Why Love Wisconsin?

This state’s geography is varied from the beautiful lakeshores along Michigan and Superior to its river valley central region and its heavily forested northlands. The state’s largest tourist attraction is the Wisconsin Dells. Just off of I-94 in the centre of the …

Spending Time in Iowa

Iowa is probably most famous for growing corn; however, this largely rural state in the upper Midwest also offers some quaint little cities. Additionally, Iowa is home to North America’s most extensive and fascinating collection of effigy mounds. Effigy Mounds National Monument …

Don’t Miss a Trip to Missouri

Missouri is America’s quintessential midway crossroads. The cities here combine classic southern charm and style with the sophisticated industriousness of the north. The state is also considered the cultural halfway point between east and west in America, but really it has a …

Spend Some Time in Indiana

Indiana is a state crazy for sports. Hence, many of its cities and towns are built around local sports teams and events. If you are interested in exciting sporting hysteria, this is the state to visit. The state’s capital and largest city, …

Take a Trip to Dayton

Dayton, Ohio, is famous for its extraordinary heritage of innovation: historic residents Orville and Wilbur Wright were the first to build and fly a power-driven, heavier-than-air machine; James Ritty invented a mechanical money drawer that is now called the cash register; Poet …

Get Back to Nature in Ohio

One of the most populous states in America, Ohio is home to three bustling cities, some of the best amusement parks in the world, and the tranquility of Maumee Bay State Park on Lake Erie’s shores. This wonderful natural area is a …

Branson is the Place to Be

Situated in the Midwest of the United States of America, Branson is a city full of life. Bustling with tourists who tour the city in the daytime, the night scene is also magical, when the sky is lavishly decorated with many colorful …

Out and About in Missouri

Missouri is the starting place for Huck Finn’s famous voyage with Jim down the Mississippi in Mark Twain’s masterpiece, ‘The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.’ Though it is no longer advisable to swim or raft in the Mississippi itself, (due to pollution and …