Welcome to the first round of parks madness voting! Below, you can vote for the parks that you think should advance to the next round. At the end of 5 rounds, we’ll name the national park that you chose as the winner of Parks Madness 2018!
You can enter to win, too. Each week we’ll be giving away an America the Beautiful annual pass to all the U.S. federal lands. At the very end, one grand prize winner will receive an adventuring prize pack! Just fill out the form at the end of the page to enter. You can enter every week. Read more about the contest details here, and help us to choose the 2018 Parks Madness winner below!
Traditionally, the Pacific Northwest is known for its laid-back lifestyle, beautiful greenery, and mountains majesty. But, there’s also a hidden side of the PacNorthwest that the locals love to brag about- its growing food culture.
That’s right there are all sorts of foodie cities in the Northwest that most people don’t know about. So, if you’re a dedicated foodie, or you’re looking to expand your palette, you’re going to want to keep reading.
In this post, we’ll cover a few of the top foodie destinations in the Pacific Northwest. Grab your appetites, and let’s go!
Located in Shelburne, Vermont, this quaint museum is dedicated to Americana art and design and houses more than 150,000 works in nearly 40 buildings. The museum was opened in 1947 by Electra Havemeyer Webb, the daughter of two famous art collectors. Today, the museum sits on 45 acres, which include beautiful gardens and ample green space.
Did you know that Arkansas is called “The Natural State?”
That should give you a hint of what Arkansas has to offer not only residents but visitors alike. You’ll find that any visit there can include an abundance of natural beauty, fun, and great food.
In this post, we want to highlight the top attractions in Arkansas.
Ready to take a look?
Move over South! You aren’t the only place to Get ‘Er Done on an ATV. The Southwest has just as many places for riders to whip around and explore new trails. Here are some of them.
You might have seen them in your own city; groups of people rolling around on Segways taking in the sites. These Segway tours are growing in popularity all over the country.
It’s easy to see why this method of travel is out of the box and fun. Plus, you can get into places off the beaten track that a typical driving or bus tour can’t reach.
Are you sold yet?
If so, you’re going to love this post. In it, we’re going to highlight some of the best cities for Segway tours across the country.
There are few better places to explore as a family than the Sunshine State. Aside from the mild climate, Florida is home to plenty of cities that are great for the whole gang.