Smack dab in the middle of the country, Omaha is easy to get to from all directions and a great long weekend destination you probably haven’t considered. Get ready to shatter your expectations and be pleasantly surprised by Nebraska’s largest city. I certainly was.
Everyone knows Lake Tahoe as an epic winter ski destination, but summer is actually the secret season to visit. Straddling two states, it’s a super accessible adventure with both mountains and water as an oasis.
Chicago’s food, lake, theater, and arts all contribute to the rich cultural tapestry and there are a number of iconic things to do and signature places to eat that are required to have the quintessential Windy City experience.
Whether you’re a history buff, motorhead, photographer, road trip enthusiast, or general travel lover, driving Route 66 is a trip everyone should take at least once in their lifetime. Here’s how to get your kicks on the Mother Road.
A 70-mile peninsula comprised of over a dozen lake and bay towns, Door County is the kind of place where benches and Adirondacks line the shores just calling for you to slow down, take a seat, and watch the waves.
6 HOT Things to Do in Phoenix for a COOL Time this Summer (Beyond the Golf Courses and Boutiques) Visiting Phoenix in the dead of summer when it regularly breaks 100 degrees may sound crazy, but the sizzling temperatures are […]
Most people think about heading to one of the coasts when they need a beach retreat, but you don’t need an ocean to find an epic beach town. It’s actually the middle of the country that’s privy to some of the most surprising travel gems for summertime fun.
Nestled between the mountains and reality, Boulder and Denver have been called the foodiest, happiest, beeriest, and fittest cities in the country so the next time you’re looking for a quick getaway – give Colorado a look.
Alaska is remote, alluring, vast, and yes, even a bit intimidating. If planning a trip to Alaska feels as daunting as being there, consider a cruise where everything is taken care of for you.