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.
This 100-acre underground attraction in Louisville, Kentucky, is home to the world’s only fully underground zip line and aerial ropes courses.
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.
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.
Take in fiery autumn hues along the George B. Stevenson Reservoir or book a cozy cabin for a winter weekend in Austin, Pennsylvania.
Head out on either 10-mile and 20-mile dogsledding journeys in this Upper Peninsula excursion experience in McMillan, Michigan.
Just short drive from Gatlinburg, this section of Great Smoky Mountains National Park straddles the Tennessee-North Carolina border and offer incredible views.
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.
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 275-mile linear trail stretches between South Haven and Port Huron, Michigan, as it passes by forests and waterways
This U.S. National Landmark in Marengo, Indiana, offers two walking routes: the 1/3-mile Crystal Palace and the one-mile Dripstone Trail.