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Visit Gulf Islands National Seashore
2 days ago

Visit Gulf Islands National Seashore

Do you dream of white sand and sunshine? Gulf Islands National Seashore has you covered with recreation and relaxation opportunities for the whole family. Spanning the coast of Florida and Mississippi, millions of visitors are drawn to the islands in the northern Gulf of Mexico for the white sandy beaches and aquamarine waters. Whether you visit for a day or a week, there is plenty to do and see at Gulf Islands National Seashore.

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Visiting Nantucket, MA
7 days ago

Visiting Nantucket, MA

Nantucket has long been home to the nation’s best limericks. Also, home of some of the single most idyllic photographs capturing the natural beauty of New England. Found off of the coast of Cape Cod, and neighbor to Martha’s Vineyard is Nantucket. Nantucket is known for having an active arts and culture center. In addition, the city has rich historical sites and charming local shops and eateries.

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Historic Sites in The Northeast
2 weeks ago

Historic Sites in The Northeast

When we think of the Northeast region of the United States of America, we think of the following states: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland. A lot of history has happened here. There are forts and ships and battlefields to remind us of the unfolding saga of the United States. This article highlights historic buildings from each state that are evocative of the state they are in. Enjoy the tour.

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HarbourFest in Hilton Head, SC
2 weeks ago

HarbourFest in Hilton Head, SC

For almost 30 years, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, has been celebrating summer with the renowned Harbourfest. An estimated 60,000 visitors flock to Shelter Cove Harbour every year for the free event. This event features food, fun, and entertainment every night of the week from Memorial Day to Labor Day. In addition, there are family-friendly festivities take place mid-island at mile marker 8. Located across from the Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort. The festivities include everything from arts and crafts to carnival games. If your heart desires a culinary creation then look no further!
At this event, you can fulfill your food desires because choices range from snow cones to luxe seafood meals and soft pretzels. But the biggest draw is the live entertainment, with fan favorites returning year after year.

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T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park
2 weeks ago

T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park

T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park is a Florida State Park on the St. Joseph Peninsula near Port St. Joe. You want to go to this state park because this is one of the best-unspoiled stretches of coastline in the state. Among the many wonderful beaches of Florida, this one offers unsurpassed beauty, peaceful solitude, gentle wildlife, and an environment in which to unwind, relax and recharge.

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Palo Duro State Park
2 weeks ago

Palo Duro State Park

Mention the word “canyon,” and most people think of the biggest canyon in the United States, the Grand Canyon. The second biggest canyon may not spring to mind. But it should. Palo Duro Canyon is the largest canyon in the United States. And you can visit the Palo Duro State Park, near Amarillo, Texas. Palo Duro Canyon is what geologists call a canyon system. It is part of the Caprock Escarpment – a running 175-mile long cliff formation of red and tan rock, ranging from fifty to one hundred feet high- in the Panhandle of Texas. The Palo Duro Canyon was formed by a tributary of the Red River, called the Prairie Dog Town Fork Red River.

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Visiting Alcatraz Island
2 weeks ago

Visiting Alcatraz Island

“Just Visiting” is one of the sayings made familiar to anyone who has played the classic Parker Brothers board game, “Monopoly.” It is a great alternative to the other option of being incarcerated. The same can be said for Alcatraz Island. For many years it was one of the most famous prisons in the world. If it were still the same, we would prefer to be “just visiting” this place, nicknamed The Rock, a mile and a quarter from land in the middle of San Francisco Bay.

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Best Places for Fourth of July on the West Coast
3 weeks ago

Best Places for Fourth of July on the West Coast

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. 

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Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge
3 weeks ago

Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge

 If it’s diverse scenery and idyllic recreational opportunities in the Northwest that you seek, then we have identified just the place for you. Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge, one of the jewels of the Refuge System, is nestled near the foot of Mount Adams in Washington’s Cascades Range. While the scenery and abundant wildlife are what draw people at first glance, visitors soon discover more. Conboy Lake NWR offers hidden gems that will keep them returning for years!

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Zoo to You (Paso Robles, CA)
3 weeks ago

Zoo to You (Paso Robles, CA)

Zoos are one of those places where everyone in the family can have fun. Not only is seeing rare and exotic animals cool, but it’s an educational experience. No wonder they are commonly on the ‘must see’ list for anyone visiting a city with a great zoo. 

Paso Robles, California has an interesting approach to zoos that you might find interesting. Not only does the city have its zoo it also works on bringing the zoo to you! 

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