Bar Harbor, Maine is home to Acadia National Park with trails that reach record heights over looking the Cranberry Islands. Perfect for water bugs and hikers!
Montauk, NY, says bring your surf board, sleeping bag ( on the beach), tent and s'mores kit sleeping under the stars by the ocean in one of Americas favorite beach towns!
Savana, Georgia is a charming city near Atlanta, full of charming historic buildings, cobble stone streets and home of founder of Girl Scouts, Juliette Low!
Pacific Grove, CA, known for their butterflies and crashing waves along their rocky coast, you won’t find it hard to land on one of their 100 B&B’s & they are one of the first spots to open a farm to table restaurant in the USA (sleep well AND eat well, YES PLEASE!)!
Redwood National Park, California has one of the largest species of trees in the world! Bring your camera to snap a pic of a Redwood tree, at one point one of 2,000,000 trees covering the Redwood coast of California!
Yellowstone, Montana was founded in 1908 and still to this day only has one school. Visit this charming small town for its breath taking mountain ranges, dirt roads, horse back and all things outdoors! ( Golf, hiking, kayaking, shooting, riding, running, biking)
Florida Keys, FL... Toes in two oceans? Visit the Florida Keys for its tiny islands 15 miles south of Miami separating the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, perfect for fishing and a 7 mile walk over their 7 mile bridge! YIKES.
Santé Fe, New Mexico is a dessert lovers dream with crooked streets leading you right to museums displaying our favorite, Frida Kahlo's work!
Big Sur sits outside of Carmel Cali, mountains and cliffs winding along the Pacific Ocean perfect for camping, hiking and (painting) as it will literally take you breath away!
- Nashville, Tennessee named after Franklin Nash ( a Revolutionary War hero) is not only the Home of Country Music Hall of Fame Museum, it is known as ‘Music City USA,’ offering live music up and down the streets along with plenty of cowgirl boots and BBQ!