Amp up your adrenaline, whether you want to paddle down a raging river or take a walk hundreds of feet in the air. If you want to escape into the woods, head out on a hike on of our nation’s national parks or the multitude of state parks that span forests, mountains, gorges and caves.
Chock full of recreation, from rock climbing to scuba diving to swimming, this Summersville, West Virginia, offers plenty of adventure.
This expansive body of water in Winchester, Kentucky, comes alive in the summer with opportunities for recreation.
The Lake Erie Islands of Ohio are a popular destination in the summer, especially this quiet haven just north of South Bass Island.
This scenic tour has riders saddling up in Pikeville, Kentucky, for views of the Appalachian Mountains.
Larger-than-life rock formations are plentiful in Lewisburg, West Virginia, at this destination for adventurers and families alike.
The highest point in the Mountain State is found in Riverton, West Virginia, and showcases natural beauty as far as the eye can see.
Head to this lake in Birdseye, Indiana, for a stay aboard a fully equipped houseboat and other on-the-water recreation.
Go underground in Howes Cave, New York, for an exploration of nature located 156 feet below the surface of Schoharie County.
Carved by glaciers that moved through the area nearly 10,000 years ago, this park in Watkins Glen, New York, is known for its famous gorge.
This Union Pier, Michigan, spot not far from the trendy beach towns along Lake Michigan offers an oasis of forests, gardens and orchards on a curve of the Galien River.