Because of the long, dry, drought of the last spring and summer Colorado’s annual fall color change in the mountains is happening one to two weeks ahead of schedule.
A trip to Yellowstone National Park will give the kids a chance to see Old Faithful for their first time, and for parents to re-live fond memories of their childhood visit to one of the most beautiful parks in America.
Starting on the Pacific and heading east, check out part one of our state-to-state guide to America’s roadside attractions!
Santa Fe New Mexico is about 6 hours south of Denver. Affording visitors with rustic southwestern architecture, world class art galleries, and fine dining experiences, the road trip to Santa Fe is scenic and artfully inspired.
Road trips are as a part of the American culture as hamburgers and 4th of July. Driving through the mountains and plains of the United States is a time-honored tradition for families and young travelers alike. From convertibles to campers, a trip to Mt. Rushmore from Denver is a great summer getaway. Roughly six hours northeast of Denver, Mt. Rushmore National Memorial is situated in the scenic Black Hills National Forest. Host to about 3 million visitors annually, the iconic mountain sculpture depicting presidents Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln is an American icon and the perfect destination for an all-American weekend getaway.
Planning a road trip this summer? Here are some helpful tips to get your family there happy and in one piece.
Haley Sorenson packed her car to move to Los Angeles for the summer. 4 On Your Side Money Saver Suzanne McCarroll suggested she try a certain website before heading out.