Lisa Collard

Lexington, Bardstown, New York City, Corning, Voyageurs National Park, Mammoth Cave National Park, Rogers

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  1. Sailing in Kentucky? Your Guide to Uncommon Water Adventures in a Landlocked State

    Lexington

    With so many rivers and lakes, you’ll find plenty of typical boating outings—like whitewater rafting, kayaking, and canoeing—but also a few other unexpected adventures.

  2. 5 Inventive Bourbon Cocktails Inspired by The Bourbon Capital of the World®

    Bardstown

    Try an original Bardstown, Kentucky recipe for tongue-tingling and refreshingly original Bourbon cocktails.

  3. West Pinnacle Trail - Hiking

    Lexington

    Since 1875 when students at Berea College started celebrating “Mountain Day” by hiking in the area, The Pinnacles have been a destination spot for hikers all from all over Kentucky.

  4. Lucy Braun Trail - Hiking

    Lexington

    Hike among the giants of one of only 13 large old-growth tracts remaining in the eastern United States on the Lucy Braun Memorial Trail at Blanton Forest State Nature Preserve.

  5. Honker Lake Trail - Hiking

    Lexington

    Grab your walking shoes and camera and head for the Honker Lake Trail, an easy loop trail that circumnavigates Honker Lake in the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area near Kuttawa, KY.

  6. Central Hardwoods - Hiking

    Lexington

    Looking for family-friendly fun to hike or possibly bike ride? The Central Hardwoods Scenic Trail was designed with families in mind, with smooth surfaces, gentle grades and plenty of wildlife sightings.

  7. 10 Iconic Autumn Adventures in the Northeast

    New York City

    From peak bagging to sea kayaking, here are 10 Northeastern autumn adventures not to be missed.

  8. Pilot Knob - Hiking

    Lexington

    A local favorite, The Pilot Knob Trail features a brisk climb and spectacular views that can reach all the way to Lexington on a clear day.

  9. Prospector's Ridge - Hiking

    Lexington

    Take a drive along scenic country roads and switch back up the mountain for great day of hiking at Breaks Interstate Park in Breaks, Kentucky, sometimes called the “Grand Canyon of the South.”

  10. Red River - White Water Paddling

    Lexington

    Not for the faint of heart, the Upper Red River offers one of the most remote and worthwhile paddles in all of Eastern Kentucky.

  11. Red Trail - Hiking

    Lexington

    Bird songs and flower scented breezes aren’t expected within 15 miles of most major metropolitan cities, but that’s exactly what can be found at the Horine Reservation at Jefferson Memorial Forest.

  12. Insider's Guide to Redwood National Park

    The tallest trees on planet Earth stand tall at Redwood National Park. Come visit this enchanted park by the sea.

  13. Insider's Guide to National Park of American Samoa

    This island park is far from the rest of the USA, but an excellent destination filled with beauty and adventure.

  14. Insider's Guide to Crater Lake National Park

    Crater Lake is an incredible place, forged by volcanoes in the not-to-distant pass. Hike, bike, and ski around the namesake lake.

  15. Insider's Guide to Hot Springs National Park

    Hot Springs National Park's soothing waters have been used for centuries for healing purposes. Come see what awaits in the steamy pools!

  16. Your Guide to Uncommon Outdoor Activities in Corning and the Southern Finger Lakes

    Corning

    From getting up in the air to down in the water, there are plenty of unique things to do here, so we put together this list of some of the most remarkable outdoor activities this spectacular bit of America has to offer.

  17. Insider's Guide to Voyageurs National Park

    Voyageurs National Park

    Travel the waterways that would define the rugged, rough, voyageurs who explored this land more than a hundred years ago.

  18. Insider's Guide to Theodore Roosevelt National Park

    Theodore Roosevelt National Park offers a glimpse at the subtle colors of nature twisted into rock formation, rugged canyons, and grasslands.

  19. Insider's Guide to Isle Royale National Park

    Isle Royale is an isolated, remote, beautiful eco-system located in the Great Lakes chain near mainland Michigan.

  20. Insider's Guide to Lake Clark National Park & Preserve

    One of America's wildest parks, this is true backcountry wilderness where the adventurous can immerse themselves in nature.

  21. Insider's Guide to Mammoth Cave National Park

    Mammoth Cave National Park

    Explore's the world's largest known cave system in this amazing underground playground! There's much more here than meets the eye.

  22. 7 Reasons to Visit Rogers, Arkansas If You Love the Outdoors

    Rogers

    New to Rogers? Let us fill you in on what makes this northwest Arkansas town a one-of-a-kind outdoors destination. Paddling, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, hiking, and oh yeah, plenty of friendly locals and great culture!

  23. 10 Must-Do Outdoor Adventures In and Around Rogers, Arkansas

    Rogers

    Rogers, Arkansas has a wealth of fishing, paddling, hiking, mountain biking, and culture. Where to start? Let our guide point you to some of the best things to see and do in the outdoors in Rogers.

  24. Lake Malone State Park - Camping

    Lexington

    Dramatic sandstone cliffs, a unique natural rock bridge, great fishing, cool summer swimming, and wooded camping - find all the best Western Kentucky has to offer in one worthwhile package at Lake Malone State Park near Dunmor.

  25. High Rock Loop - Hiking

    Lexington

    Looking to add some “Wow” into your life? Then the High Rock Loop is the ticket. A waterfall and spectacular views can be combined with rocky scrambles for a full day adventure.