If you’ve ever visited the shores of Lake Superior in Wisconsin, you know what a special place it is. The history, beaches, fishing and nearby Apostle Islands draw visitors from all over the world. Jon Sherwood and Gina Monroe have a beautiful wooded property that is close to the town of Bayfield, yet has a […]
Do you love the outdoors? Do you relax while listening to the wind through the trees? Do you have equally strong feelings about comfortable mattresses and plumbing? You are not alone. The combination of camping and comfortable amenities is the hottest trend in hospitality, combining camping and “glamour”- known as glamping. We hear a lot […]
We’ve always known just how wonderful Utah is. They’re our next-door neighbor after all. But in the past few years, the news got out. Utah outdoor destinations are hotter than ever, with red rock country, high altitude lakes, goblins and hoodoos popping up on social media and blogs around the world.
When visiting Utah for outdoor […]
Texas Hill Country: known for the rugged natural beauty, fine wine, interesting small towns and now yurts!
Lucky Arrow Retreat opened earlier this year, with a fun and funky vibe, retro touches, an […]
Collins Lake Ranch is nestled between hills just off the main road in Cleveland, NM. It has a 12-acre lake, beautiful pine, oak and aspen forests, bountiful wildlife and outdoor recreation opportunities. The Smaby family (ranch owners) learned early in their autistic son’s […]
Camp K near Salt Lake City is a unique, special place designed for people of all abilities. The camp exists to serve, inspire, care for, and make a difference in people’s lives. Since 1967, Kostopulos Dream Foundation (Camp K) has been dedicated to […]
Are you planning a wedding? Do you need some “me” time to relax and rejuvenate? The Cedars Ranch is a new wellness retreat and wedding venue situated among oaks and cedars in the Texas hill country just 40 minutes from Austin.
Bill and Marilyn […]
When you think of Colorado, you think of mountains, clear blue skies, skiing, hiking, camping, fly fishing and, since 2012, legal marijuana. Despite the easy jokes about high altitude stoners, legal weed and other products are important parts of the Colorado economy and culture. There’s also so much more to legal cannabis than getting high.