Many Wisconsin communities are rich in German Heritage, so you can bet the Oktoberfest celebrations are top notch. Gear up and get ready for some of this fall’s best Wisconsin Oktoberfests, featuring a little bit of something for everyone in the family.
Malibu was originally a private, gated 27-mile long stretch of coastal property owned by one single family: the Rindges. Eventually, they allowed celebrities of the early 1930’s to rent and then buy oceanside property in the highly coveted area.
There’s more to the Empire State than just big city. New York is actually home to several gorgeous family campgrounds with oceanside campsites, hiking trails through the Adirondack Mountains and historic landmarks and lighthouses.
There are plenty of ways to celebrate Labor Day each year. Float trips, camping, picnics and parties are all fantastic, but one of the best ways to celebrate is with your local Labor Day festivals and celebrations.
With so much to see and do in Michigan, it’s hard to choose how to spend your time there. That’s why we’ve compiled a Michigan bucket list for you, so you can make sure to hit all the best attractions and destinations in the state.
If you haven’t gotten around to planning a fun summer float trip, we just have one question for you: what are you waiting for? Hopefully we’ll be greeting a hot, sunny Labor Day weekend this year because Missouri has plenty of great rivers that are perfect for a holiday float trip.
Traveling the Mother Road is a venture that tops many bucket lists around the country and even the world. One of the most famed roads in America, Route 66 cuts through eight different states and makes its way from Chicago to Santa Monica. The 2,448-mile stretch of road offers endless roadside attractions — some that you might even miss if you’re not paying attention.
Northern New Mexico is not only beautiful but it’s also full of historic treasures. A trip to Santa Fe, Taos or Los Alamos uncovers a distinct cultural heritage and there’s more to see and do than you could ever pack into one vacation.