Nancy Sewell

Nancy Sewell

Gahanna, OH - Ohio, United States

February 10, 2017

RV camping $22

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February 10, 2017

No overnight parking or camping

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February 09, 2017

Approx. $12/per person

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February 09, 2017

Camping: $15-$36 depending on facility

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February 09, 2017

$38 no affiliation daily fee
$0 rustic camping
$45 electric and water

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February 09, 2017

Free RV parking

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February 09, 2017

RV Park: $15/night

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February 09, 2017

10-Mile Trips allow guests the opportunity to drive their own dog team 10 miles on our scenic trails. This is our most popular trip and it's great for families or large groups.

10-Mile Trips begin at either 9 am OR 1 pm. The timeframe of your tour includes sled driving instruction, the opportunity to help hook up and un-hook the dogs and stops along the trail for photos.

Weekday trips: $190 per person to drive your own sled, $290 for a 1 driver/1 rider option, or $200 for two riders.
Weekend/Holiday trips : $220 per person to drive your own sled, $320 for a 1 driver/1 rider option, $250 for two riders.

Half-day trips are available 7 days/week.

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February 09, 2017

Kewadin Manistique offers a RV park conveniently located. The Park is open for guests from May through October and offers:

o Located on the west side of the Casino Parking lot
o 10 sites with 20 amp electrical services
o 7 picnic tables are available by area of sites
For reservation information, contact Kewadin Manistique at 1-800-KEWADIN (539-2346).

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February 09, 2017

The Rocky Neck Art Colony is one of the oldest working art colonies in the country, and has been luring artists to its picturesque shores for more than 150 years.

Among others, these artists include Fitz Henry Lane in the 1840s, Emile Gruppe, who made The Neck his home and painted into the 1970s, as well as Childe Hassam, Milton Avery, Maurice Prendergast, Cecilia Beaux, John Sloan, Stuart Davis, Frank Duveneck, Nell Blaine, and Jane Peterson.

Today the area is still home to many working artists and to galleries showing paintings, batik, photography, jewelry, prints, sculpture, ceramics, and fine gifts.

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