50 States 5000 Ideas gives you inspiration for your next vacation, day trip, or weekend getaway with info on tourism, festivals, local flavor, and more.
I found some gems when exploring Bethlehem, PA. The history of Bethlehem Steel, great food, music, a beautiful rail trail, and more.
Thanks to Diggerland USA, everyone can fulfill their desire to drive a skid steer, dig with a big digger, and ride in front loader.
While our off-season trip to the Jersey Shore did not include bathing suits, swimming, ice cream, or even much sunshine, we enjoyed a slow-paced weekend that was the perfect opportunity to explore the area without the crowds.
The Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC, is America’s Largest Home and a fascinating glimpse into high-society life. With a farm, winery, shopping, and outdoor adventures, it’s a perfect family destination.
Hang on to the fun as long as possible! Here are five places to squeeze in some end-of-summer celebrations in New Jersey.
Scene75 in Dayton, Ohio, knows how to do things big. Besides being America’s largest indoor entertainment center, they have the largest multi-level laser tag arena…
Colonial Williamsburg is more than a place to learn about American history. We made friends – human and canine.
Raging Waters at Morey’s Piers in Wildwood, NJ, offers some unique features that elevate the fun factor over and above any water park I’ve ever visited.
A kid’s review of the InSite Gettysburg tour – a virtual reality tour that allows you to tour Gettysburg National Park at your own pace.
Field Station: Dinosaurs brings you back in time with animatronic dinosaurs and a roaring good time!
Nestled in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, Herkimer is home to the Herkimer Diamond Mines and award-winning KOA campground, as well as Lock 18 of the Erie Canal.