The Jewel of the Maine Coast

October 15, 2014

Camden, Maine is also known as the “Jewel of the Maine Coast”. If you are looking for something special, this destination is it. Affluent families built their summer homes in the late 1800s because Camden was considered one of the most exclusive travel destinations in New England. The 1957 film “Peyton Place” was filmed in [...]

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Visiting Shenandoah National Park

October 1, 2014
Shenandoah National Park by Flickr CC Esther Westerveld

Shenandoah National park is Southern Appalachia at its best. The park is only a few hours drive from Washington D.C. and Richmond, Virginia. It is one of the most popular national parks known for its gently rolling, wooded mountains. Majestic in the fall, verdant in the spring and summer, peaceful in the winter, this park [...]

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Hiking New Hampshire’s White Mountains

September 15, 2014
Milky Way, from New Hampshire

Comprising approximately one quarter of New Hampshire, the White Mountains are the rugged northern range of the Appalachian Mountains culminating with Mount Washington, at 6,288 feet. The region averages temperatures in the 70′s-80′s mid-summer, with cooler temperatures at night. September through October is the popular foliage season, with the range and its surrounding area ablaze [...]

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The Berkshires: A Scenic Look at Massachusetts

September 1, 2014
Berkshires in Massachusetts by Flickr CC Lisa Ruokis

The Berkshires in Massachusetts are a beautiful and romantic place to vacation all throughout the year. There is always something to do in the Berkshires year round, from enjoying the fall foliage tours, traveling the scenic country roads in the summer, to enjoying the best New England ski resorts in the winter, you are sure [...]

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park

August 15, 2014
Great Smoky Mountains National Park by Flickr CC Miguel Vieira

A trip to Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one your family or friends will remember forever. Here are our 5 top places that cannot be missed. 1. The Visitor Center might be kind of silly to mention, but for restless kids first entering the park, it can help. They show a short film and [...]

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A Weekend Visit to Allentown, Pennsylvania

August 1, 2014
Downtown Allentown by Flickr CC Lehigh Valley, PA

Looking for an exciting vacation spot? Look no further than Allentown, Pennsylvania. Allentown is the third largest city in Pennsylvania and offers something for everyone: sports, cars, racing, science, and history. For the automotive buff, there is America on Wheels, exhibiting the history of classic cars from as early as the 1920s, and both motorized [...]

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