As the weather gets cooler and the leaves start to display beautiful reds and oranges, the season for corn mazes begins. A staple for most autumn lovers, it is easy to get lost in the plethora of mazes offered in the Buckeye State. Whether you come for the maze itself, the insane aerial designs, or the friendly competition to make it out first, a corn maze is the perfect way to bond with friends and family.
From pumpkin pie to jack-o'-lanterns, the pumpkin is a worldwide symbol for fall. With an array of uses, pumpkins are a staple whether you bake them, paint them, smash them, or even launch them from a homemade cannon (obligatory warning: please don’t try this at home). Peruse these plentiful patches for the perfect pumpkin this autumn and celebrate fall with colorful cucurbits.
From coast to coast, the breathtaking terrain of national parks fill the United States. A family vacation to one of these wondrous areas is one that will be remembered for a lifetime but choosing which national park to visit is the hard part. Sure, everyone knows to tour Yosemite, Grand Canyon, or Mesa Valley National Park, but these other parks are sure to surprise and delight!
My grandparents are just two of millions of other baby boomers (those born between the years of 1946 and 1964) who head south each year to reap the benefits of a seasonal migration. Maybe you’ve considered experimenting with the snowbird lifestyle
California and car culture are one in the same. For some, the state is an entirely different world, with some suburbs designed for cars (not pedestrians) and more than an estimated 13 million automobiles roaming the streets of the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Upstate New York is packed with autumn activities and events that you and your family won’t want to miss. Hunting down the good ones can be time consuming, so we’ve compiled an all-encompassing list of fun things to do that are great for any group, family or couple.
With so much history and culture, it’s no wonder the ghost stories fly in Louisiana. Historic plantations, cemeteries, and creaky, century-old buildings that are now home to bars and restaurants are also home to a rich history filled with stories from the past.