Mendocino's Anderson Valley is a pastoral, wine-and-farm-fueled escape any time of year. But go in spring and you’ll delight in verdant hills, apple blossoms, and newborn lambs—lord help us, it's lovely.
If wine, music, and sunshine are three of your favorite things, you’ll want to hit up these wineries this summer for live performances in the vineyards, paired with great weather and refreshing vino.
Whether you're hitting the open road, packing a swimsuit for the beach, hiking in the mountains or rediscovering your own hometown, here are eight must-download apps to make your vacation all the more pleasurable.
Follow the scent of freshly brewed beer and warm sunshine to these gourmet drinking festivals this summer.
It’s time to start planning your summer Tahoe trip, but instead of booking a run-of-the-mill hotel room, why not opt for a tiny house, tipi or comfy yurt? These fun and unusual Airbnb rentals come with luxe amenities including trailside access to the Pacific Crest Trail, waterfront access to Carnelian Bay, and even your own swimming pool. Happy camping!
While it may seem hard to believe, there's more to Las Vegas than the big lights and casino-filled hotels. Downtown Sin City is currently experiencing a cultural revival, and for outdoorsy folks, there's not just dry dessert out there beyond the strip. Here are five hip new spots to put on your to-do list next time you're heading to the Entertainment Capital of the World.
Swimming, picnicking, sunbathing, beaches, and pristine forests—the Russian River has it all.
With hot summer nights and new restaurants, bars, and shops popping up everyday in Guerenville, the Russian River gem is a must for your bucket list. Go hiking, biking, tubing, canoeing, wine tasting, and partying—or just laze by the river. Guerneville doesn't disappoint.