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Knoxville, Tennessee | HighwayPal.com

Knoxville, Tennessee

June 16, 2014 • I-40 Destinations, I-75 DestinationsComments Off on Knoxville, Tennessee

The city of Knoxville is growing in popularity with each passing season. In addition to a year round moderate climate, the city is located within 90 minutes of six National Parks, including the Great Smokey Mountain National Park, and is home to one of the finest universities in the world, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. …

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Six Covered Bridges Anchor Cottage Grove, Oregon as a Travel Destination

June 9, 2014 • I-5 Destinations, Interstate 75Comments (0)

A new campaign, Bridges and Beyond, invites tourists to make the historic town of Cottage Grove, Oregon their overnight travel destination as the hub for visiting the many attractions within just a few miles of the city’s center. Six Covered Bridges, 21

There’s a lot to Celebrate in the Central California Seaside Village of Morro Bay

May 31, 2014 • I-5 Destinations, Interstate 75Comments (0)

There’s a lot to celebrate in the seaside village of Morro Bay. This picture-perfect location is always the ideal place for kayaking, biking, fishing, beachcombing and just plain relaxing. Located along scenic Highway 1 midway between San Francisco and

Rapid City, South Dakota | I-90 Exit Guide

Rapid City, South Dakota

February 28, 2014 • I-90 DestinationsComments Off on Rapid City, South Dakota

Rapid City lies west of the Missouri River at the heart of a landscape of prairies, pine forests, and desolate, rocky outcroppings. South Dakota’s second-largest city is a great place from which to explore the well-known Black Hills. Founded only two

Wilmington, North Carolina | Photo: Jason W. Smith

Wilmington, North Carolina

February 25, 2014 • I-40 DestinationsComments Off on Wilmington, North Carolina

Just minutes from the beaches, Wilmington’s picturesque riverfront emerges from the Cape Fear River. Gracing its banks is one of the state’s largest historic districts, numbering approximately 230 blocks. Downtown Wilmington is a place where