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First Aid

Camping First Aid – What’s in your emergency kit?

A bandage! A bandage! My kingdom for a bandage! Possibly that’s a little dramatic, but sometimes it’s the lack of small things that make the biggest dent in our day. Have you checked your first aid kit lately? First of all, you need to have one. Soft-side kits are lightweight and don’t take up too

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How to deal with poison ivy: a true camping nightmare

Nothing puts a damper on camping fun like having your face swell up like Quasimodo. That bracing trek to the lake and back yesterday was just what you needed. What you don’t need is the itchy rash that has you dancing and shaking like the King of Rock and Roll. Let’s try not to get

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Great camping gear for your next trip to our Arkansas RV Park

Looks like a briefcase, acts like a stove! This handy guy boils your water in 3 minutes, allows you to cook more than one thing at a time because the burners operate independently, and – best of all – has side shields to keep the wind from blowing out your fire! There’s a twist-click ignition

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Redecorating your RV or travel trailer

One of the positive things about buying a new RV is that it comes decorated and furnished inside for you. But when thinking about that, there is the realization that hundreds of other people are purchasing the same ‘home’ as you. There are several tips and ways to decorate and personalize your RV into your

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Wild Animals and Camping

When you go camping, you are also camping among wild animals who call the great outdoors their home. All over the United States it is not uncommon animals such as bears, moose, deer, skunk, squirrels, and raccoons, among many others. It is important for campers to respect wildlife as well as stay safe and protect

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Backcountry Camping in National Forests

The United States Forest Service campgrounds has around 4300 campgrounds across the US for you to check out. Their amenities vary – some only have primitive pit toilets and hand water pumps, some have flush toilets, showers, and running water. Almost all of the campsites have picnic tables, fire pits, and trash bins. These campgrounds

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Millwood Landing’s New Restaurant – The Greenside Grill!

Have you checked out our new Greenside Grill yet at Millwood Landing Golf and RV Resort? If you haven’t, hurry up and get in here! It sure is a big change from our food there before. We have completely re-done the dining room with a gorgeous new décor, complete with new furniture and a new

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The RV Show Season is Upon Us

Camping season typically begins in the January – March time frame. Manufacturers tend to introduce new lines of equipment at various trade shows around the country.  Anyone who enjoys camping should consider attending an RV Show. With all the latest camping gear on display, RV units to look at, and campground industry updates, these expos

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Work camping for the full time RV lifestyle!

If you’re thinking about becoming a full-time RVer, there are a lot of things for you to consider. One way to make money on the road in your RV is “Work camping.” Whether it is to help you make money on the road, supplement your income further, or just to keep busy and interact with

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Millwood Landing Hosts 4th Annual Ted Capeheart Golf Tournament

We here at Millwood have had some exciting things going on in the past year! This September, we hosted to 4th Annual Ted Capeheart Invitational tournament for CASA of Northeast Texas, non-profit organization dedicated to providing services to abused and neglected children. The event is a major fundraiser for CASA  of Northeast Texas, and we

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