The Four Corners is a spot most people have on their bucket list. Who doesn't want to stand in four states at one time? Here's what you should know before you go.
Here's a breakdown of which USA national parks I've visited, and which I hope to in the future! There are so many amazing parks in the US, you really can't go wrong.
Southern Nevada is pretty spectacular. You may immediately think of Las Vegas, and that's fair because Vegas is awesome! However, if you step outside of the Strip you'll see there are some very cool places to explore.
Sedona, Arizona is just two hours from Phoenix and it has tons of activities to fill an entire day. Here is how I spent my day in town and at a state park.
I hope you enjoy these snapshots from my favorite national park. Bryce Canyon is a gem, and once you see these you'll be booking your ticket immediately!
Cool rocks, no crowds, and time to kill? Look no further than Capitol Reef National Park. This incredible spot in Utah has some spectacular hiking trails you won't want to miss.
First time to the city? Returning on a tight schedule? Stopping by on a road trip? This city is the highlight of the Midwest in my opinion. Check out some of my top sights in Chi-town.
Here are my best tips and recommendations for spending the 4th at the Dunes after being a local for 22 years.
Michigan's Upper Peninsula is breath-takingly beautiful. If you have a four-day weekend to get away, here is an itinerary you can use to plan your trip.
Just 90 miles north of Denver is the capital of Wyoming, the charming little city of Cheyenne. 62,800 people call Cheyenne their home. While it may be small in size, it is great in the name of history.