Alabama From its northern mountains to every beach on its Gulf Coast, Alabama has many attractions and events for a vacation of fun: the beaches, golf, abundant natural wildlife, fishing and hunting, and above all, there is a wealth of history to explore in Alabama. The Civil Rights Movement that started in Alabama changed the world.
Alaska Travel in Alaska offers endless options, from exploring its vibrant Native culture (its art, totem carving, dancing, music or museums) to enjoying Alaska’s natural wonders and wildlife – the glaciers, the whales, the bald eagles, and the northern lights among them.
Arizona The Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, is a magnet that draws visitors to Arizona. About 4-million visitors a year travel to see the Grand Canyon.
Arizona is steeped in Western legend and lore. Some visitors are there for Arizona’s many shopping venues or for its 27 State Parks and the fishing, camping, hiking, horseback riding, wildlife viewing and boating they provide.
Arkansas Arkansas is a compact, multi-faceted vacation land known as The Natural State and noted for the beauty of its extensive forests (more than 60% of Arkansas is wooded) and for an abundance of water (more than 600,000 acres of lakes, 9,700 miles of streams and rivers, and numerous natural hot springs). Six national park sites and 51 state parks preserve the natural, historic and cultural aspects of Arkansas’s heritage.
California There are a thousand reasons California is the sixth most-visited destination in the world …. and six of those are Anaheim, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco and San Jose. Count among the other reasons, amusement and theme parks for kids of all ages, many miles of uninterrupted strands of pristine California beach, 700 wineries (and counting), some 20,000 gray whales passing California’s shores, 21 historic missions, 45 snow resorts offering downhill and cross country skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, and more, 20-million acres of National Forest and 50 significant wilderness areas for backpacking and superb hotels, motels and spas across California.
Colorado Colorado ranks first among all states in skiable acres and is home to nearly 50 natural hot springs; Colorado is also a great place for nearly every other outdoor winter activity like inner tubing, snowshoeing, ice skating, snowboarding, ice fishing, horse-drawn sleigh rides and snowball fights.
DC (Washington) Washington DC is best known for a wide array of cultural and historical attractions, and historic monuments and memorials …. most of them free to the public, and open seven days a week.
Delaware Delaware draws 13 million-plus visitors a year with its picturesque scenery, sandy beach shores, colonial history, its museums and performing arts, culture-rich Brandywine Valley, and of course, its tax-free shopping.
Florida Florida is probably the perfect vacation destination for the entire family – its beaches, theme parks, shopping, history and culture, outdoor parks and activities, hotels and resorts, (even the weather) and all the attractions that draw over 80-million visitors a year to The Sunshine State say so.
Georgia Georgia has exciting destinations that are fun for the whole family, from interactive museums to waterparks and zoos to the thrills and spills of a world-class amusement park; and outdoors to state parks brimming with Civil War history, panning for gold in the Georgia Mountains, hiking the Appalachian Trail, shooting the Chattanooga River rapids and enjoying the beaches and golf courses along the Coast at charming Savannah and the beautiful Brunswick & The Golden Islands.
Hawaii The moment you arrive in Hawaii, with its own language, distinctive music and hula, the Polynesian magic and its warm, friendly people take over. Hawaii is famed for its dazzling beaches, unrivaled for surfing and windsurfing, and its golf courses.