Sometimes you just want to get out and explore. We try to strike a good balance of places that you will really enjoy. Finding ideas for family friendly outings, or interesting places to go in America with your friends, both are at your fingertips here with America Top 10. We aim to give you plenty of ideas without you having to do all the research. That way you can easily decide if you want to explore America sites or check out the sites in another state.
You have also heard how it is becoming a lot more popular to have staycations (where you stay home instead of going to far off places) and discover new and interesting places in the near vicinity. We try to make that easier for you. Check out the sites in America that have become local favorites easily with our site.
We hope that we have provided you plenty of choices in America whether this is a new area for you or your own back yard. Something a little different from the typical amusement park. If you really loved somewhere but don’t see them on our list let us know, we are always looking to improve our lists and we can only do that with your help.
Indian Campground & RV Park in Buffalo, Wyoming is situated midway amongst Mount Rushmore and Yellowstone National Park. The establishment has over 200 large, mature shade trees trimmed and ready to house guests gear to guard you and your valuable equipment. You can also enjoy their enormous swimming pool that is perfectly heated at 84 degrees.
The Zimmerman House was designed by the acclaimed American architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1950. It is the only Wright-designed building in New England that is open to the public.
Visit their well appointed museum and enjoy a fully escorted tour. You can view original artifacts, listen to 100+ year old Edison Phonographs, and learn about the wonders that took place at Thomas Edison’s historic Menlo Park. Enjoy a walk on the guided nature trail through this lovely 36-acre state park which is just starting to bloom in Spring splendor.
Commissioned in 1916 and completed in 1918, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Allen House is named after its first owners, newspaper publisher Henry Allen and his wife, Elsie. The home features more than 30 pieces of Wright-designed furniture, all of its original art glass and several new-for-their-time innovations, such as wall-hung water closets and an attached garage. Restored back to 1918, the house exemplifies Frank Lloyd Wright’s philosophy of living in harmony with nature.
Alaska’s only public aquarium and ocean wildlife rescue center is celebrating ten years on the shores of Resurrection Bay. Visitors to this “window on the sea” have close encounters with puffins, octopus, sea lions and other sea life while peeking over the shoulders of ocean scientists studying Alaska’s rich seas and diverse sea life. They are a private, non-profit corporation with approximately 105 full-time employees and dedicated staff of volunteers and interns.
Evansville, Indiana’s only Victorian House Museum is situated in the heart of the city’s downtown Historic Preservation District. The Reitz Home Museum is noted as one of the country’s finest examples of French Second Empire architecture.
Coral Gables, FL
Matheson Beach is great for beginners, or those who simply enjoy a peaceful practice session. Matheson Hammock Park is a lovely scenic park with an unusual feature, a man-made atoll pool, which is flushed naturally with the tidal action of nearby Biscayne Bay. Its tranquil breeze-swept beach is a haven for families who enjoy its warm, safe waters and beautiful waterside views. Matheson is also a prime spot for Kite-Boarding. Its active breezes and calm shallow waters make launching easy. The park also has a full-service marina, snack bar and restaurant built into an historic coral rock building, picnic pavilions and nature trails. Matheson also contains a sailing and power boat school.
Ellsworth Park provides open space in the heart of Black Rock. In addition to being the home of the Black Rock Little League, the park features new tennis courts and children’s playground. Ellsowrth Park also hosts the annual Black Rock Day festivities in June.
Since its establishment in 1885, gardens and floral displays have been a tradition at this beautiful 33 acre park, inviting visitors to stroll from the Conservatory to the Stone Fountain. The park grounds are home to an extensive collection of gardens and trees, including many planted during the early 1890’s. The Conservatory is famous for its 100-year tradition of providing gardens under glass.