The Most Cajun Place on Earth!

A warm welcome and authentic Cajun cuisine that won’t break the bank awaits you! Over-stuffed poboys, fresh boiled seafood and Cajun favorites made just like grandma’s. Come taste for yourself!

See Plymouth Itinerary

The Pilgrims established the first permanent English settlement in New England when the Mayflower landed in 1620. Because of its role in American History, Plymouth County continues to be a popular destination. Discover the spirit of salty tales and lighthouse legends as you explore our historic coastline and proud maritime heritage. Stay & Play in Plymouth County with lodging, dining and shopping for all!

A Pure Horsepower Kentucky Trip

Oldham County, Kentucky is the perfect destination for those seeking a horse and bourbon adventure to get your motor running! Known as the Farm Tour Capital of Kentucky, Oldham County is located 25 minutes from downtown Louisville on I-71. You can choose from a variety of unique accommodations, including horse farm B&Bs and vacation rentals, to rest your head and hooves. No matter where you stay, you’re sure to enjoy Oldham County from the start!

Take Abe Lincoln’s Perfect Journey

Visit Springfield to explore the largest collection of Abraham Lincoln historic attractions anywhere in the country, letting you step back in time to walk in the footsteps of our legendary 16th President.

East Tennessee Crossing Byway

Stretching 83 miles through verdant Volunteer State heartland interspersed with historic towns, the East Tennessee Crossing Byway connects two of America’s most treasured places of history and nature preservation, Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Cumberland Gap National Historic Park. The byway begins in Cumberland Gap on the Kentucky/Tennessee border and terminates at the Tennessee/North Carolina border.

Whether you need a quick getaway from the city or a long leisurely vacation, you can find it here. A drive along the East Tennessee Crossing Byway — and detours down its connecting idyllic country lanes and beautiful meandering backroads — beckons you to behold some of America’s most unforgettable landscapes around every bend, over every hill-rise and across every mountain top.

Along the way you’ll encounter world-class recreation — fishing, hiking, whitewater rafting, golf, camping, boating, mountain biking, rock climbing, wildlife watching and birding.

Through it all are places of cultural heritage protection and way-of-life preservation, like conservation museums, country music venues, farm-fresh produce stands and markets, local arts and crafts makers and sellers, walkable historic downtowns and an abundance of unforgettable food and comfortable lodging options.

Just as the early pioneers made new lives in this region, people from all over the world are discovering East Tennessee as a wonderful place to recreate, relocate or retire.


South of Anchorage – Exploring Alaska’s Scenic Seward Highway

Experience Anchorage, Alaska by road. The scenic Seward Highway winds to the south of the city, and it’s lined with opportunities to explore glaciers and mountains, enjoy Turnagain Arm trails, watch for wildlife, and learn about the history of gold mining in the region.

South Carolina’s Old 96 District

The Ninety Six District was the westernmost district of colonial South Carolina. It was a mostly ignored backcountry border between the Charleston elite and the Cherokees. After years of crime and equally criminal vigilantes, the 1769 Circuit Court Act finally funded a courthouse and jail in the district.

When the American Revolution began, the Ninety Six District quickly became a hotly contested area between Patriots and Loyalists. The newly-built jail was the site of South Carolina’s first Revolutionary War battle and the state’s first casualty of war.

Discover the places where you can explore the Revolutionary War in South Carolina’s Old 96 District, where you can stay, and a few other things to do.

Handmade, Homemade, Locally Made

When you travel, you want to experience the one-of-a-kind stops that you can’t find anywhere else. Are we right? That’s why Enjoy Illinois created the Illinois Made Program, a program highlighting the best places you can only find in Illinois.

We’re so glad they did too! Why? Because in the Springfield area we have over a dozen Illinois Makers. Whether hand-crafted furniture created from 100+ year old American barns and buildings, local candies and other sweets, unique dining experiences or a delicious locally crafted cup of java, mug of brew or glass of wine, we invite you to indulge in one of our local businesses honored to be certified through the program.

Ride the Southern Dozen – Johnson City, TN

The South’s Greatest Motorcycle Rides!

The Founders Ride, a Signature Ride in the Johnson City, Tennessee’s famous Southern Dozen! This road trip is about 36 miles, with plenty of things to see and do along the way. Stop at Boones Creek, Daniel Boone’s old stomping grounds, the Gray Fossil Site, the oldest town in the state and that just gets you started! Learn more about this Tennessee ride.