From a history making dam to the nation's most visited National Park, there is a lot to see along U.S. 441, a perfect route for a road trip year round.
The twists and turns of route 116 take you deep into the hills of East Tennessee as well as the area's coal mining past. It’s the perfect route for a fall road trip.
Treasures from the past draw thousands of people to Clinton, TN for one weekend in the fall. The Clinch River Fall Antiques Festival is coming October 11th & 12th.
History, music and plenty of opportunities to relax and unwind await visitors to Granville, Tennessee a small town on the banks of Cordell Hull Lake (Cumberland River). Find out what all there is to do in this jewel of the Upper Cumberland Region of Tennessee.
Places like New Orleans and Charleston are known as culinary destinations and each of those cities love to have big festivals to show off what their chefs can do. Luckily, there is a city with a festival in the fall where you can often try dishes from both of these Southern cities and many more. It’s a place where over four days you can #AchieveEuphoria in Greenville, South Carolina.
Located about halfway between New Bern and Wilmington, Jacksonville, North Carolina is the perfect destination on a road trip. With beaches nearby, plenty of places to play on the water, a rich history rooted in the military and plenty of great places to eat here are reasons to put this city on your Road Trip list.
The history of Oak Ridge is rooted in America’s resolve to bring World War II to an end and the pursuit of scientific advancement. That spirit continues today and there is a special tour that lets you in on some of the “secrets” of the city and takes you to places you likely won’t see any other way. The Department of Energy Bus Tours run for several months of the year, all beginning at the American Museum of Science and Energy. Here is what you’ll see along the way.
As soon as you come into downtown Abbeville, time seems to stand still. The paved roads turn to brick streets, slowing you down to enjoy the town’s charm and distinct character. Colorful buildings, many of which date back more than a hundred years, line up around the square including the Abbeville County Courthouse built in the early 1900’s. Whether you’re in town for a few hours or a few days, here are some things to do while you are there.
When talking about battlefields in the South most people think about the Civil War. South Carolina is where the War Between the States began, but it’s also home to some important Revolutionary War sites too. For years, I’ve seen signs for the Ninety-Six National Historic Site but never really knew much about it until I finally got to visit. Here is a look at what you’ll find at this historical park.