Interstate 94 runs just shy of 1,600 miles across seven states in the Midwestern part of the United States. Its eastern side begins right on the US and Canadian border near Port Huron, Michigan. And the western terminus is in Billings, Montana.
In this post, we’re going to focus on the path of I-94 through two states: Michigan and Illinois. We’ll highlight some of the cities and attractions you’ll find along I-94 from its easternmost point.
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee is a popular vacation area located near the Smoky Mountains, where you can expect to see and do a lot.
There is a high number of outdoor adventures, amusement rides, shows, and places to eat, making it the perfect spot for a little family fun. Ready to take a look? Grab your cowboy boots and let’s go…
Right on the border between Tennessee and Georgia, you’ll find the bustling little city of Chattanooga, Tennessee. It’s tucked in next to a bend in the Tennessee River and sits in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.
Now, Chattanooga is a destination in and of itself, but many people come to the area because they want to visit Ruby Falls. In fact, Ruby Falls is often cited as one of the top ten attractions in the Southeastern part of the United States.
If that’s piqued your interest, you’re not alone. In this post, we’ll cover the basics of Ruby Falls and what makes it such a popular attraction for locals and visitors alike.
“The world’s most beautiful drive.” That’s how Grand View Drive is described. It was first coined by President Teddy Roosevelt after he’d had the pleasure to take a slow drive up and down the road. It’s been on the National Registry of Historic Places since 1996.
Grand View Drive is two and a half mile long scenic road in Peoria, Illinois. It offers views of local parkland and as well as the Illinois River. You can also see a number of stately and historic homes as well.
Makes you want to jump right in the car and head there, right?
We thought so!
In this post, we’re going to share what makes Grand View Drive so spectacular, and why it’s a must-see for any road trip fan.
Only 45 minutes away from heavily tourist populated Seattle – Tacoma, Washington often gets overlooked. But, why? It’s every bit as happening, and attractive. (And it’s less expensive too!)
In this post, you will find a quick run through of the different things there are to see and love, in Tacoma.
If you were you to search top cities in the United States to visit, Philadelphia would show up on multiple lists. Why? Because, whatever you are searching for, whether it is culture, history- or cheesesteaks- “The City of Brotherly Love” has all of it.
The world’s very first Dr. Seuss Museum opened up last summer in Springfield, Massachusetts- the town he was born. Have you and your family gone yet?
If you never did you should. These things are fun, and fun is good. – Dr. Seuss
Think National Parks are only for summer vacation?
In fact, some National Parks are amazing to visit not only all year round but especially in the winter. That’s what we’re going to cover in this post.
So, if you love being outdoors in the winter, beautiful nature, and frolicking in the snow, you’re in luck, this list of best National Parks to visit in the winter is right up your alley.
Pack those snowshoes, and let’s go!
Are you interested in planning a trip to the wild, wild, west?
Considered by some to be, “the definitive west,” find out why it is one of the most photographed places on earth and should be at the top of your to-do vacation list.