The Best In U.S Travel

Keen photographers often fall in love with the dramatic landscapes, incredible natural wonders and amazing city monuments that can be found in the US…and it’s little wonder why.

So where exactly ARE the best spots to take photographs in the US? We’ve narrowed it down to a select 21, including only the most visually stunning of this amazing country’s destinations.

Take a look at our brand new guide to 21 Great Photo Locations in the US to find out more.

In the meantime, take a look that these amazing snaps.

The Grand Canyon

Spanning an impressive 277 miles long and 18 miles wide, it’s no surprise that the Grand Canyon is one of the world’s most photographed natural attractions. Boasting brilliant colors, dramatic lines and breathtaking cliff faces, the Grand Canyon is a must on any photographer’s wish list.

Crater Lake – Oregon

Crater Lake has inspired people for hundreds of years and it will no doubt inspire photographers from all over the world. Combining a deep, pure blue lake, with sheer surrounding cliffs, two picturesque islands and a violent volcanic past, this is a nature lover’s and photographer’s dream destination.

Blue Ridge Parkway

The Blue Ride Parkway is regarded as America’s favorite drive and boasts stunning natural beauty and endless photo opportunities. Running along the famous Blue Ridge, it borders natural wonderlands like the Appalachian Mountains, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the beautiful Shenandoah National Park.

The Golden Gate Bridge – San Francisco

Spanning the Golden Gate, the opening to San Francisco Bay, the Golden Gate Bridge is one of the world’s most photographed bridges…and with good reason. It is the longest suspension bridge in the world and truly is an architectural masterpiece.

Grand Teton National Park

The photo opportunities in Grand Teton National Park are endless, with an unending array of majestic mountains, pristine lakes, and incredibly unique wildlife on offer. The reflection of the mountains in the lakes makes for picture-perfect scenes that simply cannot be passed up.


So get snap happy and take a look at our Guide to the Best Photos in the US and start planning your RV rental vacation now.

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Sporting Arenas in the USA encompass everything the sporting culture in our country is all about. From their monolithic structures, to the wave of pride that overcomes you as you enter its gates, the sporting arena is a must on any vacation in the US.

From the Super Bowl venues, to everyone’s favorite basketball stadiums; this guide has it all. So what are you waiting for? Take a look at our Guide to Iconic Sporting Venues in the US today!

Here’s a sneak peak to get you started.

Madison Square Garden

Located right in the heart of New York City, Madison Square Garden is the longest active major sporting facility in the New York metropolitan area.

Yankee Stadium

Serving as the home to the New York Yankees, this stadium is one of the world’s most famous ballparks and is located in The Bronx in New York City.

Cowboys Stadium

Serving as the home to the National Football League’s Dallas Cowboys, this stadium is recognizable by its dome shape and retractable roof. Replacing the Texas Stadium in 2009, the current stadium boasts the world’s largest column-free interior and the largest high definition video screen.

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

If fast cars are what you are after, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the place to be. Home to the famous Indianapolis 500-Mile Race and Brickyard 400, this original speedway boasts a modern course and also hosts the United States Grand Prix for Formula One.

Fenway Park

As the oldest major league baseball stadium still in use, Fenway Park is as iconic to American culture as the sport itself is. Ballpark home to the famous Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park is also a host to concerts, soccer and hockey games, and political and religious campaigns.


Want to see more? Check out our full guide to The Iconic Sporting Arenas of the US.

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The US is home to some incredibly weird and wacky things. I fact, we have almost dedicated our entire blog to it!

For those among us who enjoy things that are just a little bit strange, this new guide to the Odd Attractions of the US will be just the treat. Covering all the states and regions of the US, this brand new guide will take you to some of the strangest destinations and attractions that call America home.

So come along for the Jurnii and start exploring the weird and wacky of the US today!

Junkrassic Park

Behold a land where objects fashioned out of recycled metal farm implements roam free.

It may not sound like a premise for a blockbuster movie, but it’s none the less a place worth digging in to.

Montana Testicle Festival

Tantalize your taste buds at the Montana Testicle Festival: home to the tastiest testicles in town. The annual event attracts a titillating 10,000 people all seeking to sample the world’s finest bull testicles in a testy festy fashion.


One of Route 66’s more offbeat attractions, Tinkertown blends folk art with nostalgia and is an unbeatable display of items from the mid-west, packed into a confusing structure that will leave you in awe of just how wacky some people can be.

Vent Haven: Ventriloquist Museum

Ventriloquism is something that has intrigued the public for many years, and as fascinating as it may be, many of us are still wary of just what these “dummies” can do. This museum really puts you right in the thick of it, as you walk through endless rooms of silently grinning dolls, it’s hard not to get a slight feeling of the “heebie-jeebies” and wonder just what’s going on in their little wooden heads.

Ghost Outpost

While many haunted houses tend to be on the corny and cheesy side, the Ghost Outpost in Wisconsin Dells tries to move past this and create an experience that will truly terrify its visitors; emphasis on the “tries”.

Museum of Bad Art

There aren’t too many art galleries one would visit expecting to see bad art; but this place is one of them.  While some would consider the artwork here masterpieces, most would agree it’s tragic beyond words and there is no other place for it.

Bread and Puppet Museum

Home to some truly creepy puppets, this museum takes weird and wacky to a whole new level. Many of the puppets here are deformed, adding to their creepiness, making for a perfectly freaky day out.


Think we’ve missed some? Check out our Guide to Odd Destinations in the US to find out.

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