Michigan’s glacier-carved landscape and 3,288 miles of shoreline are home to lush forests filled with wildlife and mineral-rich soils — and a colorful human history to go with it.
One of the best ways to take in the beautiful natural sights of America's arguably most historical state is with a luxurious glamping rental.
You'll find posh perks such as outdoor decks and showers, floor-to-ceiling windows, and an elevator (yes, an elevator) at these treehouses in Florida.
Salt Lake City is surrounded by dramatic landscapes and adorable towns that are definitely worth a day trip.
Escalante may be small with just about 800 people living in town, but it packs a big punch. It's the gateway to one of the most unique landscapes in the United States: Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
Though perhaps best known by tourists for Mount Rushmore, South Dakota is also home to a rich history, arts, culture, and outdoor recreation scene. And the Badlands are pretty damn cool.