Scenic Pathways Travel, Camping, and RV Reviews

Welcome to, a travel guide to:

  • Discovering and exploring our natural resources: County, State and National Parks, and unique natural attractions.
  • Getting off the Interstate, traveling Scenic Drives, and discovering unique towns and their attractions.
  • Attractions of particular interest to RV travelers: RV Reviews, RV Shows, Campground Reviews, Restaurant Reviews, and profiles of opportunities for outdoor recreation like hiking, golfing, and biking.

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Scenic View of Mississippi River Valley from Effigy Mounds National Monument

Mississippi Great River Road: Iowa, Wisconsin, and Minnesota host the most scenic drives along the Mississippi Great River Road (see maps and articles here).  

Want to avoid the crowds and lines at the most popular National Parks, check out these alternatives:

Pensacola Beach
On the beach at Fort Pickens Gulf Islands park, ranked one of the top beaches in the country.

RV Reviews & RV Shows

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See our article on the Best Compact Class C motorhomes

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Camping and RV Parks along Scenic Drives

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Shell Mound Campground

Here is our Most Recent Campground Reviews:

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Articles on Scenic Travel & Scenic Places

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Escape to Cedar Key Florida along the Gulf Coast Scenic Drive
USA Today’s Top Small Town Culture Scene in Florida

Go Here for our Directory to
Scenic Drives and Scenic Places

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The 1859 Stanton Hall, Natchez Mississippi

Visit historic Natchez, Mississippi. Walking tours, some excellent restaurants and fun pubs, lots of history and old south charm.

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  1. Thanks for the tip Ron. I’ll take a look at your site soon. Sorry for the delay in responding. Somehow missed that this came through.


  2. is a non commercial site written and maintained by Ron and Martha Hughes, a retired newspaperman and a school teacher. maybe you can consider adding it to your list of blogs.

  3. Thanks David for the compliment. The Trace is a neat ride isn’t it. We have 2005 QD which is now going into winter storage until we take our spring trip. If you ever do any traveling in the north central US you might also enjoy our website.

    Happy Traveling,


  4. What a wonderfull site. I have a 1999 FD Rialta and just returned from a great drive down The Natchez Trace.Plan to spend hours here before I plan my next trip. Thanks, David Evans

  5. I’m in Sault Ste. Marie bicycling clockwise Duluth to Duluth. Wonderful trip. Thanks for the help you gave me earlier when I emailed asking for advice.

  6. Hi Marianne,

    Good to hear from you again. I’ve added information on your new boondocking website to our RV Camping & Travel Resources page.

    In two days we are heading for Wisconsin’s scenic Door County hoping to catch some nice fall color and explore the many interesting things to see and do there.


  7. Hi Ross and Jo
    About a year ago you contacted me to request a link to your site. I put it off at that point (can’t remember why) but have just checked back to discover that your posts have continued to grow and…Wow! Your blog has become a great valuable resource for RVers.
    Good job!!!
    You’ll find the link here:
    Let me know if you’d like any changes.
    By the way, have you discovered my other website for RVers yet? It’s new, and a totally unique idea that’s catching on fast. Check it out at

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