf.