Small Wonders: The Teeniest National Park Sites

National parks encompass vast wilderness areas and grand landscapes, yet so many of America’s greatest treasures come in much smaller packages. With over 14 official designations and several unique titles, the National Park Service is very specific when it comes to defining their parks. Generally, the smaller national parks tend to have a greater connection […]

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Best Stops on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail

Visit the Bluegrass Region and discover America’s official spirit and enjoy horse farms, attractions, and historic sites. Visit the nine stops along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail tour, and you’ll see why this iconic, all-American spirit has become the toast of whiskey connoisseurs worldwide. Officially designated by Congress a “distinctive product of the United States” in 1964, 97 […]

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5 Best Arizona Small Towns to Visit

Arizona is a place of spectacular natural beauty and desert landscapes that eagerly await your visit. While most people associate the Grand Canyon with Arizona, and we admit that it is breathtakingly beautiful, there are so many small towns in this state begging to be discovered. Check out our list of the best Arizona small towns to visit: […]

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Cades Cove: A Pioneer Paradise

Straddling the border between North Carolina and Tennessee in the ancient Southern Appalachians, Great Smoky Mountains National Park is almost as renowned for its well-preserved pioneer settlements as for its natural beauty. More than 90 historic structures—homes, barns, churches, and gristmills—have been preserved here, including the largest collection of log structures in the eastern United […]

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Mysterious Abandonment Of Hovenweep

In the high desert country which straddles the border between southeastern Utah and southwestern Colorado, the Hovenweep ruins with their mysterious towers induce a strange silence, something you cannot quite explain. At the famed Mesa Verde ruins, forty or fifty miles to the east of Hovenweep, you hear the shouts of excited children, the scoldings of […]

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