Imagine this: 16 miles of scenic roadway running along the coast and surrounded by trees. Sounds nice, right?
Well, you don’t need to imagine it. This scene exists; It’s M-119 also known as Michigan’s Tunnel of Trees. The route runs alongside the coast of Lake Michigan giving amazing views and makes for a beautiful weekend or afternoon drive.
In this post, we’re going to tell you everything you need to know about the Tunnel of Trees, a bit of history, how to get there, and what to do along the way.
So, bring your cameras, pack your lunches, and let’s go.
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!
It doesn’t matter if it’s your first or hundredth trip- traveling with toddlers is not for the faint-hearted! Everything from what to pack to your arrival can be in a word: stressful.
But, it doesn’t have to be. Save your energy for all of the fun you’re going to have and help minimize your anxiety with these essential tips for traveling with toddlers.
One thing that road tripping Americans know to be true is that there are some long stretches of driving across the country. Sometimes, you just want to get out of the car and stretch your legs. That’s where some of our favorite places to take a break from the road come in: giant roadside attractions!
Our friends at Homes.com looked through Guinness World Records and other websites to put together a few maps with larger-than-life attractions across the U.S. From the most iconic World Record attractions in each state to the 23 states competing for the World’s Largest Chair, they’ve got you covered when looking for a great photo op on your next road trip.
Below, we’ll share where you can find 6 cities with a giant coffee pot attraction across the U.S. For the rest of the maps, you can check out The Best Roadside Attractions By State!
The giant redwood trees are something that California is known for. And luckily you can get a taste of them at Big Basin Redwoods State Park.
If you’re spending time in the area and want to see some of the best natural wonders of the world, the famous California redwoods, this is the place to go. It’s not far from San Francisco and offers plenty of opportunities for spending some time outdoors, and yes, getting a few special photos for Instagram!
In this post, we’ll cover everything you need to know about spending some time in Big Basin Redwoods State Park.
In just about any city you visit in the United States, you will find a slew of museums to explore, ranging from art, history, science, and more. Colorado is no exception; each of their cities has wonderfully engaging museums, and any one of them would make for a great visit.
However, in addition to the museums you typically see other places, Colorado is also known for having a variety of specialty museums. So, if you’re in the area and want to experience a little something different, here is a list of intriguing options to check out.
Are you off to see Kansas? The most wonderful Kansas of all? Make sure Wichita is at the top of your to-do list because there are lots to do and appreciate in this former cow town turned bustling city where the spirit of the Old West carries on.
While Buffalo might be best known for its epic snowstorms, that shouldn’t keep you from spending time in this city. Buffalo, New York is a vibrant small city that has found a true resurgence in the last few years.
Now, it’s becoming a destination for many who enjoy everything from incredible architecture to sports and yes, even wings.
In this post, we’re going to give you a guide to everything you need to know about Buffalo.
Sure National Parks are perfect for hiking and camping. But, there are also dozens of parks within the National Park system that are perfect for scenic drives.
So if you’re not able to easily hike or wander the parks, you won’t miss out. These drives also come in handy for people who want to explore some other parts of the park and get some Instagram worthy shots.
In this post, we’ll cover a few of our favorite National Parks that offer incredible scenic drives.
Ready to take a look?