Discover the best places to visit in the USA, in western states like California, Hawaii, Arizona, and Oregon, and beyond. Find places to go with kids or on your own, and dive deep into vacation destinations across the West.
A Weekend in Laughlin, Nevada
Rising from the desert along the Colorado River, the town of Laughlin, Nevada, combines Vegas-style glitz with outdoor fun.
Spend a Weekend in Eastern Oregon
An Eastern Oregon road trip from John Day to Frenchglen offers excellent birding, exceptional natural beauty, and surprising sips.
Seattle's Classic Flight Museum Takes Off
Seattle's Museum of Flight has exhibits ranging from vintage aviation to early rocketry and through the Apollo moon landings.
San Jose's Hottest Attractions and Restaurants
The capital of Silicon Valley, San Jose, glimmers with inventive art, inspiring science, and creative cuisine.
A Weekend in Cheyenne, Wyoming
Once home to Wyatt Earp and Calamity Jane, Cheyenne is reminiscent of the Old West. Spend the day at a bison ranch and tap room.
Buffalo Bill Center of the West
Five impressive galleries capture the heart of the West by paying tribute to Buffalo Bill in Cody, Wyoming.
5 Gold Country Towns Worth a Visit
These towns along California’s Highway 49 into the Sierras rival one another in Gold Rush-era attractions and outdoor splendor.
5 Things We Love About Portland's Old Town Chinatown
Visit Portland's Chinatown where a historic, hidden world evolved into one of Oregon's favorite neighborhoods.
Denny Dyke's Walkable Art in Oregon
Denny Dyke and his Circles in the Sand team rake labyrinths onto the beach at Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint in Bandon, Oregon.
A Visit to San Francisco's Changing Bayview District
San Francisco's Bayview District is up-and-coming with tasty spots. Stop by Fox and Lion bakery then Seven Stills for a whiskey.
Death Valley Winter Weekend Getaway
Death Valley has more to offer than just the lowest point in the hemisphere, and makes a great winter getaway spot.
Douglas, Arizona: Copper Town With a Colorful Past
Douglas, Arizona, is rich with historic landmarks, stunning desert scenery, cultural diversity, and a national wildlife refuge.