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Traveler: Blink Cincinnati

Bright Spot

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Why They Burn The Hoosier National Forest

Not all forest fires are bad.

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Hoosier National Forest: Biking

Riding the trails in HNF.

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Hoosier National Forest: Hiking

The Experience If anyone asks for a good camping spot in Indiana, I recommend a trail in the southern tip of Hoosier National Forest. The Forest covers 203,000 acres of land, much of it untouched by man, and visiting can feel like taking a step back in time. With over 200 miles of hiking, horseback […]

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Hoosier National Forest: Camping

The Experience The camper van pulls off the lonesome county road. After the gravel dust settles and the engine stops, the forest is completely silent … at least for a few moments. A black-and-white warbler soon begins his squeaky song anew, joined by a chorus of chirping crickets and a woodpecker playing breakneck percussion somewhere […]

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Traveler: Field Of Dreams

Glamping arrives in the Midwest on a working blueberry farm.

An oven fired pizza topped with arugula
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Hot Off The Grid

Indiana road-tripping destinations.

The interior of a crowded restaurant
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Best In Midwest Dining

Ready for a (belt-adjusting) road trip?

A stylish bar decked out with pink light and a massive chandelier.
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Traveler: Detroit’s Boutique Hotels

These boutique hotels are fully loaded.

NASA Glenn Visitor Center
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Six Rocket-Free Trips To Five-Star Space Destinations

When it comes to exploring outer space, there’s a universe of options close to home.

A Hocking Hills cabin fashioned from three 40-foot-long shipping containers
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Traveler: All Decked Out In Hocking Hills

A mega-cabin high in the trees elevates a weekend in the Hocking Hills area of Ohio.

A boutique hotel room suite bathed in light.
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Traveler: Chicago’s Sports-Themed Hotels

Chicago hotels steeped in sports nostalgia.

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Traveler: Daylily Farm In Michigan

“When we are running around with big smiles on our faces and appear to be nuts, it’s because we just saw a flower for the first time.”

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Traveler: The Fields Of Michigan

Billed as the Midwest’s first true glamping experience.

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Traveler: BrewDog’s DogHouse

But BrewDog chose Columbus as its stateside HQ for a reason: the growth of the city’s beer scene and the collaborative nature within it.

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