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Places to Visit in Vermont

After 14 years as an independent republic, Vermont was admitted to the union in 1790. It’s the country’s leading producer of maple syrup, a popular skiing destination, and home to the...

What to Pack for Hunting

In 2013, nearly 14 million people participated in hunting across the country, making the sport more popular than golf. Autumn is prime season for beginners and paid professionals to hunt a variety of birds, including the Thanksgiving...

Thanksgiving Parades & Festivals

Originally declared a national holiday in 1863, Thanksgiving is celebrated with long-standing traditions centered on food, family, and philanthropy. This year, take your celebration to the next level by traveling to top Thanksgiving parades...

The Best Pie in America

Sometimes, all you need is pie. According to The American Pie Council, 90% of Americans agree that a slice of pie is one of life’s simplest pleasures, and 47% describe it as “comforting.” With records of pie consumption in the US dating...

Things to See in Phoenix

Phoenix is a thriving city full of historic culture, picturesque views, and lively entertainment. Originally founded as a small colony in 1868, Phoenix has since developed into one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. Phoenix...

Top Family Resorts and Hotels

Planning a family vacation can be stressful, especially when your kids are interested in different types of activities. Family-friendly resorts and hotels offer a variety of entertainment options to help make your children—and your...

Things to do in Albuquerque

Albuquerque is a unique multi-cultural hub shaped by its lengthy history. Officially founded by colonists in 1706, the city was originally inhabited by Native Americans who continue to inspire traditional practice of stone masonry,...

Fall Festivals

Celebrate nature’s most colorful season by traveling to top fall festivals across the country. Autumn enthusiasts can wander through corn mazes, taste fall festival food from the harvest bounty, pick and carve pumpkins, and compete for...

Fall Break Trip Destinations

As autumn settles in and the weather begins to cool, get a final taste of summer with one more weekend getaway. Whether you’re on a study break from school or just trying...

Things to Do in New England in the Fall

Travelers all over the world make the trek to New England in the fall to admire brilliant displays of colorful foliage. Mid-September marks the start of the vibrant show farther north, with a peak occurring mid-October. Leaf peepers should...