Located on the border of Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota, Sioux City is the fourth largest city in Iowa, and it may be the city with the most to offer. However, Sioux City is not a common location for visitors to travel to, possibly because not many people know the hidden gems in this beautiful mid-west state. Whether you’re traveling to Sioux City for work, or just going to explore, don’t miss out on these amazing spots to eat, sleep and play when you visit this town.
America is made up of small towns that most people won’t ever knows or hear about. However, sometimes we discover those small towns that make us appreciate that destination and want to share it with people we know. If there’s one place that most people haven’t heard about, but definitely deserves some recognition, it is the beautiful Mineral Bluff, Georgia, located in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Mineral Bluff is a hidden gem in north Georgia and filled with natural beauty. Check out some of the best things in and near Mineral Bluff.
Aaaah, sunny Florida! There’s really no better place to spend your summer vacation – or any vacation for that matter! Florida is a tropical oasis where you can truly get away from it all. However, with so many places to go in Florida where you can get away, how do you choose where to go? If West Palm Beach is on your radar, you’ve made a great choice. There are an endless amount of things to do, upscale restaurants, trendy shopping and of course, beaches! Check out our quick guide to Florida’s beautiful West Palm beach.
Heading to the Midwest? Just a one-tank trip from many Midwest cities, Galena, Illinois, is home to century-old buildings that now house over 100 shops and restaurants. The town features a wide range of lodging options — including resorts, vacation rental homes and quaint bed-and-breakfasts – as well as scenic golf courses, soothing spas and a handful of roadside attractions.
If your travels will be leading you to Galena, our team at DriveTheNation.com has compiled a list of must-see sites that you won’t want to miss:
I first ventured to Annapolis, MD, with my travel lacrosse team in high school. Since that time, I’ve been fortunate to return to the Chesapeake Bay area on several occasions. The nature of my visits often differ, but one thing remains the same: I never want to leave. Whether you’re planning your first visit or returning for the 101st time, there is so much to see, do and explore in Annapolis. Below we have compiled our Quick Guide to Annapolis to help you plan your trip.
Roswell, New Mexico, is the fifth-largest city in New Mexico. An otherwise unassuming city, originally home to farmers and ranchers and industrial workers, Roswell came to be part of the country’s general consciousness when, in 1947, an air force surveillance balloon crashed at a ranch and prompted witnesses to believe an UFO had touched down and was subsequently covered up. An event now known as the Roswell Incident. Whether or not you believe this long-held conspiracy theory, Roswell is definitely worth a visit (but especially if you have a thing for aliens).
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and although some may be spending the weekend with their significant other, others might enjoy spending quality time with their best girlfriends. There’s …
If your travels lead you to the Volunteer State, be sure to set aside some time to explore beautiful Chattanooga. Set along the Tennessee River in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, the city features sweeping views and myriad family-friendly attractions.
Did you know the name “Chattanooga” comes from the Creek Indian word for “rock coming to a point”? As you plan your trip to this scenic city, we invite you to make it a point to visit DTN’s favorite Chattanooga attractions.