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.
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.
The 275-mile linear trail stretches between South Haven and Port Huron, Michigan, as it passes by forests and waterways
See canyons, waterfalls, natural springs, sandstone overhangs and breathtaking views along 13 miles of trails in Oglesby, Illinois.
This rail-to-trail conversion in Indianapolis, Indiana, is ideal for walking and cycling and has a dozen access points across the area.
Head to Mammoth Cave, Kentucky, to explore the world’s longest known cave system, with over 400 documented miles of tunnels and passageways.
This park in Panama, New York, offers a 1-mile walking trail that wraps around a ridge knotted with unique formations.