Who doesn’t love parades, old cars, and fireworks!? If you’re up for a road trip, head to one of these best places to celebrate the 4th of July in the United States? From America’s small town battlefields and memorials to big city parades and massive fireworks, we’ll show why these cool patriotic destinations should be good reason to celebrate our Nation’s freedom, liberty and independence!
Kentucky’s Taylorsville Lake State Park Campground is the best place to enjoy camping, hiking, horseback riding, fishing, kayaking and boating. Located less than an hour’s drive from Louisville and Lexington, this 1200 acre park is the perfect getaway amidst amazing horse country in heart of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail.
Lavender Farms are sprouting up all over the United States. From small family farms to large commercial facilities that harvest big name essential oils, these aromatic lavender fields are great destinations for a relaxing experience. Come see why we we think you and your family should visit these enchanting lavender farms in the U.S.
Mackinac Island is the crown jewel of Michigan! Located at the tip of the mitt in the Straits of Mackinac, visitors go to experience a different kind of island vibe. While there’s nothing tropical about this Great Lakes island, adventurers of all ages find there’s tons of things to do on Mackinac Island any time of the year!
Muskegon, Michigan is a beautiful vacation destination where you can enjoy 26 miles of sugar-sand beaches on the shores of Lake Michigan. It’s a great place for you and your family to enjoy it’s lake port attractions, art and culture, history and adventure.
Firefighters are a group of our Nation’s unsung heroes that we all take for granted everyday. In every city or town, paid or volunteer, they answer the call not knowing if it will be their last. They risk their own lives to save lives and help protect and preserve property. To honor our Fallen Firefighters, communities all across America build Firefighter memorials to reflect on their courage and pay our respects. But more so, these Firefighter monuments are in place to never forget their sacrifice.
Did you know there are over 145 castles in the United States? Some of those castles were built for the rich and famous. While others were fortresses manufactured for defense against foreign enemies. But we’re going to spotlight 13 unique castles in the United States that have such incredible back stories of why they exist. Their noble grandeur is an integral part of America’s history. And we think are truly worth the visit.
The best time to visit the Great Lakes National Parks is in the Summer because of the region’s brutal winter climate. When late spring arrives, the National Parks on Lake Erie, Lake Michigan and Lake Superior awaken from a long winter’s nap and prepares for visitors like you to arrive in the summer months.
Wouldn’t it be great to have one centralized location where you can take in some RV factory tours? Elkhart, Indiana is just that place! There are 30-40 RV manufacturers with plants that operate in the Elkhart region along with RV component manufacturers and distribution centers. Hence, why Elkhart is called the RV Capital of the World.
If you’re planning a visit to San Antonio, you should make sure you make time to tour the historically famous Texas landmark; The Alamo. Hence, why this historic icon coins San Antonio as Alamo City, it’s the prime reason why you should put it on the top of your bucket list. Visiting the Alamo will help visitors understand why Texans are so deeply enriched in their culture and Texas pride.