Located in beautiful Santa Barbara, California, this hidden gem of a park is home to some of the last remaining cave art that was created by the Chumash Native Americans. These paintings are estimated to date back to the 1600s, if not earlier. The cave itself is quite small, and is made of sandstone boulders.
Tacky souvenirs can be great, but nothing beats a handmade souvenir that will forever remind you of a great vacation. These locally crafted goods will show your friends and family back home that you wanted to give them something truly special. Check out some of these unique items that will fit right into your suitcase.
Summer may be winding down in most parts of the country, but there’s still time to enjoy the weather in a truly fun way: hitching yourself to the back of a boat and going water skiing! Head to one of these cities to make an end-of-summer splash.
The beach may not be the first thing you associate with Oregon, but the state’s coast is simply beautiful. There are plenty of places to catch some rays that are perfect for a romantic getaway, a family vacation, or an adventure with friends!
It’s true that not much can compare to the epic trio of waterfalls on the border of New York and Canada. However, there are a handful of spots across the country that are nearly as awesome … and possibly closer to home. Pick your favorite from these popular choices.
Native American art museums unite creative expression with historic detail about our country’s original residents. While these institutions are fewer and further between than traditional art galleries, the opportunity to learn about various tribes and their heritage is invaluable. We’ve rounded up a handful of them that are well worth the trip!