Is there anything quite like the first sip of coffee in the morning? The alertness that follows is a great way to kickstart the day, and you shouldn’t miss it on vacation! If you’re heading north, try visiting these great coffee shops in Niagara for your caffeine fix.
When the Texas heat hits, there’s only thing to do, head to the lake! Just 20 miles northwest of Austin is Lake Travis, one of the most famous lakes in the state. It also happens to be one of the best summer spots in Texas, known for its sunsets and watersports.
Extending into Lake Michigan is Door County, named after the once-dangerous Death’s Door strait between the peninsula and Washington Island. But the era of shipwrecks is well in the past and the area is now a spectacular destination!
If you’ve been near an Amish community, you’ve seen the buggies rolling down the road. The quiet way of life is one of the most distinct in the world, but not many know its origins. The history of Pennsylvania Amish Country tells a story of one of the world’s most traditional cultures.
One of Arizona’s most stunning sights is a landscape of desert wildflowers. From small buds to large cacti blooms, the flowers are a spring staple in the Grand Canyon State. Several of the best spots for sighting these colorful plants are near our Arizona RV resorts.
The hub of Northeast Florida, Jacksonville is known as the River City by the Sea. Though settled inland, Jacksonville’s suburbs extend out to great Atlantic Ocean beaches. While the city may not be flashy, there are plenty of attractions in Jacksonville just waiting to be uncovered.
It may be cold where you are, but that means spring break is just around the corner. Busy children and college students look forward to trading in the chilly weather for warm sunshine during this week-long break. This year, consider these lively destinations