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.
Must-See Big Sur Nature Spots and Views
You can nest like a bird, soak in a hot spring, and dine above the clouds on the Central California coast in Big Sur.
Beauty Meets Bounty in Marin County
Explore Muir Woods, Mount Tamalpais, and Point Reyes National Seashore—then enjoy a delicious meal nearby.
Wild West Weekend in Casper, Wyoming
You won't be bored in historic Casper, Wyoming. Choose from activities like disc golf, art walks, and shopping for cowboy boots.
Food Adventures in Vancouver, British Columbia
From sustainable seafood to Asian fusion "schnacks," discover a bounty of edible adventures in Canada’s culinary capital.
5 U.S. Historic Trails Reveal the Wild West
Follow in the footsteps of a Juan Bautista de Anza, the Nez Perce, ancient Hawaiians, Western traders, and Alaskan mushers.
A Weekend in California's Amador Wine Country
Just an hour east of Sacramento, Amador County offers delectable wine, beer, and eats, plus at least one particularly sweet stay.
11 Urban Oases in the West
A Japanese garden, a rooftop sanctuary, and other bits of greenery provide respite in 11 cities in the West.
Choteau, Montana: 4 Things We Love
Discover picturesque Helena-Lewis & Clark National Forest and dig for dinosaur bones in central Montana.
Must-See Animals at the San Diego Zoo
You don't have to travel the globe to see Galápagos tortoises, giant pandas, and orangutans—just visit the San Diego Zoo.
5 Things We Love About Warrenton, Oregon
Stroll along waterfront trails, dig razor clams, and peek into Oregon's history at the mouth of the Columbia River in Warrenton.
A Perfect Weekend in Pocatello, Idaho
Enjoy the great outdoors around "Poky." In-town lures include antique stores and unusual museums.
Spring Getaway to Moapa Valley, Nevada
Spring is the perfect time to explore gorgeous geology at Valley of Fire State Park and ancient history at the Lost City Museum.