A great way to avoid the hustle and bustle associated with the last few weeks of the year is to take a road less traveled to a destination that’s calmer and more secluded.
America is blessed with an abundance of natural wonders, from pristine lakes and mighty rivers to natural sandstone arches and snow-capped mountains.
Arizona reached a deal Friday with the Interior Department to pay for Grand Canyon National Park to completely reopen using state and local funds during the federal government shutdown.
One hotel worker was called and told not to come to work. Another has seen a slowing pace of rooms needing to be cleaned. And a hotel manager has decided to shut down after renting out one room on what normally would be a busy October night.
Nearly two dozen people have been issued citations for entering Grand Canyon National Park after a partial government shutdown forced its closure.
AZ Gov. Jan Brewer is calling on President Obama to reopen Grand Canyon National Park.
Arizona’s Republican leaders, known for picking fights with the federal government, are seething again now that the Grand Canyon is closed because of the budget crisis in Washington.
Looking over the edge of the Grand Canyon. Check. Touring the iconic park by Jeep. That might have to wait.
A luxury lodge resting on the edge of the Grand Canyon is set to get its second face-lift in a decade.
With a wealth of sweeping natural beauty, the Western United States is blessed with breathtaking vistas, giant Sequoias and thriving lakes and rivers.