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.
For generations, Hanover, New Hampshire has been an eclectic destination for families, couples, business travelers, and more. Hanover has managed to retain its classic small town appeal while developing modern-day area attractions to discover. This New England spot is a hub for college students and families with an idyllic downtown. Here’s our guide to this charming New England small town.
Summer is officially over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t bundle up a bit, enjoy the ocean breeze, and dip your toes into the water if you’re particularly brave. Plus, the off-season means that there’s even more room to spread out and soak up the sun.
There is a lot more to American architecture than glass skyscrapers dotting the city skylines. Don’t recall seeing any? Well, that’s because you don’t know where to look!
All across the country we’ve got a few amazing castles that you don’t need to travel to places around the world to see.
American castles? You bet there are.
Kancamagus Highway Scenic Drive is a trip along New Hampshire’s highway 112 from Conway to Lincoln. The 34-mile long scenic byway winds through the White Mountain National Forest, much of the way following the course of the Swift River. Along the way, one can explore and enjoy Sabbaday Falls, Lower Falls, Rocky Gorge, Champney Falls, and the Kancamagus Pass on Mt. Kancamagus. This is one of the best fall foliage drives in the nation, so expect heaver traffic when the leaves are turning and the “leaf peepers” are in season.
Is there a better way to spend a day than at a theme park? The rush of the roller coasters, the splash of the log flume, the crunch of a plate of fried dough, it’s all hard to beat. There are hundreds of amazing theme parks all across this country, in fact, it would take you years to be able to tackle them all!
Maybe that’s a challenge you’d love to accept?
In the meantime, with the summer in full swing, we figured we’d give you a list of some of the very best theme parks for families across the US. On your next vacation, you might want to make one (or all) of these theme parks your main destination, you won’t regret it!
For your next beach road trip, select some of the best beaches for sunrise in the USA! Check out our list below, featuring some of the best Instagram photos of sunrises from across the country. Share your beach road trip photos with us by tagging @drivethenation!