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America’s Most Underrated State Parks

USA's Underrated National Parks

Great places to visit, without the crowds

We all know the likes of Yosemite, Yellowstone, and, of course, the Grand Canyon, and there’s no denying that they’re some of the most breathtaking locations in the US.

But the one thing that can make visiting these national parks a little bit less special is the heaving crowds, especially in the last year, with record visitor numbers due to restrictions on international travel.

So if you want to try something different and experience one of the country’s lesser-known parks, which are your best bets?

We’ve analyzed Tripadvisor reviews of each national park in the USA against the latest visitor numbers to reveal the most underrated in the country.

Small Town Festivals You Need to Know About

Come and discover the joy of small-town America by attending one of the many diverse festivals held each year throughout the country. Regardless of if your interest is local food and drink, stunning displays of nature, or arts and cultural offerings, you will find something to suit your fancy at one of the nation’s quaint festivals. Here are four of the best festivals to consider for your next weekend getaway:

Top U.S. Campsites For The Wanderer In You

If you need an escape from modern, everyday life, camping can do wonders for your body and soul. To help you reconnect with nature, we’ve compiled this list of the best campsites in the country so you can spend less time researching and more time exploring!

Inside Disneyland’s New Exhibit, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge has not even been open for two months and it is already a big hit. The much-anticipated addition to the Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California opened its doors at the end of May to much fanfare. This major expansion is a completely immersive theme park experience, transporting guests to a galaxy far, far away.

Tips for Picky Eaters Traveling Abroad

tips for traveling with picky eaters
Traveling to new countries is one of the most amazing, eye-opening hobbies you can have in life. You get to experience new sights and cultures, meet people that speak a completely different language and try unique and exotic foods. But, the latter may prove to be more troublesome than exciting if you’re finicky about your food. Many Americans have anxiety about unknown cuisine in other countries, but that shouldn’t keep anyone from experiencing the world. If the idea of eating in other regions gives you a panic attack, read on for our tips and tricks for picky eaters.