Underrated Hawaii Road Trips: Big Island and Maui If embarking on an epic road trip adventure is on your list of things to do, Hawai‘i is not usually the first place to come to mind, a place famously known for having ‘interstate highways’ that never leave the state.
Five Must-See Stops in South Dakota Whether you’re a nature-lover, history-buff, gambler or thrill-seeker, South Dakota and its Black Hills will delight you — and it will do so in the most low-key and relaxing way imaginable.
Nashville to Las Vegas Road Trip Itinerary Looking for a road trip with funky dive bars, music history, incredible vistas and enchanting landscapes of the southwest? Take a legendary 10-state road trip from Nashville to Las Vegas, with plenty of wild and wacky stops along the way.
An Epic Denver to Sequoia Road Trip Planning a Denver to California road trip? There's plenty to see along the way. If you've got 10 days, here's a suggested road trip itinerary that takes you through multiple National Parks, a few awesome hikes, and easy driving between stops.
Three Easy Scenic Hikes in O'ahu, Hawaii When it comes to discovering Hawai‘i, those who make hiking a priority will be able to experience awe-inspiring scenic views unlike anywhere else in the world. The island of O‘ahu holds many spectacular hikes, giving you plenty of options.
Outdoors Guide to Missoula, Montana If you are traveling through western Montana, Missoula offers a wonderful stopping point on your way to the many national parks and nearby wilderness areas. For the outdoor enthusiast, there are few places better in the western United States, offering activities and locations that promise adventure, fun, and the renewal of your spirit.
The Best State Parks in Tennessee Tennessee is the land of the great smoky mountains, boisterous honky tonks, and the infamous Graceland. While these things have made the southern state famous, there is so much more to Tennessee than meets the eye. There are not only spectacular lakes and rivers, but many more waterfalls to explore than you may realize. Luckily, all of these sites are well preserved by Tennessee’s fantastic State Park system.
Surviving the Great American Road Trip — with Kids From Cleveland to Yellowstone National Park — and back — is more than 5,000 miles if you factor in all of the stops. That’s more than 70 hours in a car. Now that’s one thing if it’s just you and your best friend or spouse. It’s quite another if you have kids in tow, even if there are multiple devices involved.
Wandering the Pacific Northwest for a Weekend Roadtrip On a recent long weekend, I wandered the PNW with a fantastic drive around the region highlighted by stops at Mt. Rainier, the Columbia River Gorge, Mt. Hood, before a fantastic day on the breathtaking Oregon Coast.