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!
Summer is all about fun times, exciting activities and time spent with our friends and loved ones. Regardless of your age or where you live, there are always fun things to do during summertime. One, in particular, is the Camp Bisco Music Festival taking place in Scranton, PA July 13-15. Get ready for the concert of the summer if you live in or around Scranton.
For over a decade, Detroit’s RiverFront Conservancy has been celebrating the transformation of the city’s transformed Riverwalk area. The event features great live music, delicious food, and fun activities. On land and water–River Days has become a summer must for locals and tourists alike. This year River Days takes place from June 23-25, from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm.
Nestled in the heart of beautiful Kissimmee, FL at the Silver Spurs Arena is a place where the magic happens. Whether it be a rodeo or a graduation, Kissimmee can be home to some amazing events. One in particular that can draw in a crowd from thousands of miles away is the Runaway Country Music Festival.
During May 12th-August 12th, San Antonio, Texas lights up with entertainment, drawing in thousands of visitors each year for its Fiesta Noche del Rio events. They say that everything is bigger in Texas, and when it comes to the Fiesta Noche del Rio, that saying could not be any more accurate. Never heard of it? Keep on reading!
Coachella has become one of the world’s most premier music festivals. It’s so popular it had to break into two weekends to accommodate the crowds (and celebs) itching to spend 3 days in the desert soaking up the sun, catching the hottest musical acts, and bringing flower crowns back year after year.
The most important part of any road trip is the soundtrack, and this year has no shortage of sunny songs that will have you wishing the drive would never end. Add some of our favorites to your Spotify queue before you embark on your next journey, or click here to open up complete the Spotify playlist.
It’s almost time to bring your flower crowns out of retirement. Festival season is quickly approaching. And while everyone knows about Coachella and Governor’s Ball, Bonnaroo and Lollapolooza, there are plenty of other festivals happening around the United States that’ll inspire you to dance in the streets (or open field, or parking lot)–and just might be a bit closer to home.
It’s no secret that Nashville is one of the most fun cities to visit in America. Whether you’re a fan of country music or not, Music City is a place for everyone and anyone who appreciates history, who loves music, a cold drink and a great time. There are plenty of things to do around Nashville, but when you’re walking down the famous Broadway Strip, also known as downtown, you’ll easily feel overwhelmed with the amount of honkytonks and attractions to choose from. Take a look at some of our favorite things to do and places to go while taking a stroll down Broadway.