Quiet cottages and cabins in Oregon to enjoy social distancing and absorbing nature. Slip into a nostalgic retreat at one of these four cottagecore getaways.
New River Gorge in West Virginia is America’s latest National Park. Seventy thousand acres of river paddling, waterfront activities, hiking and rock climbing. Where to stay and what to do.
Over a long weekend, you can enjoy many of Philadelphia’s historic and cultural attractions. Art, scenery, history, markets and foodie destinations. Things to do, places to go.
Sleep in a Navajo Nation earth home, a vintage camper, a dome tent, a tiny house, a shipping container home, a yurt or a log cabin, all just a short drive to the South Rim.
Snow Bear Chalets are a luxury treehouse rentals in the Whitefish, Montana area near Glacier National Park. Open year round, their big draw in winter is their close proximity to the ski slopes.
Rustic-Chic Foxglove Farm – 1 Hr from Toronto
Log home built in the 1840s on a 70 acre farm. It has a remote ambiance but is only 15 minutes from restaurants, shops and attractions. Three bedrooms, 3 baths, hot tub and WiFi along with a kids backyard play set and treehouse.
Farm House on 100 Acre Farm near Lititz, PA – Sleeps 8
Hopeland Farm is a 100 acre working farm with chickens, ducks and fresh veggies in season. Four bedrooms, 3.5 baths and access to outdoor acreage.
Sackett & Van Dam Guest House: Red Hook, New York
Two bedroom, one bath converted red brick barn on 120 acres of Little 9 Farm 1706. 15 minutes to Rhinebeck or Mead Orchard. a hour 45 minutes from New York City via Taconic State Parkway.
Dog-friendly, 104 acre retreat w/water views and porch with picnic table, Blanco, Texas
Spacious, modern home with an open floor plan in secluded Hidden Lakes Ranch. Nine miles from restaurants in the town of Blanco, Blanco State Park and the Blanco River. Three bedrooms, 2 baths and wall-to-wall windows.
Sites to see and places to stay in towns and villages in scenic northern New York State. Destinations that are appealing any time of the year.
Johnnie Meier’s outdoor and indoor tribute to the golden days of the American gas station is a great stop on the “low road” from Santa Fe to Taos, New Mexico. Neon signs and old gas pump globes light up roadside memories of years gone by.
Secluded rental cabins up in the forest away from the COVID crowds. Remote spots that dreams are made of, from the breathtaking slopes of Northern California to the stunning ridges of the Great Smoky Mountains.
You want to bring along your furry best friend, but there are rules and restrictions. Here are recommendations for a fun National Park trip with your family dog.