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It’s not hard to see why Phoenix remains a popular destination for KOA campers–especially snowbirds from the north. Nicknamed the Valley of the Sun, the city offers blue skies all year long, and from September through May, you can count on virtually ideal weather. Add in great restaurants and entertainment venues, and it becomes the […]
St. Petersburg is a popular vacation destination—and for good reason. Beautiful beaches, exciting piers and boardwalks, and an array of dining, shopping and activities abound. That’s why so many campers choose to make area KOAs their summer fun destination and their winter home away from home. Whether you’ve opted to stay in the St. Petersburg […]
When I was 49 years old, I don’t remember ever getting excited about looking forward to my fiftieth birthday, but for KOA, our 50th Anniversary year in 2012 is just around the corner and we can’t wait to get started. KOA’s history is grounded in an honest and straightforward approach to providing fun outdoor services […]
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Now that we’re in the swing of the holidays, you may be gearing up to get in the kitchen for a serious baking session. From sugar cookies and snickerdoodles to brownies and biscotti, it will be a veritable whirlwind of measuring, mixing, scooping and baking. This year, consider trying a new recipe, like this one […]
It’s that time of year again, when we fire up the furnace and bring out the portable heaters to help stay warm. Along with the furnace and portable heaters comes the threat of carbon monoxide poisoning. Produced by the partial combustion of solid, liquid and gaseous fuels, carbon monoxide gas is invisible, odorless, and deadly. […]
Whenever fall rolls around and the leaves begin to change, I always find myself thinking about the past summer and all of the things I have to be grateful for. This year is no different. First, I want to express my thanks to you, our amazing campers, for sharing your adventures with us. In […]