Here’s everything you never knew you needed to know about the Fall Equinox

All hail Boreas! God of the north wind and harbinger of sweater weather! EQUINOX vs. SOLSTICE Equinoxes (Latin for “equal night”) occur in Fall and Spring, and solstices happen in Summer and Winter. During an equinox,...

Hopefully heaven has shower beer fridges like this new, brew-themed hotel

Being "in the doghouse" has traditionally been a bad thing... but not anymore. Honestly, as long as we're talking about BrewDog Brewing's new Doghouse craft beer hotel, it's actually desirable. It's located right at...

Meet the Yukon Striker: A record-busting dive coaster with a 90-degree plunge into an...

It feels like roller coaster records are constantly being broken; sometimes it seems like a new coaster comes along to break records set only a year before. It's always fun to see what new...

The Yosemite Valley is starting to re-open, just in time for your end-of-summer road...

Forest fires are increasingly becoming an issue across California, and one that sprung up this past summer, the Ferguson Fire, actually closed parts of one of California's most popular destinations. The fire, which started...

This amazing Instagram account is calling out the most notorious travel influencer cliches

I love mindlessly scrolling through Instagram as much as anyone... I'm not afraid to admit that. But in those hours (possibly days' worth) of time spent browsing pictures of travel porn, you start to...

Epic life hack alert: Give birth at a favorite attraction or restaurant for sweet...

If you're pregnant and you don't have a birth plan yet, allow me, an idiot who has never given birth but who loves free things, to make a suggestion: plan to give birth at...

Earthquakes and fissures are popping up all over Grand Teton National Park… is it...

There's something strange going on at Grand Teton National Park, and it's starting to seem like all signs are pointing to doom and destruction. Okay, that might be taking things a bit far, but...

Are you road trip compatible? Here are some strangely cute road trip tips and...

July 8th was reportedly the hottest day for online dating, and now that you've made some matches, it's time to take that summer romance to the next level. Is there any better test of...

This rad infographic will inspire you to take an epic Canadian road trip

Borders shouldn't apply to freedom of the open road. At least, not when it comes to roadtripping. That's why we're so excited that Roadtrippers is officially launching in Canada with the help of our...

It’s a small world, and it just got smaller now that Disney Parks are...

A visit to the Happiest Place on Earth is a dream come true for pretty much anyone, but the price and hassle of actually getting there might make some decidedly unhappy. Thankfully, Google has...

Wauconda, Illinois might not be Black Panther’s Wakanda, but it’s still pretty cool

By now, we know that the fictional African nation of Wakanda, the setting for Marvel's latest smash hit "Black Panther" is not real. But, that doesn't mean that people have accepted this fact. The...
real-life Camp Crystal Lake from Friday 13th

A rare chance to visit the real-life Camp Crystal Lake from Friday 13th

Chh chh chh... hahh hahh hahh... That's the sound of fear. Well, actually it's the bone-chilling sound from composer Harry Manfredini that has come to immortalize Friday the 13th. But, it sets the right tone...
Disneyland's new brewery

Disneyland’s new brewery makes it (wait for it)… the hoppiest place on Earth

Disneyland has always billed itself as the "Happiest Place on Earth". But, if your idea of a fairytale day involves copious amounts of craft beer, then you've been out of luck. Until now, that...

Hear ye, hear ye! Medieval Times has just crowned its first-ever queen

America's most popular dinner theater show, Medieval Times, is now officially ahead of its time (and the Presidency of the United States, even) by putting a queen at the head of the kingdom. Long...

Open or closed? What the government shutdown means for National Parks and more

A government shutdown is never a good thing, but there is one tiny little bright spot we can appreciate during this current closure. Unlike the last shutdown, some National Parks are remaining open! Of course,...