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HOCKING HILLS, OHIO

Enjoy Ohio’s natural crown jewel, where unsurpassed beauty takes adventure seekers along miles of trails, waterfalls, prehistoric caves and spectacular cliff-top vistas. The surrounding natural wonders inspire a robust artist community.

LAKE GEORGE, NEW YORK

Lake George, nicknamed the "Queen of American Lakes," is the largest lake in the Adirondacks with more than 45 square miles of water to enjoy. Renowned for its clear waters, Lake George has quite the history as a vacation destination and more.

ALLEGHENY NATIONAL FOREST, PENNSYLVANIA

The majestic Allegheny National Forest, offers four seasons of outdoor recreation. Located within northwestern Pennsylvania, the forest offers a camping experience for everyone, 15 campgrounds with more than 1,000 sites, including developed RV camping, cabins, tent, primitive and boat only.

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TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN

Traverse City serves up the best of two worlds: it offers the mesmerizing outdoor recreational opportunities as well as tremendous cultural and social opportunities often only found in much larger cities. Traverse City is truly a micropolis – offering residents and visitors the small Midwestern town charm along with cosmopolitan options.

PIGEON FORGE, TENNESSEE

Set against the misty blue backdrop of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee is a gateway to 500 thousand acres of Appalachian wilderness. The scenic Great Smoky Mountains, friendly people, down home hospitality and dining, and a nostalgic air of yesteryear’s simpler times truly make Pigeon Forge the “All American Get-Away”.

GRAND CANYON, ARIZONA

With its ever-changing and dramatic scenery of enormous proportions, the Grand Canyon is one of the world’s most spectacular landscapes. Its pine and fir forests, painted deserts, sandstone canyons, mesas and plateaus, volcanic and geologic features, the Colorado River, perennial streams, and waterfalls breathtakingly combine to form one of Earth’s greatest landmarks. The only one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World to be located in North America, more than 4,000,000 people visit the canyon each year, making it the most visited national park in the United States.

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OUTER BANKS, NORTH CAROLINA

The Outer Banks is a stretch of barrier islands just off the coast of North Carolina. Made up of quaint towns and sleepy fishing villages, each is wonderfully weather worn to a varying degree. With uncrowded beaches that stretch for miles and the endless possibilities that come with them, this is a true vacation paradise.

JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING

The best time of year to visit Jackson Hole depends on what you want to do. Each season has something unique to offer. While some see the harsh winter as a snowy paradise and gleefully count each foot of snow, others look forward to summer flowers and long days on the Snake River. If you know what to expect during the vastly different seasons, you can plan to visit during the times you'll like best.

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO

Colorado Springs is the largest city by area in Colorado, and is situated near the base of one of the most famous American mountains, Pikes Peak, rising above 14,000 feet on the eastern edge of the Southern Rocky Mountains. One of the most popular areas in Colorado Springs is the park on its western edge, Garden of the Gods, considered by many to be the most beautiful park in the world.