In Indiana, there’s an exciting adventure waiting for you on State Road 56; A 193-mile stretch located in the south-central part of the state that goes from the cities Hazleton to Aurora. No matter if you’re traveling west to east or east to west, it’s sure to be a fun time.
A lot of road trip aficionados consider the Interstate 35 trip to be one of the best in the country. It goes right through America’s heartland from Minnesota to Texas, covering just under 1,600 miles.
There is plenty to do and see throughout the entire length of I-35, but in this post, we’re focusing on the Lone Star State.
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Whether you’re a die-hard hockey fan or you only go to a game once in a blue moon, you want to be comfortable, well-fed, and have a great view of the action. Here are some of the best arenas to catch your favorite teams throughout the country.
Summer may be winding down in most parts of the country, but there’s still time to enjoy the weather in a truly fun way: hitching yourself to the back of a boat and going water skiing! Head to one of these cities to make an end-of-summer splash.
If you’ve never had the chance to go river tubing…well, you’re missing out. Imagine floating down a lazy river in an inner tube, enjoying the sites, getting some sun, chatting with friends and family, and maybe even hitting a rapid or two.
Many rivers around the country have outfitters that offer both tubes, and in some places, coolers for any food or beverages you want to take with you. Make sure to check the rules on exactly what you can take.
Right now is the perfect time of year to get out to the nearest river and go tubing. But, if you want some of the best experiences out there, check out these river tubing hotspots.
The Olympics are in full swing and the athletes are proudly representing their countries of origin as they compete for gold. Team USA alone has sent over 500 athletes to the Olympics in Rio, but where were those athletes born and raised in America?
Hailing from sea to shining sea, Team USA brings together top talent from every region of the country. Learn more about the hometowns of Team USA Olympic athletes.
Are you ready for an adventure? Bike riding is one sport that is well suited for beginners and experts alike. Regardless of your level of expertise, a bike ride through a national park offers both a great workout and a plethora of panoramic views. Hop on your bikes and meet us at one of the following Best National Parks for Biking!