As one of the oldest resorts in Ontario, Severn Lodge preserves a classic atmosphere where family fun and lake excitement reign supreme! While historic charm and character make you feel at home, professional service and renovations keep your vacation full of modern comfort.
At Averill's Flathead Lake Lodge, you'll be transported to a simpler time. Enjoy the historic and rustic lodges that will provide you shelter for the duration of your stay. Enjoy horseback riding and hiking through nature. Forget cell phones and technology and truly enjoy your time in Montana!
Averill's Flathead Lake Lodge
The High Desert Museum is less than 30 minutes from DiamondStone. One of the finest museums in the Northwest, they teach Native American and Oregon Trail history, and also have wild animal exhibits with mammals and birds of prey. It is so large that you can't see it all in a day, so they give you a two-day pass. There's a nice restaurant too!
DiamondStone Guest Lodges
Walk along the sandy shore and admire the timeless beauty of Maine's historic lighthouses or set off on a scenic and historic tour of Phippsburg. This old Maine town, incorporated in 1814, is one of the nation's most historically significant and scenically beautiful coastal areas. Seaside fishing settlements, beautiful beaches, and countryside communities highlight the 10 villages in the town's perimeter.
Sebasco Harbor Resort
The Pemaquid peninsula is crowned by the Pemaquid Lighthouse, one of the most beautiful lighthouses on the coast. Climb to the top of the tower and learn about maritime history from one of the friendly volunteers. Explore the remains of Fort William Henry and soak in the spectacular scenery.
Cod Cove Inn
In the early 1800s, riverboat captains rounding the bend on the Mississippi River near Galena would gaze toward “Signal Point,” the present site of the Goldmoor Inn, to find a fire signaling them to stop for firewood and fuel. Eventually a large country home was built on site and later Goldmoor Inn was established.
Crystal Mountain Resort and the surrounding area have a rich history. Learn all about it by asking the friendly staff or picking up a book at a local book store. Learn about the people that used to visit the area and how the resort has evolved since its inception.
Crystal Mountain Resort
Stay at Tan-Tar-A Resort, and explore the fascinating history of the surrounding area. One of the major areas to see is the Wilmore Lodge and Bagdell Dam History Museum. The Dam was built in the 1920s and was the largest and last privately financed Dam built in the United States. Come and see what 30 million dollars can build you!
Situated on ancient Native American grounds, WildSpring Guest Habitat is full of rich history. Ask the staff or head to a local bookstore to learn more about the local area and the history of the location. Spend the day learning about the Oregon area and it's origin, you'll have fun while learning on your next vacation!
WildSpring Guest Habitat
The Rocky Mountains are a picturesque backdrop that have been around since the beginning. When you're at Aspen Winds, take time away from electronics and get back to a simpler time and enjoy your surroundings. Head to Rocky Mountain National Park and learn all about the picturesque area of Colorado.Book your next vacation today.
Zion National Park was designated as a National Monument in 1909. It was then upgraded to a National Park in 1919. Come learn the story of how the area became the treasured location it is today! Also make sure to see the Anasazi pottery that can be found at Zion Mountain Ranch! Book your next vacation today.
Zion Mountain Ranch
Colorado Trails was built to be a dude ranch from its very beginning in 1960! The original property consisted only of a tiny barn and the Coney Cove dance hall anteroom, constructed around 1912. Come and learn the whole story as you relax at Colorado Trails Ranch, an authentic dude ranch experience!
Colorado Trails Ranch
The resort was founded in 1963 by Norwegian immigrants Hildur and Sverre Kjevik who unexpectedly fell in love with Black Rock Resort's location. They said the serenity and beauty of the property reminded them of their Norweigian riverside farm. Civilization on the island dates back to 10,000 BC, and was originally named "Cave of the Spirit."
Black Rock Resort
Lakeview has been owned and operated by the Drake family since 1946. For a great step back in time, book one of the two original cottages still remaining, Sparrows Nest or Robins Nest. You'll find some the original knotty pine and the interiors are detailed in a wilderness theme to make you feel like you're staying right outside. Some units are even adorned with log furnishings to enhance your experience of getting away from your everyday routine.
Lakeview Resort - Lake of the Ozarks
One of the most famous attractions of Key West is the historical district centered around Duval Street. And when you stay with Rent Key West Vacations, there are several properties that will put you right in the middle of the action. These accommodations are perfect for any history buff looking to learn about the history of the area!
Rent Key West Vacations
Gun Lake has been a vacation destination since the 1800s, and Bay Pointe Inn Lakefront Resort has been a part of that history since 1906. Originally built as a family summer home, it retains its historic charm to this day. Come discover the rich history of this magical Michigan destination today!
Bay Pointe Inn Lakefront Resort
In the heart of Olympic Village in Lake Placid, The Golden Arrow Lakeside Resort is full of history. Take time out of your vacation and visit the sites that former Olympians competed in. Hit famous Whiteface Mountain and have a gold medal experience or visit famous Lake Placid.
Golden Arrow Lakeside Resort
With Blue Mountain peaks towering above and Blue Mountain Lake sparkling below, the Adirondack Museum's vast campus features 22 displays in modern exhibition galleries and historic buildings. Learn about the history of the Lake George area and the lumbering industry that ties in so closely to the area.
Capri Village Resort
Head to Garland Lodge and Golf Resort and learn all about the history of the lodge and the surrounding area. Visit the famous Great Lakes, including the famous Lake Michigan, and learn all about the area. Ask the friendly staff to fill you in on the history of the lodge. Learn something during your next vacation.
Garland Lodge and Golf Resort
The Villa Roma has been around for a long time. When you stay here, learn about its humble beginnings as a small hotel-style bed and breakfast and learn how its grown to its current revitalized splendor. Pick up a book on the history of the area. The resort is located just ten minutes from the Original Site of Woodstock – Bethel Wood! You'll be happy you learned a thing or two during your vacation.
Villa Roma Resort and Conference Center
Located in the most German town in the entire nation, Deutsche Strasse dates back to 1884. St. Mary’s Catholic Church purchased the property in 1939. Mrs. Beecher moved to Minneapolis to live with the family of her third son, James. This home overlooks the Minnesota River Valley and is an 11-minute walk from Riverside Park.
Deutsche Strasse Bed & Breakfast
Since 1898, Ruttger's Bay Lake Lodge has been a family owned and operated resort. They've even published a book about their history! So when you stay, make sure to learn about the fascinating twists and turn's of the Lodge's story. Each successive generation has left it's mark and you can come and be a part of the rich history around every turn at Rutther's Bay Lake Lodge.
Ruttger's Bay Lake Lodge
Dating back to the early 1900s when the resort's then-owner first started charging tourists to camp and picnic at the property, Watson's Harverene is full of history that make it what it is today. The Watson Homestead was nearly wiped out in 1928 thanks to the raising of Lake Chelan, and you can hear about this and other historical events during your stay. Take in a sense of history during your next lake retreat!
Watson's Harverene Resort
When you stay at The Dunes on the Waterfront, you'll discover three generations of history that dates back to 1935, when the resort began with 12 acres of riverfront pastureland. Their very first guests were welcomed the following year, and ever since The Dunes has continued to bring life into the property, adding cottages throughout the 40s. Here, you will be able to enjoy a quiet coastal getaway that offers a rich history waiting to be explored!
The Dunes on the Waterfront