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In our last post, we were in the midst of giving you a list of all of the state you want to travel in your RV and what attractions you should visit in each one.

The idea is to eventually visit all of the states in America, crossing a few off your list every year. But since you don’t have all of the time in the world, you can only enjoy one site or attraction in each of the states.

Campers4Rent.com, the website you visit when you want to rent an RV in Dallas, continues the list of places to visit in each state.

Georgia

Let’s hope you are good and hungry when you reach Georgia. If so, we suggest you stop and have dinner at the Olde Pink House in Savannah. This is a fine Southern restaurant housed in a building that was once a bank, an army headquarters and a residence.

Apparently, the original owner of the property, James Habersham, doesn’t appreciate what has happened to his homestead and his ghost has been seen hanging out at the bar. Perhaps he is just thirsty.

California

While driving through California, make sure you pass that famous Hollywood sign and take a picture of it. After that, take one of those tours that take you around and points out where all of the celebrities live.

If that really isn’t your thing, then we suggest you visit the Redwood National and State Parks and bask in the shade of the tallest trees on Earth.

Iowa

Make sure you plan your vacation so that you will be in Iowa in Mid-August to be one of the millions in attendance at the Iowa State Fair.

The Iowa State Fair offers plenty of food and fun to keep you entertained for the endurance of your stay. The fairgrounds are spread across over 450 acres with over 600 exhibitors and 900 classes of food departments.

Delaware

If you are lucky enough to go through Delaware in the spring or summer, you can spend your time in this lovely state floating down a river. People from the area recommended that you park your RV next to Thompson’s Bridge in Wilmington and enjoy the boat ride. It’s a two-hour float, so don’t forget to bring some food and wine.

Florida

When you get to Florida, make Disney World your destination. Even if you don’t have kids, you will enjoy all this magical place has to offer.

If you have already visited Disney World, then go visit the Everglades and learn about this unique ecosystem where panthers and crocodiles cross paths.

Idaho

When you get to Idaho, make sure you have climbing gear and take a hike up Silver Mountain near Kellogg. Either that or just take the gondola. And when you get to the top, spend the day hiking, riding a mountain bike or having a picnic.

Illinois

When you reach the Windy City, a visit to The Second City is a must.

The Second City is a comedy club that has become one of the most influential comedy theaters in the world. Since it opened its doors in 1959, it has launched several actors, comedians and directors including Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, Steve Carell and Bill Murray.

Indiana

For those of you too young to remember, the Studebaker was once an American icon of the automobile industry, just like Chevrolet and Ford.

South Bend is the home to the Studebaker National Museum where you can spend the day learning all about the iconic Studebaker cars and trucks that once shared the road with Ford and Chevy models. You will even learn how Studebaker helped us in our victory in World War II.

Kansas

If you are determined to hit all of the states, you will have to go to Kansas. While you are here, you may as well make the best of it by visiting the Kansas Underground Salt Museum in Hutchinson. There is no better place to learn about salt and see the largest deposits of rock salt in the world. Truly an exciting place to be.

Well, we are going to stop there, but stay tuned as we shall continue our list very soon. If you wish to travel the country in style, rent an RV from Campers4Rent.com.