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Be Prepared on the Road

According to the Travel Industry Association, Americans taking driving vacations will continue to grow this year with a 3.4% increase over last year. Here are several family road trip tips for keeping safe on the road this summer. Check out the car in advance, including window wiper fluid, oil, water, lights, tires, jumper cables, spare tire and a jack. Make ... Read More »

Fun New Festivals Introduce New York State Canal System to Travelers

New York State’s canals are historic, but they are far from being history. With literally hundreds of miles of exciting outdoor experiences on the water, along newly constructed trails and at historic sites, tourists are rediscovering the waterway that helped fuel westward migration and build the Empire State into a major economic and political force. The Erie Canal is part ... Read More »

Michigan’s Upper Peninsula’s Nordic Bay Lodge Caters to Active Traveler

Marquette County on the shores of Lake Superior in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula boasts some of the best and most varied recreational opportunities in the Midwest. The County’s rising reputation as an adventure destination has been recognized nationally, resulting in the area being named an All-American County, one of the country’s Most Livable Communities, and One of the Best Places to ... Read More »

New National Geographic Visitor Center Offers Travelers Unparalleled Opportunity to Deepen Their Experience of the Most Popular Wonder in the World

Destination Cinema, Inc. (DCI), which owns and operates giant screen theaters in tourist locations throughout North America, announced the opening of its renovated venue at the Grand Canyon, the National Geographic Visitor Center at the Grand Canyon. With significant additions in visitor education and services, plus the continued run of the spectacular IMAX feature, Grand Canyon: The Hidden Secrets, the ... Read More »