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What's not to love about your local park? It's where you have picnics and play ball. When your park starts showing signs of too much love -- chipped paint, crushed flower beds and more -- what can you do to spruce it up?

By Jessica Willis

Public parks are excellent places to spend time with your family. With so many possible activities available in park settings, the only thing lacking may be time to enjoy them all.

By Heather Kolich

The Wichita Mountains of southwestern Oklahoma are known for their peaks, hiking trails and natural beauty. What else would you see during a trip through the Wichita Mountains?

By Ed Grabianowski


Thinking of hiking the Ozarks this summer? You're in for a treat – especially if you like water.

By Becky Striepe

Nobody flies more than pilots, so who better to give us tips on packing?

By Allison Troutner

Long-haul flights are the worst. If you’re on a 10-hour flight, cramped up with legroom that even a dog couldn’t fit in, food that is only fit for a prison cafeteria, in seats that I can only imagine is filled with more germs than a toilet, you’re in for one hell of a ride (literally).

By Shelley Seale

America is loaded with beautiful college and university campuses that not only drive students to attend these schools but visitors from all over the world.

By Lindsay MacNevin


Hiking in Northwest Ontario is rewarding and as challenging or easy as you want it to be. Visitors to North of Superior and Thunder Bay are consistently charmed by the views of nature and spectacular scenery around almost every corner of abundant regional trails.

By Susie Stauffer

With a long history as an industrial manufacturing hub, the U.S. Midwest also is home to some of the nation’s finest hotels. But just as the fortunes of the region’s business barons have risen and fallen over the decades, so have many of its longest-standing hotels.

By Jeff Waddle

The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization is well known for its designations of World Heritage Sites. For the music and travel lovers it also has a Cities of Music list that is completely fascinating and full of surprises.

By Bruce Yaccato

A homestay can be an incredibly rewarding experience both for the homeowners and visitors. Typically, students use homestays as safe, affordable accommodations when traveling on a tight budget.

By Susie Stauffer


Imagine drifting off to sleep while a shark silently stalks above you, or a school of colorful fish dart in and out of coral, all while you are safely tucked into your warm sleeping bag, next to your kids, or a loved one.

By Lindsay MacNevin

You might be wondering why you would ever want to visit some of the smallest countries in the world, other than to just get that passport stamp and bragging rights. But the fact of the matter is what these small countries lack in size they make up for in amazing things to see and do.

By Lindsay MacNevin

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) describe a World Heritage Site as a place (such as a forest, mountain, lake, island, desert, monument, building, complex, or city) of special cultural or physical significance.

By Andrew Chapados

When planning a family vacation Brazil might not be at the top of your list of options. Between lively scantily clad bathing suit beaches and the issue of safety; this country is often overlooked when traveling with kids. In all actuality, Brazil is a perfect place to take the kids on vacation.

By Lindsay MacNevin


Traveling to various countries always offers the best memories. With a plethora of countries to choose from, narrowing the list down can be difficult. As you read this article, you’ll learn the top ten countries to visit this fall. 1. Poland Poland offers a wide array of sightseeing, architecture, mountains, and shopping.

By Stuart Smith

The family vacation is another one of America’s favorite pastimes. Every year, millions of citizens pack their bags and head out in search of fun and relaxation. Popular cities, such as Los Angeles, New York, and Orlando, become flooded with tourists. However, the struggling economy has caused many people to think outside the box.

By Angela Ayles