101 Camping for First-Timers

Camping has always been on my bucket list, however it was not something I got around to doing until this past weekend at Mother Lode River Center in Lotus, California. And after my first experience camping, it is surely something I would eventually like to do again. However, I know I am not the only…

Mother Lode River Center Camping + Rafting Experience

Hey everyone, this past weekend was very new and exciting for me, since I camped for the first time in my life! I spent Friday to Sunday at the Mother Lode River Center in Lotus, California with my boyfriend. It was a 9-year anniversary romantic getaway-if you want to call it that. We found out…

5 Reasons to Visit Mount Rainier National Park- Washington

Fast Facts The 14,410- foot volcano can be spotted from any direction even more than 100 miles away If you reach the top of Mount Rainier, you can see all 26 glaciers In March 1899,it became the 5th National Park Open all year round, but it’s peak season is between July and August Surpasses over…

Top 4 Romantic National Parks

Virgin Islands- U.S Virgin Islands Open all year round, the Virgin Islands National park is a dreamy escape for a well deserved getaway. Known for its blue waters, white sandy beaches and tropical forests it’sΒ  a gateway to tropical paradise. It’s part of a chain of islands located in the Caribbean on the Atlantic Ocean,…

The TV Lover’s Hike: Franklin Canyon #3

  Franklin Canyon is probably not the place where experienced hikers come for kicks but it is the perfect place to unwind,Β  have a picnic and visualize how your favorite movie or TV show shot here. That is, because Franklin Canyon is a notable filming location located inΒ  Beverly Hills. The hike itself is not…

Rubio Canyon- Mother Nature’s Hidden Gem-Hike #2

Driving down the street of Pleasantridge Drive, one might not imagine that tucked in between two homes is a trail that leads to a secluded point atop the Angeles National Forest that brings you to a grand panoramic view of Los Angeles County. Depending on the weather you can see as far as the buildings…

First Hike of 2016: Eaton Canyon

As the start of 2016 looms over us, the need for thrills and new beginnings rushes through me. One of my personal goals this year is to be more active and try new things, you’d think that as a travel enthusiast I would have already hiked all of California but the sad truth is that…