Senior Travel

Hazel M. Freeman

In 2018 the Blue Ridge Parkway celebrates 83 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

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.

Hazel M. Freeman

If you love to explore coffee shops and cafe's, that have their own specialty brews, you'll enjoy a visit to the Door County Coffee and Tea Company. It's also one of Door County's favorite "soup stops." Here are three delicious soup recipes that are customer favorites. Freshly baked bread too!

Hazel M. Freeman

The Evergreen Club is a membership only club for those 50 and older. A $75.00 annual membership fee will save you hundreds on your first trip. Members have access to hundreds of B & B homestay locations across the country for overnight lodging, with breakfast, for about $15.00 a night.

Hazel M. Freeman

Made with farm fresh ingredients and shipped to stores quickly, Blue Bell Ice Cream tastes like homemade. Visitors to the company headquarters in Brenham can get a factory tour and top off the tour with a free dip of their favorite flavor. You can also find a creamery in Sylacauga, Alabama.

Hazel M. Freeman

Senior travelers will still feel a child-like sense of awe when beholding the majesty of this natural wonder of the world, our national treasure, the Grand Canyon. Guest author Janis Turk gives us a tour of the Grand Canyon.