There is no question the National Park System truly is one of America’s greatest gems. And, with 2016 being the 100th birthday of the system, the parks were able to see increased growth.
While most people know the big parks like the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, and the Great Smoky Mountains, there are dozens of incredible parks that most people don’t visit because they don’t know about them or they are very remote.
If you’re looking for a truly authentic Texas experience, travel no further than Fort Worth. Fort Worth is located just 30 miles from Dallas, so it is easily serviced by the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. But for many, it can feel like a world away from the hustle and bustle of that city, which is among the largest in the country.
It’s probably safe to assume that “the beach” isn’t the first thing that comes to your mind when you think about Texas. For states like California or Florida, sure, but Texas?
While there’s a lot of amazing things you can do and see all over Texas from rodeos to football to barbecue, there’s also a ton of shoreline that is ready for you to explore. One of the best spots to really enjoy unspoiled water and islands is at the Padre Island National Seashore.
There are lots of people in both America and around the world who have been to Disney World as kids. But people actually forget that Disney World can also be a great destination for adults too.
Disney without kids? You bet.
Warm weather, palm trees, luxury shopping, and oh yea a celebrity or two…that’s what you’re likely going to encounter on any trip to Los Angeles. Is it any wonder it’s one of the top vacation destinations in all of America?
In this post, we’re going to cover five of the best landmarks Los Angeles has to offer. When you check these off your list, you know you’ll have seen some of the best and most famous sites.
So, grab your sunglasses, pack your swimsuit, and let’s go!
In case you haven’t noticed, wine has gotten pretty big in the US. There are new winemaking valleys popping up all over the country, from Upstate New York to Central Oregon.
But, chances are, when you think about wine in America, there is one state that automatically pops into your mind…that’s right, California.
Even though it might feel like Halloween just passed, once we hit November, many cities across the country begin to focus on Christmas. Even though you might still be going through all that extra candy, many are excited to start thinking about the holiday season.
And while it might not just be snowing just yet, that doesn’t mean people aren’t excited to start getting out the tinsel, wrapping presents, and thinking about their Christmas trees. So, in this post, we’re going to tell you all the best spots across the country to catch some Christmas tree lighting events.