“West Virginia, mountain mamma, take me home to the country roads.” If you know this John Denver song, you know he was quite fond of West Virginia, and there are plenty of reasons why. John Denver didn’t just sing about places he loved for no reason. They meant something to him, and West Virginia was indeed one of those locations.
Located on the Northern coast of Oregon is one of the most historic and beautiful parks in the country. It’s one that is visited by millions of travelers each year and gets the visitors to keep coming back for more. They simply can’t get enough of the picturesque Lewis and Clark National Historic Park.
There’s no denying that America is home to some of the best beaches in the world. We have the best of both worlds. From the forest and mountainous oceans on the West Coast and the tropical oasis on the east coast. Regardless of what type of beach experience you’re hoping to find, there are a few that are truly unlike any other. And the ones that we consider to be amongst the best in the country. Take a look and see our pick for the Top U.S. beaches and tell us if you agree.
Millions of people travel to Colorado each year to experience the beauty and endless activities. Additionally, it’s all around one of the greatest states in America. The Rocky Mountains draw in millions of visitors each year for its natural beauty and many outdoor activities. These activities are for families, romantic getaways, and any occasion. From exciting outdoor activities to a cozy dinner next to a fireplace, you can experience the best of both worlds in Estes Park, Colorado.
Summer is all about fun times, exciting activities and time spent with our friends and loved ones. Regardless of your age or where you live, there are always fun things to do during summertime. One, in particular, is the Camp Bisco Music Festival taking place in Scranton, PA July 13-15. Get ready for the concert of the summer if you live in or around Scranton.
In case you didn’t know, there’s so much more to Utah than just Salt Lake City. In fact, Utah has an extraordinary amount of fun things to go and places to go. One of them, in particular, is St. George. Located on the Arizona/Utah border. You’ll be amazed at how many people this little town draws in each year, and you’re about to find out why!
Just a quick 90-minute drive to Las Vegas, St. George offers a warm climate and fun activities to all who visit. Read on to find out some of the great things to do and see while in St. George, Utah.
Fireworks, barbecues, summertime and fun in the sun! There’s no better time to indulge in all that summer than on the Fourth of July. For some of us, the east coast is the place to be. Some will be in New York City’s Times Square. Or some may be right on the Hudson River looking at the spectacular firework show. However, for others, the West Coast is where they will be for a night of fireworks and celebrations.
If you’re planning on heading out west for the Fourth of July, be sure to spend the holiday in one of these amazing West Coast destinations.
As we come into the summer months, it’s a good idea for outdoor lovers to plan summer trips. Camping and outdoor activities are great for this time of year. And what better place to start the planning then at one of the greatest state parks in the Midwest?
America is full of small towns that get overlooked due to the fact that they are small or not considered major cities. However, there are a so many that offer unique sites and rich culture. Located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan is a town that is home to many hidden gems that most people never knew. It is the quaint and historic town of Houghton, Michigan. Houghton was named after Douglass Houghton who was Michigan’s first appointed state geologist.
Nestled in the heart of beautiful Kissimmee, FL at the Silver Spurs Arena is a place where the magic happens. Whether it be a rodeo or a graduation, Kissimmee can be home to some amazing events. One in particular that can draw in a crowd from thousands of miles away is the Runaway Country Music Festival.