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.
Doesn’t a place called Seaside, Florida sound like the perfect spot for a vacation?
And guess what? It is. Seaside, Florida is the perfect combination of beautiful beaches, a quaint small town atmosphere, and friendly locals to make this a dream beach vacation destination.
In this post, we’re going to highlight what makes it so special, and why it’s a must-see destination on any road trip along the Florida Panhandle.
When the temperatures start rising is there anything better than spending a day at a water park? People who live in Michigan know the answer to that- So, it shouldn’t come as a big surprise that Michigan’s Adventure Water Park is such a big draw.
Of course, the water park isn’t the only attraction. There are all sorts of things you can do at Michigan’s Aventure from riding roller coasters to catching some live entertainment.
Sounds fun, right?
That’s why we’re going to be digging into in this post. You’ll get a quick tour of everything you can do at Michigan’s Adventure Water Park.
This ten-mile drive offers something for everyone: history, architecture, and incredible ocean views. It sounds pretty hard to beat, right?
In this post, we’re going to highlight everything you need to know about historic Ocean Drive.
So buckle in and let’s go!
I-94 extends from Billings, Montana to the Canadian border in Port Huron, Michigan, but some of the coolest stops along this interstate are in Minnesota and Wisconsin. If you find yourself traveling down this road- turn it into a fun Midwestern road trip! Here are some fun stops you won’t want to miss.
People love to visit a city like San Francisco for lots of reasons. There’s the cool architecture, great food in places like Chinatown, tons of shopping, and of course, the Golden Gate Bridge. But you might be surprised to find one of the most popular attractions has to do with sea lions.
Yes, that’s right!
One of the best cities in the country to see sea lions in is San Francisco. And it’s one reason people flock to this part of the country.
In this post, we’re going to highlight all of the main spots and hidden gems you can check out sea lions. From the biggest tourist spots to some of the secret places the locals know about, you’ll find them all here.
Ready to get started?
Did you know that Biloxi, Mississippi is home to some of the best beachfront real estate in America? No?
Well, you’re in for a treat. In this post, we’re going to highlight why Biloxi is such a great destination and what you can see and do on your trip there.
Ready to get started? Let’s go.
When a place is on the shortlist to become the next National Park you know it has to be pretty good. Well, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore has the honor of that designation. It’s pretty easy to see why this National Lakeshore is so popular with visitors and residents alike.
First, is it’s location. Unlike most National Parks, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore is easily accessible from a major city. It’s only about 40 miles from downtown Chicago. So it’s no wonder this park sees over 1.7 million visitors each year.
Now, beyond being easy to get to, there are a lot of other reasons why Indiana Dunes is a great spot to visit. In this post, we’ll cover a few of the reasons why.
South Carolina is known for its beaches. Part of the reason why they are so popular is due to barrier islands. This small chain of islands, called the Sea Islands, covers about half the coastline of South Carolina and stretches into Georgia and Florida too.
These Sea Islands have been inhabited for hundreds of years, first by the native peoples of the Edisto tribe and later on by settlers and their slaves in plantations. This area of the country also saw heavy fighting during the Civil War in the 1860s.
To say Edisto Island and the other Sea Islands are home to a lot of history is an understatement to be sure!
Today, Edisto Island is a trendy tourist destination for both native South Carolinians and visitors from all over the world.
Now that you know the history of the island, we’ll cover our best tips for making the most of your time here.
Covering almost 2,000 miles through 15 states, Interstate 95 is the most used highway system in America.
And while this one road goes through some of the biggest cities in the United States and touches a huge portion of the population, it gets decidedly rural in its last two states: New Hampshire and Maine.
But that doesn’t mean there’s not plenty to do and see for anyone who is taking an I-95 road trip. In fact, both Maine and New Hampshire offer all types of scenery, events, and activities for the entire family.
In this post, we’ll cover some of our favorite spots along I-95 in New Hampshire and Maine. So buckle in and get ready!