America the Beautiful

From coast to coast America’s landscapes beckon to be explored. From historic sights and outdoor recreation to world-class museums and shopping, each place offers its own allures and adventures. Whether you have a love for the great outdoors, a passion for the arts or simply an infinity for exploring somewhere new, America’s has it all.

Checkout some of our favourite American destinations of 2015.

Dutchess County, NY

Beautiful landscapes are the heart of Dutchess County and focal point of many outdoor activities. Enjoy views of the Hudson River from above by climbing three local fire towers. Take the glass elevator from the riverfront up to the Walkway Over the Hudson, the world’s longest elevated pedestrian bridge, which connects to the Dutchess Rail Trail’s 13 miles. Be right in the action; feel the wind on your face as you tour the Hudson by riverboat, sailboat, or kayak. For a more relaxed experience with nature, stroll our historic estate grounds and gardens. Take plenty of photos, as the views of the Hudson River and Catskill Mountains are breathtaking.

Learn more at:
www.dutchesstourism.com

Yarmouth, MA

Everybody knows Cape Cod is a wonderful getaway during the summer months, however many people don’t realize it’s a magical place year-round. While summer in Yarmouth is filled with beach days, bonfires and seafood, fall is filled with autumn themed festivals, craft fairs and cranberry harvesting. Winter days offer holiday events and romantic evenings nestled by the fire at one of our many historic B&Bs. Early spring is perfect for taking advantage of our immaculate 81-holes of golf. Enjoy the plethora of special events planned throughout the spring, with our week-long Summer Celebration Kick-Off, Antique Shows, Farm Festivals, and Road Races.

Learn more at:
www.yarmouthcapecod.com

Montgomery County, MD

You’ll find Montgomery County Maryland on the northern border of Washington DC. Home to major cities like Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Gaithersburg, Germantown, Rockville and Silver Spring, there’s a lot to discover in Montgomery County, Maryland. Come to the Washington DC area and stay in Montgomery County. Take a quick 20 minute Metro rail (regional subway) ride into Washington DC, do some sightseeing and then come back to Montgomery County for restaurants, entertainment, shopping and more!

Learn more at:
www.visitmontgomery.com

Haggerstown, MD

Located in Western Maryland, Hagerstown & Washington County, Maryland, is located at the confluence of the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers, and just south of the Mason-Dixon Line. We are part of the Appalachian Highlands, where you can take in the beauty of cultivated valleys, and pastoral low rolling mountains.
Recreational activities are abundant. Imagine relaxing in a canoe on the Potomac, and sipping wine as you make your way to a local venue for dinner. Or, take a serene hike along the Appalachian Trail.
We know you will enjoy all that our area has to offer. So much so, that you will begin planning your next visit before the first one is over.

Learn more at:
www.marylandmemories.org

Mahoning (Youngstown), OH

The Northeast Ohio region offers a wide variety of attractions that visitors are sure to enjoy. Take a fresh look at the Youngstown area and you will find all of the ingredients necessary for a great long-weekend getaway. Those unfamiliar with the area will be pleasantly surprised to find beautiful gardens and numerous outdoor recreation options, a world-class art museum, challenging golf courses, delightful wineries and a brand new gaming facility — with live thoroughbred racing.
What better way to end a day than enjoying a beautiful sunset with a great glass of wine? The Youngstown area is now home to six wineries, two of which can be accessed by boat from Lake Milton. You’re sure to find some new favourite varietals, so get ready to uncork and raise a glass.

Learn more at:
www.youngstownlive.com

Delaware, OH

Venture 6.5 hours from Toronto and become immersed in Midwest culture. Delaware County is located right in the centre of Ohio where visitors come to enjoy big-time attractions and small-town charm. You’ll find Delaware County is also a great hub for experiencing all Ohio has to offer.

There is much to do outdoors in Delaware County. The area features the most shoreline in the state with four inland lakes. Two State Parks and eleven preservation parks provide opportunities for boating, fishing, hiking, biking, swimming, bird watching, camping and more. In addition, fourteen public golf courses further make for a fun-packed stay.

Learn more at:
www.visitdelohio.com

New Braunfels, TX

New Braunfels is a city that is famous for fun. Tourists flock here year-round for amazing music, cultural events, boutique shopping, and outdoor recreation. An unsung hero of this perennial popularity is the variety of gastronomical adventures that await visitors at local restaurants and vineyards.
Conveniently located along the IH-35 corridor between San Antonio and Austin, New Braunfels boasts influences from both great cities, as well as plenty of local flavour. From fast food to fine dining, there is something for every palate — and budget.
No matter what your taste, you’ll never go hungry… in New Braunfels.

Learn more at:
www.PlayInNewBraunfels.com

Clarksdale, MS

With the iconic crossroads sign marking the intersection of U.S. highways 49 and 61, Clarksdale has long been a blues mecca, but with the advent of historic markers along the Mississippi Blues Trail and funky new lodging options, Coahoma County is drawing more and more visitors from all over the world. The frequent festivals in the area continue to grow, and clubs such as Ground Zero, co-owned by Morgan Freeman, and Red’s Lounge offer live music on a fairly regular basis.
Accommodations here range from franchised hotels to lots of personality-filled options — from lofts, guest houses, and sharecropper shacks to a casino hotel. For the adventurous outdoor types, John Ruskey of Quapaw Canoe Company takes individuals and groups on trips down the Mississippi River, and he’ll even cook meals over a campfire.
Clarksdale and Coahoma County are rich in soil and even richer in heritage, so come find it all at the Crossroads.

Learn more at:
www.visitclarksdale.com