Pete’s RV Center in South Burlington, Vermont, recently provided a 32-foot RV to the state’s Make-A-Wish Foundation, giving a 14-year-old boy his dream adventure.

According to a press release, Noah, who lives in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, said his “one true wish” was to spend time with his family by taking the quintessential family vacation – a two-week, 3,200 mile RV trip.

Noah and his family will be traveling from Vermont to Niagara Falls in Canada for their first stop then head for the Everglades in Florida. Before hitting the Sunshine State, they will stop for an overnight in Mount Airy, N.C. In Florida, Noah will be able to visit Sea World, Kennedy Space Center and take an airboat across the Everglades.

On their way back to Vermont, Noah will be able to examine the caves of Luray Caverns in Virginia.

“The staff at Pete’s RV is absolutely wonderful,” said Heather Corneau, director of wish granting, Make-A-Wish Vermont. “When I received this wish request, I immediately went to Pete’s RV and they were ready and willing to help. We are so grateful for their support and helping us to make the magic of Noah’s perfect wish.”

Make-A-Wish Vermont grants wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. Since their inception in 1989, Make-A-Wish Vermont has granted every eligible Vermont child’s wish, which is 593 wishes to date.

For more information please visit www.vermont.wish.org.