Slip away for a weekend of indie shops, warming drinks and winter cheer.
Put away your snow gear and head south to discover the fascinating history and rugged natural beauty of Texas Hill Country.
The Midwest's Largest Concentration of Covered Bridges is in Western Indiana—Here's Where to Find Them
This sleepy, scenic pocket comes alive each October when there's a huge festival to celebrate its bridges and local communities.
Just 30 minutes northwest of St. Louis, St. Charles is a dreamy Christmas town, with early 19th-century buildings draped in fresh pine garlands and lights glowing above brick-paved streets.
Frozen lakes, dramatic ice caves and icy waterfalls turn these Midwest landscapes into true winter wonderlands.
Don't let winter freeze you out. When ice crystallizes the landscape, Midwesterners take advantage.
Settled around a waterfall in the Chagrin State Scenic River, this former mill towns southeast of Cleveland has a thriving arts scene.
In Duluth's Lincoln Park neighborhood, makers and artisans own shops alongside bakeries, breweries and bike paths.
Lake Superior has always had a healing nature. A new holistic retreat lets you soak it in.