Video of the Week brought to you by: Kearney Visitors Bureau
Located in the heart of Nebraska, Kearney’s central location and proximity to I-80 has made it a destination for travelers, family reunions and many events and conventions. Rich in history and culture, Kearney is home to several museums and attractions. In Kearney you will find unique shopping and dining experiences, local breweries and tap-houses and a thriving downtown.
Start planning your visit today.
Video of the Week brought to you by: Thoroughbred Country, South Carolina
Experience four beautiful counties in South Carolina–visit Thoroughbred Country, a place of natural beauty, where yesterday is preserved for today. Explore American history and a shopper’s paradise. Paddle the Edisto River and stroll along the paths of an elegant garden. Savor genuine southern cuisine and rest in a cozy historic inn or bed & breakfast. We’re Way More Than Horses! Plan your vacation: Learn more
The world’s largest known classic car junkyard covers 34 acres with six miles of walking trails through more than 4,000 cars on display in all their rusted glory. Additional oddities include the owner’s extensive Styrofoam cup folk art collection and Elvis Presley’s last automobile.
Old Car City USA is open Wednesday-Saturday 9 AM-4 PM. Admission is charged. This must-see attraction is located near Cartersville at 3098 Highway 411 NE, White GA 30184. Call 770-382-6141.
Plan now to enjoy the 2019 Joliet Area Restaurant Week. With over 30 eateries offering culinary creativity there’s something for every palate and every wallet. The event takes place February 1-13 and 15-17 throughout the Joliet, Illinois area. Find out more about this celebration of flavor, including a list of participating restaurants at jolietrestaurantweek.com
Start planning your trip to experience the most amazing rock concert along the Platte River. From mid-February to early-April, over 600,000 Sandhill Cranes converge on the river near Kearney, Nebraska, making it one of Earth’s greatest migrations. Book a blind along the river, or check out our public viewing areas.
Make the most of your stay and take a look at our local attractions, restaurants and places to stay at:
HellsGate – 45 Minutes SW of Chicago
Named the scariest in Illinois by HauntWorld, HellsGate Haunted House will frighten you like never before.
Video of the Week brought to you by: Yazoo County Convention and Visitors Bureau
Yazoo City’s Witch of Yazoo and Glenwood Cemetery: Join in the FREE tour October 20th at 10am! Make plans to Visit Yazzo and take this tour in the 2nd “Spookiest Cemetery” in America. Watch the video for a glimpse of the fun! Learn more and plan your trip.
Built in 1857, Humpback Bridge has become one of the most cherished landmarks in Virginia. Today, one of the reasons people visit the Alleghany Highlands is for great outdoor recreation on the pristine mountain lakes and rivers of the Alleghany Blueway. Enjoy the beauty and craftsmanship of the bridge then hit the water for paddling, tubing, fishing and swimming. In the Alleghany Highlands you can experience history over the water and good clean fun on it. Historic Humpback Bridge and the present day Alleghany Highlands Blueway are both great reasons to visit! Learn more and plan your trip.
Video of the Week brought to you by: Ottawa Visitors Center
OMNI Prize Arts Festival
September 7-9, 2018—Ottawa, IL
Omni Prize is the Midwest’s premier juried art festival showcasing visual artists, theatre, film and music in Ottawa, Illinois (just minutes from Starved Rock State Park). For 3 days art will come to life on display on the streets, in restaurants, shops, parks, riverfront and more. Music will be in the air and artists will make art jump in the streets and off the pages as never seen before. Open to the Public with FREE admission. Cash prizes and recognition will be awarded to winning artists from an esteemed jury and from public votes!
Watch the Ottawa OMNI Prize Festival video on Youtube: http://www.amroad.net/OttawaOmniPrizeFestVideo
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Find Out How Gulf County, Florida Inspires Master Photographer David Sussman.
Sussman has been a photographer since the 1970’s. He has received numerous professional photography awards including Kodak’s Industrial Challenge Award, Epcots Professional Photographers showcase and Professional Photographers of America Showcase.
“What I enjoy most is coming into an environment like here at the Dead Lakes which allows me to shoot wildlife and scenics” says Sussman. “There is just something special about this area.”
“You immediately get the feeling that you have country, waterways and the beach” explains Sussman of his first visit to Gulf County.
Sussman enjoys many areas of Gulf County for his scenic and wildlife shoots but he visits St. Joseph Peninsula when it comes to shooting sunsets. “Gulf County, what a wonderful adventure and a great place to be.” Discover more.