Harrisburg, the state capital of Pennsylvania, is alongside the Susquehanna River, near Susquehanna Valley. Because it played such a pivotal role in American history, as a backdrop for the Civil War battles, there is much to learn in the area. In addition to educational stops, there is a hub of things to do, from arts and culture to shopping, to outdoors, to family activities.
Thinking about a solo travel trip but don’t have the time to head to popular spots in Europe, Asia, or South America?
Fear not, because there are plenty of amazing spots for solo travelers all across America. And, you don’t need to go far, some of them are a perfect weekend road trip away.
In this post, we’re going to highlight 5 cities that we think are perfect spots for solo travelers.
So get your backpack ready, fill up the tank, and let’s take a road trip!
It’s not often you’ll find a beautiful part of the National Park Service only 15 miles from a major East Coast city.
Well, welcome to Great Falls Park.
Great Falls Park, in McLean, Virginia is only 15 miles from the nation’s capital in Washington, DC. It’s the perfect day trip from Washington and the surrounding areas, both for locals and people visiting the region.
In this post, we’re going to cover what you need to know about Great Falls Park, Virginia.
Did you know, one of the most traveled highways in the state of Utah is US 89.
It runs for more than 500 miles through the center of the state from north to south. And nature-lovers won’t want to miss it, as it passes through some of the most beautiful stretches of the entire Western U.S. It also has a rich and often-changing history, which dates all the way back to 1926, though it was entirely different back then than its current layout.
Ready for adventure? Pack your bags and head out.
Alaska might seem to be an unusual spot for a road trip, but if you believe that, you’re missing out. There are plenty of unique and beautiful road trips anyone can take in Alaska, that will be the envy of all your friends.
One of them is along the Alaska Haines Highway. This National Scenic Byway has been attracting adventurous road trippers for decades, so we thought it would be a fantastic trip to highlight in this post.
Ready to head to the great white north?
That’s where you’ll find Columbia, South Carolina, that capital of the state and city exploding with things to do and see. As South Carolina becomes a more popular destination, Columbia is a city you don’t want to miss out exploring.
In this post, we’re going to give you a quick guide to Columbia, SC. You’ll learn about some of our favorite hot spots and must-see attractions, plus how to get there on your next road trip.
There is just something about lighthouses that everyone loves. It’s a quiet haven of contemplation and sweet serenity in a sometimes too chaotic world. The feeling of being surrounded by nature, standing high above the ocean, with waves crashing below, and the smell of salt blowing in the breeze. It’s soothing and symbolic of many things from strength and guidance to promises of resilience and renewal.
So, it’s no wonder why many people go from place to place, in search of new lighthouses to explore. In this post, we will show you some on the west coast.
You’ve heard of Historic Route 66. But, have you heard of Route 50? It spans all the way from Sacramento, California to Ocean City, Maryland. And it makes for one of most epic road trips. In this post, learn all about the stops you won’t want to miss!
Did you know that Boise, Idaho is one of the fastest growing cities in America?
That’s because it’s becoming the newest hot spot for people looking to find a city that has the perfect combination of things to do and natural beauty in a really relaxed atmosphere.
Many people are moving to Boise, so it must be a pretty cool place to visit, right?
Exactly! And that’s what we’re going to cover in this post. Consider it your quick guide to Boise.