The Backroad Blog
Witness the supernatural on a guided ghost tour, conduct paranormal investigations, and sleep with the spirits at the most haunted places in New York.
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Encounter the spirits at Lily Dale Assembly, a historical upstate New York hamlet that boasts the world’s largest concentration of spiritual mediums.
Enjoy a taste of New York’s Finger Lakes Wine Country at regional wineries, breweries, a cidery, and a distillery, served up with a side of locally-sourced cuisine.
Take a New York civil rights road trip to Manhattan, Bethel, Auburn, Seneca Falls, and Rochester to visit historical sites connected to the American struggle for freedom and equality.
Explore the Rock River Trail, a network of scenic, historical, and recreational routes that parallel the Rock River through Wisconsin and Illinois.
Design your own Tennessee road trip with Backroad Planet’s itinerary planning resources, recommended destinations, Civil War and Civil Rights historical sites, plus 16 themed trails and byways.
Drive New York’s Upper Delaware Scenic Byway to discover quaint river towns, visit rare architectural churches, investigate the haunted Burn Brae Mansion, and chase the unique bridges of Sullivan County.
The Museum at Bethel Woods in upstate New York is a mecca for music lovers, history buffs, and old hippies obsessed with retaking Woodstock for themselves.
Can you imagine a bar that offers a $10 shot and haircut? A former NOLA resident reveals hidden culture, history, cuisine, and other secrets of New Orleans neighborhoods.
Have you ever dreamed of sailing with Viking Cruises to Norway and the UK? Backroad Planet’s annotated travelogue explores the 15-day “Into the Midnight Sun” itinerary, introduces its scenic destinations, and evaluates its shore excursion options.
From the limestone Kartchner Caverns and hoodoos of the Chiricahua National Monument to the art of Bisbee and the wine of Willcox, the geological and cultural diversity of Southeast Arizona remains unfettered, uncrowded, and ultimately explorable.