There are many reasons why people love a good summer lake vacation. It’s more private, it’s relaxing and you never run out of things to do. Here are some great lakes to visit in the Northeast region.
If you love a little bit of camping and good vibes and a whole lot of southern rock music, plan a trip to the The Peach Music Festival happening in Scranton, Pennsylvania this summer.
There’s plenty to see and do during a summer stay in Key West- Sun bathe, fish, shop, sip margaritas, and museum hop. There’s also plenty to eat. Summer is mango season in the keys and the locals love to celebrate this tropical fruit.
Widely recognized as one of the most popular vacation spots in the country is South Carolina’s Myrtle Beach. The beach has the sun, sand, world-class golf, and thrilling theme parks. All of that excitement is bound to make you hungry, and we’ve got the scoop on cheap eats in the area. There are a handful of low-cost, highly delicious eateries that will keep you full and happy during your visit.
Summer breaks are for adventures and exploration. Luckily, you don’t need to travel far for family-friendly attractions. These five cities scattered across the United States have plenty to offer, no matter what your family is in the mood for.
Summer is just around the corner! That means, so is summer vacation. Thankfully, there’s fifty states filled with tons of activities to choose from throughout our country. So, the vacation possibilities are endless.
Which type of summer vacation are you looking forward to taking this year?
Springtime spent beachside in Florida or California is never a bad idea. But it’s no secret it can also get crowded. If you’re looking to trade in a busier scene for a somewhat quieter but still enjoyable one instead, consider a trip to the northeast region. Here are 3 places to visit this spring.
“Music is my religion.”
Do you love a little bit of country bluegrass and all things rock and roll? If you answered yes- Pack your overnight bags and head to the Mid America Musical Festival in Trenton, Missouri this summer.