Planning your first trip to the Grand Canyon can be overwhelming. At 277 miles long and 18 miles wide, with four different areas to visit it’s hard to know where to start. However, with some research, planning, and travel tips, you’ll feel ready to experience this natural marvel in northern Arizona.
Eugene is a college town located in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Home to the University of Oregon Ducks, a handful of breweries, and the Saturday Market, it’s a town full of college kids, hippies, and generally laid back folks. Here are some of the best things to do on a visit to Eugene, Oregon.
You could spend countless days eating donuts, drinking IPAs, and wandering through Portland’s parks. If you’ve got a limited amount of time, it’s easy to make the most of it downtown. It’s easily walkable and home to some must see spots. Here’s how to spend one day downtown in Portland, Oregon.
Whether you’re a local or visitor, there are some experiences you’ve just got to have to best enjoy and appreciate this multifaceted city. Here are 14 of the best things to do in Los Angeles, plus bonus add ons, to give you a taste of all LA has to offer.
Throughout its modern history, the island has served as a getaway for Hollywood stars, a practice spot for the Chicago Cubs, and a secret training site for the US Armed Forces. Above all, though, the island is meant as an escape for everyone. Here’s your guide to marvelous Catalina Island.
The Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta, also known as the California Delta, is a massive series of waterways in Northern California. With all the open land and meandering rivers, it’s a peaceful place to be, and a great spot for a family getaway.
Lake Arrowhead is a town nestled high up in California’s San Bernardino Mountains and has served as a getaway for Southern California residents for many years. With its alpine atmosphere, gorgeous scenery, and sublime calm, it’s easy to see why. Here’s all you need to know for a visit to Lake Arrowhead any time of year.
Located near Flagstaff, Arizona, Sedona is famous for its red rocks and hippie vibe. The town is situated along Oak Creek in the Verde Valley region. It’s a wonderful place for hiking, sightseeing, and relaxing. Here’s how to spend a relaxing few days in Sedona.
From Hermits Rest to Desert View Watchtower, here’s how to spend your time at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.
With Agua Dulce’s farms and ranches, rustic town center, and famed jagged rocks all surrounded by rolling hills, you’ll feel like you’re a world away. Here’s what to do on a day trip to Agua Dulce, California.