A super popular Illinois state park, Starved Rock has miles of hiking trails and lots of hidden caves and secret waterfalls. Then head south on Route 178 to nearby Matthiessen State Park for more beauty.
Zion has hosted a Plein Air Art Invitational for nearly 10 years. The first week in November each year, 24 artists are invited to paint in the park. They give daily talks and demonstrations and you can spot them on the hiking trails with their easels and paintbrushes.
Craft beer fever has definitely gripped the nation, as well as the whole world it seems. If you’re not from the midwest you may not know that there are awesome craft beers to be found in Iowa!
Ready for a road trip? Why stay in cheap motels when you can throw a tent in the trunk of the car and enjoy fresh air instead? Here are 7 tips for an awesome car camping experience geared toward first timers.
Santa Cruz is a small town but there is a lot to do, especially if you love nature and the ocean. Get active with hiking, surfing and mountain biking or go hedonistic eating, drinking and shopping.
Visit some of America’s most beautiful gardens. A good garden should capture your imagination, calm you down and offer you a respite from normal every day life.
Less than 50 miles of the coast of southern California lie eight peaceful hilly islands with lots of things to explore. Let’s visit the California channel islands!
Are you interested in Native American art and culture? Mark your calendars for the Gathering of Nations, taking place in Albuquerque, New Mexico on April 27-29, 2017.
Carousels, also called Merry Go Rounds and Roundabouts, are delightful for both children and adults. You can’t help but be captivated by the fanciful prancing horses and other creatures, the leaping and twirling, and the charming music
Honolulu brings to mind beautiful white sand beaches, gentle waves, hula dancing maidens and swaying palm trees. But to those in the know, Honolulu has a happening food scene. Watch this video and prepare to get hungry.