United States Travel Guide Explore America with Moon

From Sea to Shining Sea

It’s a big country. There’s lots to do, even more to see. Travel in the United States can be a quick outdoor getaway, a week enjoying city sights, or a classic state-spanning road trip. With popular destinations like Yosemite National Park and well-kept secrets like Wisconsin’s Door County, Moon has the best of America covered.

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  • A Brief History of Nome, Alaska An antique sepia tone photo of Nome, Alaska from September 1899.Alaska expert Don Pitcher gives a brief overview of the history of Nome, from the start of its gold-mining days to its role in World War II to its current tourism industry.


  • Driving Tips for a California Road Trip Bixby Bridge connects a section of the coastline at Big Sur.Don’t let traffic, weather, or poor planning get in the way of your iconic California road trip. These tips cover city, desert, mountain, and coast routes.



Heartland and Great Lakes

New England

Pacific Northwest

  • Hike and Camp Oregon’s Saddle Mountain A trail runs along a ridgeline at the summit of Saddle Mountain, Oregon.Hiking and nature enthusiasts won’t want to miss coastal Oregon’s Saddle Mountain State Natural Area. Here’s why, plus directions, trail tips and campsites.

Rocky Mountains

  • Where to See Wildlife in Montana and Wyoming A baby mountain goat stands amongst wildflowers in Glacier National Park.In Montana and Wyoming, appreciating wildlife is as much a part of the culture as mountains are part of the landscape. Here are the best places in both states to see everything from raptors to wild mustangs.

Southwest and Texas

The East Coast

The South