If you’re looking for Spring Break ideas, the Southeast provides the perfect weather for a March escape. Prefer a nice hotel nestled in an urban oasis of activity? Would you rather slow down and feel the charm of a small mountain town? Or perhaps, you want to completely unplug and gaze at the stars in the night sky? These destinations have something for everyone.Read More
Each of these destinations offers something different- whether you're looking to escape to a fun mountain town, visit a national park, or simply take a day trip to a fantastic museum. No lodging research needed or activities to plan out-- it's all covered in detail, saving you time and effort that you would rather spend on your vacation, not planning it.Read More
Cummins Falls State Park is one of Tennessee's newest state parks (dedicated in 2013), but people have been trekking to the 75 foot high falls for generations.
It is not the easiest of swimming holes to get to, but the magnificent falls and swimming hole at the end are enough of a draw that 250,000 people visited the falls in 2015. I wouldn't go near this place on Labor Day weekend, but on a Monday morning in May, it was a gorgeous pit stop on a drive between Nashville and Knoxville on I-40.Read More
This is a great museum- with a wonderful planetarium, interesting exhibits, and a fun kids section. If you are looking for a enjoyable and easy day trip for you and your kids from Atlanta or Chattanooga, you should definitely check out the Tellus Science Museum in Cartersville, Georgia.Read More