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5 National Historic Sites For Your Next Southern Road Trip

By Cassandra Brooklyn National Parks get all the attention. However, there are several lesser-known historic sites, trails and protected areas in the south worth a visit. National Parks are well-deserving of the attention they get. They’re beautiful, relaxing and offer activities...

The Bridge Through Paradise

By Kristy Tolley The brainstorm of oil tycoon and railroad baron Henry Flagler, the Old Seven Mile Bridge was to serve as the first land route for the railroad from Miami to Key West. Construction began in 1905 and was...

Cities We Love: Atlanta, Georgia

By Katie McElveen If your experience with Atlanta is limited to its sprawling airport (it’s the world’s busiest), it’s time to head further afield. Beyond the runways, this bustling state capital is loaded with cool activities you won’t find elsewhere. Area...

Road Trip Alert: Upstate South Carolina

If all you know about South Carolina is what you can find on its coast or in its capital, you’re missing out on a real treasure — the northwestern part of the state known as Upstate. Here’s a peek at...

Jackson County, NC: Social-Distance Approved Getaway

Looking for a getaway that’s a little less “people-y?” Consider a road trip to Jackson County, North Carolina. This remote destination in the Western North Carolina mountains teems with undiscovered treasures hidden around every corner. It also boasts over 494...

Big Tent Revival: Camping Makes a Comeback

By Kimberly Button Camping is experiencing a surge in popularity. People of all ages seek a simpler way to enjoy life in the great outdoors. Happily, there are some stunningly unique camping locations found throughout the Carolinas. These spots offer...

Tell Me a Story

Historic preservation in this Tennessee mountain town protects more than just architecture.  By Jen Tota McGivney As the sun sets over Old Jonesborough Cemetery, Guy Sabin returns to life. He lived in Jonesborough more than a century ago, back when he...

An Inside Look at the Art and Artists of Asheville

By Tracey Teo Known for its vibrant arts scene, Asheville, North Carolina, is the ideal road-trip destination for those who want to spark their creativity. When self-isolation restrictions ease, make plans to head to this lively mountain town! At the Asheville...

10 Ways to be a Kid Again on Alabama’s Gulf Coast

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE By Vanessa Infanzon The lure of white sandy beaches and aqua-colored water brings guests from all over the United States to Gulf Shores and Orange Beach on Alabama’s Gulf Coast. It’s enough to lay in the soft sand, watching...

What’s your travel Style?

  We all have a favorite way to vacation. Some travelers like to be pampered. Others thrive on outdoor exploration. Many enjoy expanding their knowledge when they travel. There are limitless travel options across the globe on land and sea....
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5 National Historic Sites For Your Next Southern Road Trip

By Cassandra Brooklyn National Parks get all the attention. However, there are several lesser-known historic sites, trails and protected areas...
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Road Less Traveled: Fort Jefferson

By Kimberly Button On a distant island enveloped by sparkling turquoise waters, the brutally strong brick fortress known as Fort Jefferson creates quite a contrast....

Leaving Las Vegas

Seven sights worth exploring outside of Las Vegas.

New National Park

Grab a sled and make your way to southern New Mexico to get to know the nation’s 62nd national park. White Sands National Park...

The Bridge Through Paradise

By Kristy Tolley The brainstorm of oil tycoon and railroad baron Henry Flagler, the Old Seven Mile Bridge was to serve as the first land...