It’s not very often you can get up close and personal with bears unless you’re running away from them in the wild (not advised)! At Michigan‘s Oswald’s Bear Ranch, visitors can learn about bears, see recuses in person, and take a tour of their habitats.
It’s a truly unique experience that is unlike any else, not only in Michigan but across the country. So, if your road trip takes you through the Upper Peninsula, make sure to mark Oswald’s Bear Ranch as a stop!
In this post, we’re going to give you a tour of the ranch, what to see, and how to get there.
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.
Detroit has many museums for every kind of age and interest. If you’re you’re an art, history, automobile or music lover- Detroit has you covered! Would you like to visit a world-class art museum? Or stand in the very same studio that produced Stevie Wonder?
Yes? Keep reading!
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.
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.
Cassadaga is a small community in Florida between Orlando and Daytona, considered to be the “Psychic Capital of the World.” It has long been preceded by its reputation. The primary draw is the Cassadaga Spiritual Camp, which was established in 1875 by a man named George P. Colby; Known in the area as a powerfully gifted medium. Located within the community is a 57-acre “camp” that’s home to more than 100 psychics, healers, and other practicing mystics. Due to its focus on otherworldly matters, Cassadaga has become a touch point in pop culture. It is frequently mentioned in various songs, TV shows, and movies as a hotbed of numerous activity.
Branson, Missouri is well known as a family vacation destination, and it isn’t any wonder why. The whole area is lined with nothing but theaters, live performances, amusement parks and plenty of outdoor activities. If you’re considering this spot to travel to next, or you’re in the area now, keep reading. You will find some of the top attractions you won’t want to miss!
If you love observing public art, strolling through gardens, and drinking craft beer, you will want to visit Grand Rapids, Michigan. It’s known for all of those things and more. In this post, we will show you some of the best spots to check out during your time there.
Chimney Rock State Park is a nationally recognized heritage site located in Rutherford County, North Carolina, just southeast of Asheville. It has everything you’re looking for during a family vacation- nature trails, outdoor adventure, plenty of photo ops, designated areas for the kids, live music, and the very best view of the North Carolina mountains.