Category: Stay Connected

Go Magazine Readership Survey

Give us your two cents, and you could win $300! We want to make sure Go Magazine provides you with interesting features and valuable member information. You can help us do that by filling out the readership survey at AAA.com/GoSurvey. Once you submit your survey, you’ll be entered to win a $300 AAA Visa gift […]

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Category: Carolinas, Mountains

Hanging out in Hendersonville: The Apple of Western North Carolina’s Eye

Online Exclusive Situated 22 miles southeast of Asheville in prime orchard country, Henderson County is home to about 200 apple growers who supply 65 percent of North Carolina’s apples. From late August through October, twisting and pulling down honey crisp and golden delicious at the many pick-your-own establishments along the stretch of US Highway 64 […]

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Category: Mountains

Waterfall Walks

When the weather gets hot, cool off at these natural wonders. Rushing water cascading off the side of a rocky cliff is a sight to behold, and you don’t have to be an accomplished hiker to experience them. Anyone can explore numerous waterfalls in the Carolinas without venturing too far from the road. In fact, […]

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Festival Fun

Explore a new town, try different foods & enjoy summer with these Carolina celebrations. Cities & towns in the Carolinas celebrate history & honor traditions with varied and unique festivals. These local  tributes are community-driven and mark the importance of the area’s industry, foods and people. Summer is the perfect time to take in a few […]

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Category: Caribbean, World

In an Abacos State of Mind

Diving for spiny lobsters, scoping blue holes and sipping on a smile Roughly halfway through a Bahamian rhythmic massage, the masseuse hits pause on alternating between her stress-melting kneading and gentle drumming action.  I’m about to nod off when all of the sudden a rapid cooling sensation crawls across my back and it’s goose bump […]

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Category: US

Chill Out

Glacier National Park boasts soaring snow-capped mountains, crystal clear alpine lakes, meadows strewn with wild flowers and wildlife galore! Established in 1910 under President Taft, this Montana park covers over a million acres, its northern border adjoining Canada’s Waterton National Park. The two parks were officially named the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park in 1932, a […]

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Category: US

Under the Great Smoky Mountains

Escape the Summer Heat in Tennessee's Cool Caverns Every year, more than 15 million visitors head to the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee to play at Dollywood, to discover new tourist treasures in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, and to visit the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. With over 800 miles of trails inside the park, visitors […]

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Category: Carolinas

Magical Blue Ghost Fireflies

Come late May at nightfall in the mountains south of Asheville, a neon blue glow radiates from forest floors, creating an ethereal aura that lasts every evening for a month. Some attribute this nocturnal lightshow to woodland fairies carrying tiny blue lanterns, but scientists now know it’s caused by mating displays of the blue ghost […]

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