Fall foliage is more than a seasonal event. It’s a phenomenon of spectacular color. From the West to the East coasts, Americans flock to the forests to see deciduous trees display their varied hues. Autumn leaf transformations have already begun in higher elevations, while some warmer climates may not peak until November, so plan your viewing accordingly. What US towns have best fall colors? Continue reading Feasting on Foliage: America’s Top 20 Towns For Fall Colors→
The height of athletic competition has begun this week. Most of us won’t get to compete at anything close to that level. But sports are still very important to us in the US, and you may have a young hopeful contender looking to medal in the future.
We’ve found the first-, second- and third-place towns for super competitive medal contenders in a variety of events. And in case you want to move there, we’ve provided the median home price for each town.
There’s nothing like a backyard barbecue on a sweet summer night. For some towns, it’s a way of life – whether it’s year round or even for those precious months of good weather. Where do they do it best? 20 towns made the best of America list by online home goods retailer Wayfair:
Each year, the 21-stage Tour de France (ending in Paris July 24) gets people thinking about cycling. Here in the states, it’s a bit of a phenomenon, with cities eager to earn status as a bike-friendly metropolis. We’ve compiled a list of 10 standout cities, based on the ranking from the Travel Channel (because we liked it the best): Continue reading Tour on! Top 10 bike-friendly towns→
From the white sands of Hawaii to the idyllic New England seaside, Americans flock to the beach for rest and relaxation. Median home prices in these towns are too expensive for most. But there are some equally charming US locales that boast being affordable beach towns.
SmartAsset, a financial information source, compiled a list of 25 budget-friendly beach cities. Granted, not all of these median prices are on the water. But if you don’t have to book a hotel or drive more than 20 miles to the water, you’re doing ok. Here are the top 10: