National Parks and the Midwestern Route From Chicago all the way down to the tip of Texas, this road trip will take you on an adventure right down the middle of the United States. In this trip you will visit America’s second city, with a number of great parks and a trip to the home […]
America is home to some of the most recognizable landscapes in the world. It also holds countless gems that are less familiar, less crowded, and just as special as the big-name places. Look outside the box to find incredible landscapes you’ve never heard of.
The six least visited National Parks in the lower 48 From the Atlantic to the Pacific, the United States has 60 National Parks that feature every kind of geographic location imaginable. From deserts to oceans, grasslands to mountains and everything in between. Some parks boasts millions of visitors every year, and I bet you can […]
Grand Rapids, Michigan has a burgeoning outdoor scene. This city boasts an excellent urban atmosphere with incredible restaurants, attractions and live music, but underneath it all is a rapidly-growing outdoors scene. Here are a few ways to catch some fresh air and get the most out of this awesome city!
There are plenty of noteworthy attractions in the Black Hills of South Dakota: Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial, Badlands National Park, Custer State Park, and Wind Cave National Park name a few. Head south from Wind Cave, though, and you’ll be delighted with the heaps of attractions, great for the whole family.
When most of us think about a weekend getaway, we don’t usually think of going to a small town on the northeastern plains of Colorado. Or maybe that’s just me because I have an overwhelming love for places with a little higher altitude. However, after I was invited to join my family for a weekend […]
It’s a real town with real people, 365 days a year. You won’t find a tourist season in Hot Springs because the town does cool stuff year round! The shops, restaurants, recreation, and events that take place around Hot Springs are intended for the people who live there, and subsequently the guests who visit. Don’t […]