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Going to the Mountains? Hereā€™s Your Road Trip Checklist

By , August 15th, 2018

Each year, around 2 million people head to Mount Rainier in Washington. Rocky Mountain State Park in Colorado sees approximately 4.4 million visitors a year, and Tennesseeā€™s Great Smoky Mountains National Park has an astonishing 11.3 million people come through. And that doesnā€™t cover every trip to the mountains across the country. During warmer summer […]


10 Car Maintenance Tips To Prep for Winter

By , August 8th, 2018

With kids headed back to school, many people don’t have travel plans until the holidays. Not having any plans to drive long distances, the fall presents a perfect time to perform regular maintenance on your vehicle in preparation for the winter. Here are a few car maintenance tips to get your car ready for cooler […]


Last-Minute Beach Goers: Beware of Hookworms

By , July 29th, 2018

As the summer comes to an end, many people are headed to the beach one last time before the weather cools down again. There is nothing better than slipping off your sandals and getting your toes in the sand, but you may want to think twice before doing so. A number of teenagers contracted hookworms […]


Discounted Fun: Costco Disney Tickets and Great Deals on Travel

By , July 16th, 2018

Costco is a go-to spot for discounted wholesale everything. From clothing to food, to cleaning supplies, and even vitamins, Costco seems to have it all. So, you probably wouldn’t be surprised to find out there are discounted Costco Disney tickets, among other tickets to be had. Below are some of the best-discounted ticket deals at […]


If You See This Giant Hogweed Plant, Do Not Touch It

By , July 14th, 2018

A 17-year old boy from Virginia is recovering in the hospital after a giant hogweed plant, pictured above, left him with second-and-third degree burns all over his face and body. According to People, Alex Childres was working a landscaping job when he chopped one of these plants down. The plant’s sap is known to cause […]


9 Pet-Friendly Vacation Destinations

By , June 20th, 2018

If you are a dog or cat parent you know how difficult it is to take a vacation and leave your furry friend at home, not to mention the price of boarding your pet. It costs an average $25 to $45 per night to board a dog and $15 to $20 per night to home […]


Airbnb Cancels Bookings Under New Japan Law

By , June 9th, 2018

Airbnb was forced to cancel many tourists’ reservations in Japan, following the enactment of a law in that country requiring hosts to register for license numbers and list them on their on their Airbnb pages. However, the cancelations caused an uproar because Japan’s law actually states that all Airbnb hosts have until June 15 to […]


Where to Find the Best Deals on Beach Towels

By , June 6th, 2018

Roughly 60 percent of Americans plan to take a summer vacation this year, and a lot of them intend to go to the beach. Throughout the year, about 58 million people visit the beach, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Although not everyone considers beach towels a necessity, they certainly serve a purpose. They’re larger […]


Mega-List of North America’s Best Hiking Trails

By , May 29th, 2018

Record numbers of people are expected to hit some of America’s best trails this summer — as the number of hikers and backpackers in the U.S. has been steadily rising over the past few years. Here’s an overview of some of the best hiking trails in North America, including costs, where relevant. AppalachianĀ Trail (Georgia to […]


The Best Beaches to Travel to This Summer

By , May 22nd, 2018

More than 36 million people will be packing up the car and hitting the road over Memorial Day weekend — and beaches are one of the most popular destinations. Even though gas prices are higher this year, many people are still planning to drive at least 50 miles each way to get to the beach. […]

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