Valentine's Day is this week! Don't forget to prioritize your best friends. Check out my guide to a perfect day trip with your bestie!
Whenever I'm traveling I make sure to include a few books in my suitcase, and whenever I'm not traveling I read because it's one way to pretend like I am! There are so many incredible books written every year. Here are a few of my favorite books of 2017, all of which I recommending packing on your next snowy get-away!
Located on the northeast side of Florida's coastline, this tourist beach town has it all: 80's vibes, boardwalks and miles of sandy beaches. You can even find shells along the shore. Here are my favorite photos from my trip, and hopefully they'll inspire you to add Daytona Beach to your travel bucket list.
Brown County State Park holds the title as the most-visited state park in Indiana. Every year about 1.3 million people stop in for a visit. Located south of Indianapolis in Nashville, Indiana, this state park has plenty of activities for everyone. After exploring this beautiful park I can see why it's so popular.
Eldorado Canyon is one of Colorado's many state parks. It is known for its hiking trails, rock climbing opportunities and picnic areas along South Boulder Creek. For $8 you can purchase a day pass that will give you access to over 500 rock climbing routes, and 11 miles of hiking trails.
Rocky Mountain National Park was established in 1915, and is one of the most popular national parks in America. In 2016 alone, 4,517,585 people visited the park. Visitors are drawn in by the mountains, the tundra, and the wildlife.
Colorado claims four national parks, including the Great Sand Dunes. These natural sand dunes lie at the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and are the largest sand dunes in North America. These sands are 750 feet tall!
Just 90 miles north of Denver is the capital of Wyoming, the charming little city of Cheyenne. 62,800 people call Cheyenne their home. While it may be small in size, it is great in the name of history.
Utah is known for its incredible National Parks. Both Arches and Canyonlands are relatively close, so I set out to explore them! Here is my road trip itinerary: where to stop along the way & recommendations for food and fun.
The Black Canyon was carved from the Gunnison River starting two million years ago. It has weathered this stone away into a canyon, up to 2,400 meters at its highest point.