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Aclipse Campervans Aclipse rents fully equipped campervans for those who are passionate about adventure big and small. We customize our vans to fit your travel so you can hit the road hassle free.
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It is Friday and I have a trip for you! Here is your #wheretoweekend. Not sure if it is being held up inside for winter ...
05/07/2021

It is Friday and I have a trip for you! Here is your #wheretoweekend. Not sure if it is being held up inside for winter or if it is the dread of Cincinnti’s summer humidity, but I want to take full advantage of what Spring has to offer. That got me thinking, what is the very best part of Spring? Waterfalls, EPIC WATERFALLS. The snow has melted, the rain has come, the waterfalls are gushing! Crawford State Park has waterfalls, gorgeous mountain scenery, crystal clear mountain lakes, and can serve as home base as you summit the highest peaks of the Presidential Range of the White Mountains. This is a trip for late spring since early spring can be snowed in. This is a week long trip of hiking, summits, waterfalls, and dips in the water that will awaken the spirit. Near the park are Lincoln and Woodstock which have many great breweries, wineries, fooderies, and my favorite bakeries to taste and enjoy. The 14h drive can easily be broken up by stopping at Erie, Buffalo, or Niagara on the way. Arethusa Falls are the largest and most visited in the park. By taking Bemis Brook/Arethusa Falls Trail you get to see Coliseum Falls, Bemis Falls, along the way to Arethusa Falls. Silver Cascade is visible from the road. There is a parking lot for visiting the falls and you can hike along the ledge. Beecher and Pearl cascade are also short hikes and easily accessible. Kendron Flume, Gibbs Falls, Nancy Cascade, Ripley Falls, are a few more to add to your list. Had your fill of waterfalls? It is time to summit! Mt. Willard, Mt Wiley, Mt Jackson, are closest. Venture out of the park to the Presidential Range (Mt. Washington is on my personal bucket list). Take a dip in one of the many alpine lakes, Ethan Pond is one of the more accessible. This loop trail takes you through meadows of wildflowers and is a favorite for hikers.
Big thanks to our photographers who helped inspire this trip. Give them a like or follow!
@mountainmanofnh
@mikekernphotogrphy
@hrezh
@chriswhiton

So many places to go. What's top of your list?
05/05/2021

So many places to go. What's top of your list?

So many places to go. What's top of your list?

Breakfast of champions. Coffee and oatmeal.
05/03/2021

Breakfast of champions. Coffee and oatmeal.

Breakfast of champions. Coffee and oatmeal.

05/02/2021

We have packed all your essentials so you can pack less and save time.

Hey all! Don’t know about you, but after all the rain in Cincy, I am ready for some dry land. So this week we are featur...
04/30/2021

Hey all! Don’t know about you, but after all the rain in Cincy, I am ready for some dry land. So this week we are featuring Badlands National Park, SD for our #wheretoweekend. Sof and I took this trip last December and if you know us, we can’t stop talking about it. The park has two campgrounds, Cedar Pass and Sage Creek Campground (free, first come first serve). Hiking here is short and sweet and all trails are worth it. Notch Point was one of my favorites. It is like being on Mars. Drive the Badlands Loop and stop at all the overlooks that catch your eye but don’t miss Panorama Point. The beauty is endless. Jump into the past. Find skeletons of three-toed horses and saber-toothed cats are among the many fossilized species found here. Visit the Fossil Preparation Lab and engage with paleontologists and other park staff working on Badlands fossils! Wildlife abounds in the park’s 244,000 acres. Bison are seen from Sage Creek Rim Road, best chances of catching them up close is early morning or late at night. Bighorn Sheep are often seen on the rocky precipices of Pinnacles Overlook and in Cedar Pass areas like Castle Trail and Big Badlands Overlook. Watching these guys navigate the steep cliffs was one of my favorite things to watch. Sunrise, sunset, and the night sky put on a show 365 days a year. Ranger tours of the night sky weren’t being given at the time we visited but I would have hopped at the chance to learn more about all those gorgeous stars you can see at night. I also would have loved to road bike here. There are a few places for great rides along the roads, bikes are only permitted on the road and beware of the bison.
Everyone should come check out this park. It is amazing!
Thank you to the photographers who helped inspire our trip, as we hope to inspire others! Give them a like and a follow if you have found inspiration as we have!

@evolving.sky
@nationalparksservice
@wtmg_photogrphy
@compozitions
@brandon_erdman_photography

Hey All, stop by, we miss you! 10-2 @madtreebrewing Bring your used gear to swap, or shop, or donate to one of our favor...
04/29/2021

Hey All, stop by, we miss you! 10-2 @madtreebrewing Bring your used gear to swap, or shop, or donate to one of our favorite nonprofits @adventurecrewcincy !!! We’ll be there with one of the vans and are happy to talk gear, camping, or just say hi!

Hey All, stop by, we miss you! 10-2 @madtreebrewing Bring your used gear to swap, or shop, or donate to one of our favorite nonprofits @adventurecrewcincy !!! We’ll be there with one of the vans and are happy to talk gear, camping, or just say hi!

When the sun shines bright, just after a rain. Cook inside or out, this campervan has options.
04/28/2021

When the sun shines bright, just after a rain. Cook inside or out, this campervan has options.

When the sun shines bright, just after a rain. Cook inside or out, this campervan has options.

Sharing, it's the neighborly thing to do.
04/26/2021

Sharing, it's the neighborly thing to do.

Sharing, it's the neighborly thing to do.

Who’s ready for water activities and warm weather? With the second winter we had this week in Ohio, the only thing I cou...
04/23/2021

Who’s ready for water activities and warm weather? With the second winter we had this week in Ohio, the only thing I could think about was hot summer days and water activities. This week’s #wheretoweekend has a lot of water sports packed in two beautiful state parks that are very close to each other! Presque Isle and Erie Bluff State Park are just a little over 5 hours away from Cincinnati. While these parks are not very big, they are the perfect destination for a 4 day -3 night trip. This park has over 10 beaches where you can swim, surf, play sand volleyball, kite surfing, or just relax. Presque Isle is an ideal destination for fishing and nature watching. Bass, Walleye, Perch, Smelt, are just a few of the common species you will find here. There are several shore fishing spots, as well as all boat landings, and during the winter, ice fishing is very popular. Bowfishing is permitted. BirdWatching magazine named Presque Isle as one of the top birding spots in the country! More than 339 bird species have been identified on the peninsula. This spot offers a safe haven for Shorebirds migrating from the Arctic Circle to South America, every year. An amazing place to visit to know more about the migrating birds but also about their habitat is the Tom Ridge Environmental Center located at the entrance of Presque Isle. With an impressive 75 foot glass observation tower the TREC is hard to miss. Their purpose is to teach visitors about the unique 3,200 acres of peninsula and the many different forms of life that inhabit it. The park is open during the day only, however, there are two campgrounds really close, Lampe and Sara’s campground with Bayside campgrounds. We really appreciate the photographers who inspire us to go out and explore this amazing spot! Please give them a follow! @delaney_healey @jbaughphoto @phillip_burkett1 @just_unitedstates @bogspics @erieapparel @voodoobrewery

Happy 🌎 day!!! Take some time today to see what you can do for this amazing planet! Small or big, local or national, eve...
04/22/2021

Happy 🌎 day!!! Take some time today to see what you can do for this amazing planet! Small or big, local or national, every little bit counts towards forward progress.

Happy 🌎 day!!! Take some time today to see what you can do for this amazing planet! Small or big, local or national, every little bit counts towards forward progress.

Grab your best friend and go! It's time for an adventure.
04/21/2021

Grab your best friend and go! It's time for an adventure.

Grab your best friend and go! It's time for an adventure.

Late night go to sausage, mac n' cheese, and broccoli. Drop the broccoli in with the noodles just before they are done. ...
04/19/2021

Late night go to sausage, mac n' cheese, and broccoli. Drop the broccoli in with the noodles just before they are done. Quick, filling, and soo delicious.

Late night go to sausage, mac n' cheese, and broccoli. Drop the broccoli in with the noodles just before they are done. Quick, filling, and soo delicious.

04/18/2021

Peace out, Girl Scout! Where to next?

Warm days and cool nights, I love this weather! Time for #wheretoweekend Ever wonder about the southern start of the AT?...
04/16/2021

Warm days and cool nights, I love this weather! Time for #wheretoweekend Ever wonder about the southern start of the AT? Where does the journey begin for most people? What does it look like? Well, I came across a perfect little adventure that answers those questions and I thought, it was so good I had to share. This itinerary comes from 3 Days Adventure In The Chattahoochee National Forest, by @OutdoorProject. Check out their website for more detail or other great adventure reads! This trip starts at Springer Mountain where many take their first steps on the Appalachian Trail. By way of Springer Mountain loop trail you can enjoy the views of the mountain and hike to the summit where thru hikers registar at the start of the trail. There are of the best mountain bike trail systems in the area, if you prefer to see the area with a little more speed, Aska Trails and Jake and Bull Mountain trails.These trails offer a variety of difficulty and show off the area’s diverse terrain. Spend the night next to a lake, tucked in the mountains by heading east to Dockery Lake Campground. Day 2, start with a waterfall stroll to Helton Creek Falls. Then check out the views from Blood Mountain 6 mile loop trail, beginning at Vogel State park. Some of this trail rides along the AT. End the day with panoramic views of Georgia’s highest peak by driving to Brasstown Bald. From the parking lot it is just 500ft to the summit. Find a camp spot in the National Park or close by Andrews Cove Campground. Day 3 is all about waterfalls. Hike to High Shoals Creek to enjoy two unique waterfalls. Then head south to Unicoi State park and hike put to Anna Ruby Falls, a gorgeous set of twin falls. End your day at Yonah Mountain summit. It is short but steep and well worth the climb hike. This itinerary could be done forwards or backwards and obviously Chattahoochee National Forest is huge, so this trip could easily be extended beyond a long weekend.
Thank you to the photographers who photographed and inspired us to check out this beautiful area. Give them a like or a follow. @nickbrownlow @alysonbrowett @kalebastphoto @chrisgreerphotography

Chilly evenings call for a camp fire.
04/14/2021

Chilly evenings call for a camp fire.

Chilly evenings call for a camp fire.

The table is set, doors open, let's eat!
04/12/2021

The table is set, doors open, let's eat!

The table is set, doors open, let's eat!

04/11/2021

Why do meals taste so much better on the road? Whats you favorite meal to cook on the go?

It’s #wheretoweekend ! This week we are featuring Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area found on the western s...
04/09/2021

It’s #wheretoweekend ! This week we are featuring Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area found on the western side of the Kentucky, Tennessee border. 170,000 acres of forests, wetlands, and open lands on a peninsula between Kentucky and Barkley lakes. Just a 4.5 hour drive from Cincinnati. This will make a great weekend trip! The extensive trail system offers a variety of excursion possibilities.Over 500 miles of trails for hiking, biking, off-road riding, and horseback riding. These trails lead to the most wonderful spots at Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area. Native wildlife, plants and wildflowers thrive in our woods, fields, and lake shores.
Land Between the Lakes offers basic, dispersed, developed and self-service camping. Areas outside the developed campgrounds offer fewer amenities, these areas offer more peace, solitude, and a more primitive camping experience at Land Between the Lakes.
The Elk & Bison Prairie is a 700-acre enclosure where Elk and bison roam free. Visitors enjoy the wildlife on a 3 mile driving loop.
Land Between the Lakes has two designated swimming areas located in Hillman Ferry and Piney Campgrounds open to campers at those facilities. But can also dip your toes in the water by visiting any of the park’s basic campgrounds, camping areas and dispersed shoreline access on Kentucky or Barkley Lakes. Many of the areas have picnic tables and campfire rings. Get a feel for the history of the area by visiting the Homeplace 1850s Working Farm and Living History Museum or take a self guided tour of the Iron Industry Ruins of the 1820-1850’s. Catch a show at the Golden Pond Planetarium. They offer shows, around 40 minutes long and projected onto a 40’ high dome ceiling. See the entire peninsula and one of the prettiest drives, on the Woodlands Trace National Scenic Byway. Take your time and picnic along the way!
Thanks so much to the photographers who have captured the beauty of LBTL!
@andymclemorelore
@lukeperkinsphotography
@jasonsealock
@b_d_moore
@ss71imagery
@kimp_chi
@sarahlhughes

It has been long enough, you are due for an epic adventure.
04/07/2021

It has been long enough, you are due for an epic adventure.

It has been long enough, you are due for an epic adventure.

When you wake up, look outside, and just know, today is going to be a good day.
04/05/2021

When you wake up, look outside, and just know, today is going to be a good day.

When you wake up, look outside, and just know, today is going to be a good day.

04/04/2021

It is not the destination, it's the journey. Enjoy!

It is #wheretoweekend time! This week we are featuring Hanging Rock State Park in North Carolina. A 6hr. 40 min drive fr...
04/02/2021

It is #wheretoweekend time! This week we are featuring Hanging Rock State Park in North Carolina. A 6hr. 40 min drive from Aclipse headquarters, this might be the spring getaway you need. Enter the 7869 acres of quiet forests, stand on the sheer cliffs and 2500 foot peaks of bare rock. There are over 20 miles of hiking trails to explore the views of the Piedmont Plateau. Get that feeling of refreshment from the cascading waterfalls or the cool mountain lake nestled in the hills. Some of the best views of the park can be seen from a mountain bike. The park has developed trails for beginner, intermediate and advanced mountain bikers. For the experienced climber, check out Cook’s Wall and Moore’s Wall, a series of cliffs up to 400 feet high and extending almost two miles. A popular more laidback activity during warmer months is to float down the Dan River that runs through the park. Visit a local outfitter north of the park to rent equipment. The camping at Hanging Rock State Park offers 73 primitive tent, trailer, and group campsites. Each campsite has a grill and picnic table. The campground is a short walk to the lake, where you can swim all summer long and many hiking trails start. Outside the park there is much to explore. Stokes County has a cultural heritage rich in arts, music and antiques. Music festivals run throughout the summer. Further out, Winston-Salom is just 30 miles from the park with much history and culture to explore. Hanging Rock State Park has plenty to do to fill up a long weekend 3-4 days. If you add in the surrounding area, this is easily a 5+ day trip!

Thanks as always to our amazing photographers who inspired us to choose this beautiful spot. They have truly captured the beauty of the area. Give them a like or a follow!
@iemstellar
@adventure_seekernc
@kyleforemanphoto
@jsilkstonephotography
@jdashton11
Greg Dollyhite

Yeah, this is worth waking up for.
03/31/2021

Yeah, this is worth waking up for.

Yeah, this is worth waking up for.

Looks like a good spot to rest!
03/29/2021

Looks like a good spot to rest!

Looks like a good spot to rest!

The weather is warming and it is time to head out! #wheretoweekend. This week we are featuring Mohican State Park. Just ...
03/26/2021

The weather is warming and it is time to head out! #wheretoweekend. This week we are featuring Mohican State Park. Just a short drive, for a perfect weekend. Spring, summer, fall or winter, Mohican is the destination that offers adventure, events, history and arts. The hills of Mohican provide the backdrop for hiking, running, canoeing, camping, mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing, or more.
The 1,110-acre Mohican State Park and the adjacent 4,525-acre State Forest offer limitless opportunities for visitors to explore one of Ohio’s most stunning natural regions.
With over 88 miles of hiking and bridle trails you could spend days admiring the beautiful vistas. The adventurous spirit can explore the 25-mile Mohican Mountain Bike Trail.The State Scenic Mohican water trail known for being the “Canoe Capital of Ohio”, take an afternoon and enjoy! Rent a canoe, kayak or raft and float lazily down the river or if you are in the need for speed, rent a jet ski or bring your own ski boat to 783-acre Pleasant Hill Lake. Plenty of camping, year round. Every site comes with a picnic table and fire ring. Enjoy local fare at the Village Point Parlor. They have ice cream in a wide variety of flavors and freshly made pizza and subs. This place combines small town charm with a modern environment. Another spot to check out is Stein Brewing Company. One of the first Brewery’s in the area for quite some time. They focus not just on great beer but also great food.
This place is perfect for a campervan weekend away. Just a short drive from Cincinnati, Mohican State Park might be the bit of gorgeous nature you need to tackle your next work week.

Big thank you to our photographers who helped inspire this week’s #wheretoweekend. Visit their account and give their pic’s a like or a follow!
@michelle_klien_photography
@nickhoeler
@mhoffmanphoto
@stienbrewco2017
@villagepointparlor
@mattshiflerphoto!

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We are a campervan rental business for people that love the outdoors. The campervan has all the amenities of a RV, like comfortable bedding and bed, portable stove, sink, table, chairs, kitchen utensils, outside rinser. Our core service is to provide a van equipped for any adventure, anywhere.

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We believe fresh air has the power to repair the spirit, and awaken the senses. At the end of the work week we yearn for high adventure. Aclipse is made for people who want to spend time pursuing their dreams, exploring new places, and living life to the fullest. We embrace nature’s beauty and simplicity with thoughtful design and clever use of space. Our vans are adventure ready, customized to your needs with high quality gear. As the sun sets and the stars glow, we want you to comfortably kick back and relax after a day of exploring. Playing hard requires a good night’s rest and we want you to be ready to get after it day after day. Venture on, sleep well.


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Big Cedar this weekend! Glad to get out for a change.