Category: US Destinations
Sedona was one of those places on my bucket list for quite some time, and it definitely delivered the “wow” factor. I was still unprepared for the sight of the massive red mountains as we approached Sedona. Here are 6 amazing hikes to explore in Sedona, Arizona: […]
Travel 50 States website participates in the Amazon Services LLC and Zazzle Associates Program. These programs enables us to earn a small fee by linking to amazon.com and affiliated websites. Kansas can be quite a challenging state to visit if your goal is to hit […]
Having spent so much time RV-ing in Southern California, I discovered that I could buy a non-resident library card for a mere $20 a year. This gives us access to checking out books, free wifi, and even selected Museum Passes, that grant free entrance for a […]
Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve is located in Arco, Idaho. The unique terrain, formed by earthquake activity, appears similar to the moon’s surface. The now-protected basaltic lava field was formed from volcanic lava eruptions over the past 15,000 years. In fact, NASA […]
In these uncertain times, many of us are opting to stay closer to home. Many people are considering local road trips and stay-cations. What is a stay-cation you ask? The search engine Bing describes it as “a vacation spent in one’s home country rather than […]
From waterfalls to national monuments, bison, mountains, quirky attractions, and the Wild West. South Dakota has something for everyone. Here are some places to stop along I-90 through South Dakota.
Never in a million years did I picture Branson, Missouri, as the type of place that would have anything to offer children. Boy, was I wrong! You can certainly drop a load of money here, but there are also some free things that the whole family […]
When the opportunity arose for a 5 day trip to New Orleans, and I was pleasantly surprised to learn just how kid-friendly this Mardi Gras town turned out to be! Here are seven kid-friendly activities that we enjoyed while traveling to New Orleans with two energetic little boys.
You’ve heard it, the old regretful saying “If I had to do it over again, I would have done it differently.” One year ago this week, we almost bought a house and settled down in a brand new place. But we couldn’t pull the trigger. […]
Well before we launched into RV travel, the very first book I read on the subject was about a family who took one year off of work to RV with their children. They set a specific goal to visit every State Capital within the continental […]
When we travel, I love to have a visual of the places we have visited. It’s always great to have mementos of our experiences. Here are some fun ways to track your travels: 1. TRAVEL BLOG The most consistent and accurate account of all […]
There are endless things to do in San Diego. Here is a list of 21 great ways to spend time in the San Diego sunshine! 1. Cabrillo National Monument Cabrillo National Monument and Statue celebrate the first European to set foot on the West Coast […]