Weekly Topic Inspiration: Shoreline Adventures-tell us about your exciting Summer water adventures!
Since we are facing the sunny summer months, what about sharing your best summer vacations that centered around water/shoreline adventures (lakes, beaches, ponds, creeks, rivers, spillways, dams, and even pools)? These are places that are always enjoyed in the summer months, and usually make for great vacation photography opportunities. The topic could easily tie in with grilling topics, vacation topics, and family/parenting topics as well; making for some useful and helpful linking. Handy map capsules to help find your favorite spot would be spectacular!
Can't wait to read your answers!
We live near the ocean in Southern California. Every outing seems to be a water adventure ... even if we are just exploring a local tidepool.
Bodega Bay, California; Find what to do, where to eat, and even where the best photo ops are! Handy maps guide you easily to your Bodega Bay locations! Bodega Bay Photographs. read more
Pensacola is one of the spots in the Florida Panhandle that enjoys a pleasant climate all through the year. A top retirement site recognized by many financial magazines, Pensacola is also a premier spot for vacations with all its attractions. read more
The Tiger Salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum) is a land-dwelling amphibian that returns to the water to breed. Like most amphibians, Tiger Salamander young metamorphose from a water-breathing larva to an air-breathing adult. read more
Loon Lake in the Adirondack mountains is the best summer get-away spot in New York State. It's fun and affordable for the whole family. read more
Take a family vacation to Lake Almanor, California. Plenty of warm calm water for swimming, boating, fishing, and skiing! Don't forget to bring the dogs! Much more can be found within this family summer vacation guide! read more
Beachcombing is a wonderfully relaxing pasttime; sometimes it can even be profitable. Here are some basic beachcombing tips to enhance your experience. read more
Old Orchard Beach in Maine is a fantastic place for a family vacation. Relax at the beach, take a walk on the Pier and make sure to visit Playland amusement park. read more
Detroit is a bicycle paradise!The City has successfully developed the Detroit International Riverfront as a draw for visitors, with bike and boat rentals and dining places. I enjoy riding the central city's People Mover monorail out over the water where I can see more of the riverfront and the developments that are ongoing in Detroit. The island in the river is another world. read more
Fishing is the reason to travel to Lake Hennessey, California. Bass, trout, crappie, and catfish abound! A quiet, serene spot for those real anglers! Close to wine country, Hannessey Recreational area is a nice break from the bustling crowds. read more
Shore fishing in Hawaii. How to catch small and big fish from the shore of Hawaii. read more
If you are looking for some different water fun this summer, try some of these ideas. Creek wadding and fun in the pond can be great ways to spend some summer days. read more
Sailing with children is a rewarding experience: this article contains tips for parents who want to develop a love of sailing in their children. read more
Each of the five lakes can be toured using Circle Routes, or a complete tour of all five at once is possible in one Great Circle. A great summer would be spent driving around the bays and inlets, stopping at islands, visiting historical sites, dining on diverse cuisine in the towns along the way, and writing it all up for publication! read more
Michigan has hundreds of miles of coastlines. Its Great Lakes are a natural beauty and attraction in the state. Come and explore the beauty of the coastlines and all that it has to offer. read more
Cape Canaveral is loaded with Space Program history but also contains a seashore that is full of fun things to do for families and singles. read more
Crooked Creek Campground near Chapman Lake Indiana changed my life and was an inspiration for who I have became as an adult, a wife, and a mother. I still love the water. After my first two children were born we continued to camp at my parent's site at Crooked Creek Campground. In 1997, my parent's moved to Phoenix, Arizona to live. They put up the trailer and camp site to sale. I have many good memories and still was able to get married later in the year. Now I have been married for almost 26 years and my family lives in a gated housing development along a lake. To find out more about this summer water adventure. You truly need to read the hub about Chapman Lake. Keep Reading
The ocean is a beautiful and delightful playground, but rip currents can be deadly. Here are beach safety tips on how to escape rip currents when swimming in the ocean. read more
A great place to vacation with the family: Lake Cumberland State Resort in Kentucky. Rent a houseboat or discover which type of boater you are through this hub. read more
Wondering what cool, wet summer activities for the kids and adults there are in Arizona? Here are the answers for fun in the sun! read more
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Adults sometimes forget how to play, and play is what the beach is all about. If you need ideas for a day a that the seaside that all the family can enjoy, this article has plenty of suggestions. read more
This one-of-a-kind waterpark is worth the trip to McMinnville, OR. Suitable for all ages, it will provide hours upon hours of entertainment for the whole family. read more
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