Fall/Winter 2021

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Chill out and sample ice wine in a unique tasting room at Peller Estates Winery in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

Train enthusiasts of all ages visit this station in Arcade, New York, to take a ride on the historic rail line it serves. 

The collection of oddities at this home museum in Cameron, West Virginia, includes a number of haunted objects from paranormal investigations. 

This Doylestown, Ohio, cidery grows a variety of heirloom apples at its neighboring orchard and crafts a tasty variety of hard ciders.  

Start your visit to Ohio’s only national park with a stop at this visitor center in Peninsula, Ohio that will help you prepare for adventure and learn about the history of the area. 

The former home of the world’s largest Coca-Cola bottling plant is now a downtown Indianapolis nightlife destination. 

This Gothic mansion turned museum and cultural landmark in Toronto offers tours, dining and seasonal events. 

Just short drive from Gatlinburg, this section of Great Smoky Mountains National Park straddles the Tennessee-North Carolina border and offer incredible views. 

This Peninsula, Ohio, excursion train travels through the heart of the 33,000-acre Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

Located 150 miles west of Chicago and 6 miles south of the historic town of Galena, Illinois, this destination makes for a great winter escape. 

Opened in 1929, this museum in Dearborn, Michigan, offers 523,000 square feet of artifacts and exhibits that tell a story of American ingenuity. 

Home to 60 slopes this Ellicottville, New York, resort has long been known as an eastern United States skiing destination. 

This 100-acre underground attraction in Louisville, Kentucky, is home to the world’s only fully underground zip line and aerial ropes courses. 

Explore the legend of the Mothman at this fun storefront museum in the heart of downtown Point Pleasant, West Virginia.

With 585 acres and a vertical drop of 900 feet, Mount Bohemia in Mohawk, Michigan, has the longest runs with the highest verticals in the Midwest.

Grab a glass of wine and take a spirited hike that’s bound to bring a smile to your face on these trails in Baroda and Buchanan, Michigan.

Covering conflicts from the Civil War to the war on terrorism, this museum in the small town of Portland, Indiana, showcases stories of service and sacrifice.

Head out on either 10-mile and 20-mile dogsledding journeys in this Upper Peninsula excursion experience in McMillan, Michigan.

Get an adrenaline rush by taking a walk on a 1,000-foot-long catwalk that runs 876 feet above the New River in Lansing, West Virginia

These cabins located along the Ohio River in Derby and Cannelton, Indiana, offer relaxing places to stay and play. 

James Beard Award-winning journalist Steve Dolinsky’s food tours show Chicago has much more to offer than deep-dish pies. 

This gem of the Erie, Pennsylvania, shoreline offers stunning fall colors, while winter brings opportunities for outdoor recreation. 

This sprawling outdoor art exhibition in Morrisburg, Ontario, features awe-inspiring displays carved from more than 7,000 pumpkins. 

Once the home of the Grand Ole Opry, this downtown Nashville landmark still hosts live performances and offers tours. 

This resort in Champion, Pennsylvania, is home to the largest snow-tubing park in the Laurel Highlands region, with 11 snow-tubing lanes.

Take in fiery autumn hues along the George B. Stevenson Reservoir or book a cozy cabin for a winter weekend in Austin, Pennsylvania.

James Beard Award-nominated executive chef Ouita Michel’s Lexington, Kentucky, seafood spot is all about sourcing local ingredients. 

Enjoy your own personal lakefront estate by booking a stay at one of three sprawling residential rentals in Aurora, New York

In addition to its proximity to Toronto’s mix of theaters, restaurants and shops, this luxury hotel is also a short walk away from the Lake Ontario shoreline. 

These two museums in Richmond, Indiana, both have a mummy among their permanent collections. 

This creepy tree surrounded by rich lore is a stop on Louisville Historic Tours’ lineup of ghostly spots throughout the city.