Great Outdoors

Rural Living: An Honest List of Pros and Cons

By LandCentral

  The allure of rural living has grown in recent years. With more and more Americans looking to escape the rat race for a simpler life, many are trading their cookie cutter houses for a taste of the country. Did …

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5 Reasons Why Bigfoot Makes the Best Neighbor

By LandCentral

  Let’s be honest. Neighbors make the place. Living in your dream house on your dream land makes no difference if you’re neighbors make you miserable. While we can’t pick our neighbors, if we could, we should all hope to …

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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

By Josh Speiss

In an effort to make planet-saving changes, going green is the new norm. Learn about simple ways that you can help reduce your carbon footprint today.

Get to Know Florida’s Sunny City of Gainesville

By LandCentral

Gainesville, the home of the University of Florida, is a lively and historic city with much to offer. Located in Alachua County in the center of the “Sunshine State,” the town has many amenities and is well-suited for adults, which …

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Wakulla County, Florida

By LandCentral

Wakulla County sits on the sunny Florida’s Panhandle . As part of the Tallahassee Metropolitan Area, it is home to more than 32,000 residents. Wakulla County encompasses part of Apalachicola National Forest, Wakulla Springs and many historical sites. Apalachicola National …

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Explore Burnett County, Wisconsin

By Courtney Hageman

Located in the northwestern corner of Wisconsin and along the Wisconsin-Minnesota border, you’ll find yourself in Burnett County. This wide expanse of land is made up of 24 towns, each with a unique attributing feature that helps make the county …

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The Great Lakes

By LandCentral

Fresh water has always been a precious commodity. We need it to drink and cook. We need it for survival. Where can one find the WORLD’S largest collection of fresh water in one place? The Great Lakes, of course. Filled …

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Top Pumpkin Patches to Visit Across the United States

By Candice Armstrong

Fall is upon us. The leaves are falling, the air is turning cool and crisp, children have gone back to school, and Halloween is right around the corner. Now it’s time to embrace that time-honored tradition of venturing to the …

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