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Day/Weekend Trip Idea: Charlotte

I grew up in Charlotte, and I seem to find myself there at least once a month to visit family and friends. There is SO much to see and do that you could literally stay a month and not run out of ideas! Most of our Day Trip Blogs map out what your family might do over the course of a morning and afternoon in a nearby city. But since I have way too many ideas for you to accomplish in one day, I thought a list format might be best.
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4 Things To Do at Grandfather Mountain for All Ages & Interests

Only a two-hour drive from Charlotte, Grandfather Mountain offers visitors the chance to get close to nature and escape the Charlotte summer heat. Average mountain temps in July in August hover around 68 degrees. Towering 5,946 feet above sea level and over a mile high, the nonprofit nature park (not...
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Know Before You Go

The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum is an accessible and affordable family destination located in the heart of Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood. Read through the details below to help you plan your visit, or jump to a specific section. Jump To: Hours | Admission | What to Expect |Amenities | Accessibility.
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ADK Resumes Free Naturalist Series at Heart Lake

Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) is resuming its summer naturalist programming at Heart Lake. Visitors are welcome to explore the natural world of the Adirondacks through hands-on activities by attending one or all of the following Naturalist led interpretive programs, which will begin today, June 28, and run through August. All programs are free and open to the public.
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