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Hazel M. Freeman

Cabbage Key is a popular day trip spot for visitors to boat over, have lunch, enjoy the afternoon and return to the mainland. For those interested in more than staying just a few hours, the Inn has several types of lovely overnight lodging for guests from which to choose

Hazel M. Freeman

Looking for some old Florida charm? Look no further than Cabbage Key. Accessible only by boat, this little piece of tropical paradise will dish up a southern size helping. Take a day trip for lunch, sip on a Cabbage Creeper at the Dollar Bill Bar, or stay a couple nights in a cottage by the water.

Hazel M. Freeman

The undeveloped barrier island of Cayo Costa along Florida's Gulf Coast is home to Cayo Costa State Park. Regaled for its pristine, shell littered, uncrowded beaches, it is only accessible by boat. Not to worry, it's a short ferry ride to the island. Take a day trip or camp overnight.

Hazel M. Freeman

Cheyenne Frontier Days celebrates 126 years and takes place July 22 - 31st. If you’re out Wyoming way in mid-July, you may want to take time to slip on your cowboy boots and help whoop-it-up at Cheyenne Frontier Days. There's plenty to do that won’t cost you a dime.

Hazel M. Freeman

In 2022 the Blue Ridge Parkway celebrates 87 years of scenic glory for the millions of visitors that have traveled its winding road. Now considered a national treasure, more than 850 million visitors have enjoyed the Blue Ridge, since the Parkway began counting in 1939.

Hazel M. Freeman

Southwest Michigan is a beautiful rolling tapestry of farmland, orchards, and vineyards, scattered amongst quaint, friendly little towns situated along the shores of Lake Michigan.

Hazel M. Freeman

Each year along the beaches of St. George Island, in Franklin County, endangered female loggerhead sea turtles, and an occasional leatherback, are driven by their natural instinct to return home again, to lay their cache of 80-100 eggs and start the next generation.