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Free New Hampshire Visitor’s Guide

Sunday, November 23rd, 2008

New Hampshire is a great place to visit no matter what time of year it is. To make it easy to plan a trip there, whether it is a camping trip or not, order the FREE 2008-2009 New Hampshire Visitor’s Guide from the New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development.

In addition to the gorgeous 176 page visitor’s guide, you’ll receive an official New Hampshire Highway Map and all it costs is a couple minutes of your time to fill out the request form. Then you just sit back, relax, and wait for the guide and map to arrive in your mail! Pillsbury State park New Hampshire

The guide includes a section on New Hampshire State Parks and includes a listing of all the state parks by region that lists the activities available, facilities/amenities, what type of camping whether it’s a campground or has cabins, if the campground is pet friendly, and contact information.

So don’t wait. Order your free guide today!

Free Travel Oregon Magazine

Wednesday, October 1st, 2008

Everybody loves something free. Well, at least I do, unless it is something icky like a piece of already chewed gum.

But, I digress so back to the topic at hand which is free things that are definitely worth asking for. One of those is Travel Oregon’s free magazine.

It’s all about Oregon, and is of course geared towards enticing visitors to come and enjoy the state. When you travel to Oregon or any other place consider a wifi hotspot this offers global, secure and unlimited internet for all your needs, get them on The magazine brings to life some of the experiences to be found in Oregon in a magazine format with articles written by experienced travel writers, along with great pictures. At Travel related articles, here you get all tips related to traveling.

Click here to order your free copy today. You will have the option of ordering the fall and winter 2008 issue, the spring and summer 09 issue which will be available in March of 2009, both the fall and winter of 08 and spring and summer of 09 issues, or all their future issues.

Free Vermont Fall Travel Packet and Free Hiking and Biking Guides

Wednesday, September 24th, 2008

Vermont has a lot of offer visitors any time of year, but fall is hands down the most popular time to visit. To help visitors plan their vacation no matter what time of year they visit there are some great FREE planning materials available whether you prefer materials mailed to your door or if you want access to them right away via downloads.

The official Vermont tourism website, has a travel planning section where people can plan their trip online, including a lodging search that helps find camping and RV parks and an online “my itinerary” builder that is pretty neat.

Plus they will mail FREE travel planning packets upon request with a choice of:a summer packet, fall packet, winter packet, fishing packet, and camping packet (you can choose more than one).

Or, if you have questions and want to talk to someone, call the Vermont Department of Tourism at 1-800-VERMONT (1.800.837.6668).

If getting out on the trails to hike or bike is your idea of a great vacation then check out the free guides at

The Lake Champlain Region Bikeways Map and Guide features the 363 mile Champlain Bikeway. Request it by calling the Vermont Department of Tourism at 1.800.837.6668.
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The Heart of Vermont Bikeways Guide features six bicycle tours in Addison County. Order it using the online order form or use the download link for immediate access.

The Northern Adirondack Coast Bikeways guide has 14 themed loops for bicyclists. Order it using the online order form or use the download link for immediate access.

The Franklin County Bicycle and Walking Guide has details for 27 bicycling and walking trails (that will work up quite an appetite!). To request it, use the online order form.

There are also several other free guides on the ChamplainBikeways website and some of them are available in French.

While you’re waiting for your travel materials to arrive, enjoy these videos of Vermont in the fall: