Ornate cornices, multistory columns and covered porches are hallmarks of antebellum architecture. Mansions like this beauty are easy to find in Thomasville’s historic district.

Georgia on Their Minds: Thomasville and the Antebellum Trail

In search of Southern heritage, stately antebellum homes and small-town hospitality on a slow-paced tour of the Peach State On a recent trek north from...
Looking east over island-strewn Frenchman Bay from the road up Cadillac Mountain, the highest point on the North Atlantic Seaboard. The Schoodic Peninsula is visible in the distance.

Maine Event: Acadia National Park

Acadia, the first national park in the eastern United States, offers abundant activities from hiking granite peaks and biking historic carriage roads to basking...
Twilight casts a glow on Minneapolis, host of the 52-mile Grand Rounds National Scenic Byway, the country’s longest continuous network of urban parkways.

Minnesota’s Finest Miles

A leisurely spin through the North Star State on 21 scenic byways, from well-traveled routes to remote drives through open prairie and arboreal forests Whether...
The population of Provincetown, or Ptown, on the tip of Cape Cod, swells from 3,000 year-round to 60,000 in the summer.

Summer on Cape Cod

Indulging in long, lazy beach days, outdoor adventures and mouthwatering meals IS all part of the classic seaside experience on Massachusetts’ 65-mile-long peninsula We have...
Brooding storm clouds bring drama to a brilliant sunset at Peggy’s Point Lighthouse, just south of the fishing community of Peggy’s Cove.

The Quaint Side of Canada

Captivated by charming coastal towns and a picture-postcard setting on a road trip to Nova Scotia’s south shore One of three Maritime Provinces in eastern...
Vincennes’ memorial to George Rogers Clark honors the Revolutionary War commander who took away the western territory between the Allegheny Mountains and the Mississippi River from the British.

Vincennes’ Victories

Indiana’s oldest town is the site of a 79-foot-high memorial dedicated to George Rogers Clark, Conqueror of the Old Northwest Territory, and an interactive...
East Quoddy Head Lighthouse on New Brunswick’s Campobello Island is a beautiful and dramatic presence on a very rocky shore. Visitors can walk to the lighthouse for a few hours during low tide but must beware of getting stranded when the tide comes in.

Down East Maine

Off the beaten path between Penobscot and Passamaquoddy bays on an RV road trip through quintessential New England towns Down East Maine is as far...
Viewed from one of three Vermilion Lakes, Mount Rundle is one of the most-photographed peaks in the Canadian Rockies.

Canada’s Long and Winding Road: Trans-Canada Highway

What better way to celebrate the 150th anniversary of America’s neighbor to the north than a grand adventure on the continent’s longest highway? Paul McCartney...

Columbia’s Foundation: “The Athens of Missouri”

  Covering a lot of ground in Missouri’s well-rounded college town where the university prevails over a city rich in history Columbia, sometimes called “the Athens...

Simply Gorge-ous: Columbia River Gorge

  Few places in the world are as spectacular, or as perfect for  an RV trip, as the Pacific Northwest’s Columbia River Gorge Fourteen million years...
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