All in Weekend Getaways
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.
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.
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 it comes to finding things to do in Clinton you’ll find a treasure chest full of ideas. From groundbreaking historic events to a wide array of festivals throughout the year, here are a look at ten things to do while you’re here.
Deep roots in music, deep gorges and a deep love for nature all fuel a small-town vibe in Sparta unlike any other you’ll find in Tennessee. It’s a town countless people have passed through over the years, and now more than ever there are plenty of reasons to stop and stay awhile.
With one foot in Tennessee and the other in Virginia you’re not just in Bristol, you are in a special STATE of mind. Here the music of the mountains made history, chasing outlaws moved to the last great colosseum, and nature’s wide paintbrush created a backdrop of sparkling waters and majestic mountains. Bristol may be small on the map but it’s BIG when it comes to things to do.
What do a mountain lake, a grand canyon, wild ponies and an historic route to the west have in common? You can find them all in Southwest Virginia at a State Park. Here are a few choice parks to fall in love with in the Old Dominion.