If you’ve never had the chance to go river tubing…well, you’re missing out. Imagine floating down a lazy river in an inner tube, enjoying the sites, getting some sun, chatting with friends and family, and maybe even hitting a rapid or two.
Many rivers around the country have outfitters that offer both tubes, and in some places, coolers for any food or beverages you want to take with you. Make sure to check the rules on exactly what you can take.
Right now is the perfect time of year to get out to the nearest river and go tubing. But, if you want some of the best experiences out there, check out these river tubing hotspots.
No matter who you are or where you live, getting out into the great outdoors is always a good way to slow down a bit, enjoy some nature, and recharge your batteries.
Camping is one of the most fun and yet least expensive activities you can do outside, so it’s no wonder that millions of people look forward to camping trips with friends and family every year, no matter what the season.
But, in order to really make the most of your experience, and this is true especially if you are new to camping, there are a couple of safety tips you should keep in mind. Follow these, and you’re going to be far more likely to avoid any accidental mishaps that can put a major damper on any camping experiences.
There is one big reason why most people love going to Orlando, Florida: theme parks. When you think of Orlando, typically attractions like Disney, Universal Studios, Sea World, and Wet n’ Wild are the first things that spring to mind.
However, there’s a lot more to Orlando than just theme parks. And, when most people visit the area and step outside those attractions, they find a city that is quite easy to fall in love with.
In this post, we’re going to explore some of the best things to see and do beyond the theme parks. So, if you’re headed to Orlando on vacation soon, remember to hit up some of these hot spots and not just spend all your time at the theme parks.
While most people head to the Las Vegas area to spend time on the famous (and fabulous) Las Vegas Strip, there is another pretty incredible sight not that far away: the Hoover Dam.
If it’s never occurred to you to hit up the Hoover Dam during your trip to Las Vegas, you should. In fact, Las Vegas wouldn’t even exist if not for the Dam.
You’d be hard pressed to find a person who doesn’t love penguins. These cute, cuddly, and fun little (or big) birds have been featured in ads, commercials, logos, and even movies all around the world.
So, it shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that one of the most popular animals to see at any zoo is the penguin exhibit. But, when it comes to penguins, not all zoo’s are created equal. In fact, if you’re desperate to get a great look at penguins, we’ve got you covered.
When the summer comes, thousands of people all across the United States hop in their RVs. Many of these travelers head out to tour the National Parks. It’s a time honored tradition, and for many, RVing is the best way to be able to get up close and personal with the parks for an extended period of time.
Now, it’s important to remember that not all parks are great for bringing the RV along. Sometimes it can be a matter of a lack of space for RVs, remoteness or lack of facilities. In some parks RVs aren’t even allowed at all (so be sure to check!).
Have you ever had the pleasure of visiting a natural spring? So many people focus on heading to the beach or the swimming pool that they forget there are tons of natural springs tucked into every corner of America just waiting to be discovered.
Natural springs can be wadded in, swum in, or just enjoyed for their natural beauty, it all really depends on what you’re looking for. It could be a day sitting in the hot waters looking for relief, relaxation and some time to destress. Or, maybe you’re looking for a quick dip as a way to cool off on a hot summer afternoon.