Road Culture
September 15, 2019

Follow the yellow brick road to Land of Oz, North Carolina’s strangest, once-abandoned theme park

The Wizard of Oz-themed park, located on Beech Mountain, is now open several times a year for Autumn at Oz and Journey with Dorothy

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Looking for Anne of Green Gables among the rolling hills and red sand beaches of Prince Edward Island

Looking for Anne of Green Gables among the rolling hills and red sand beaches of Prince Edward Island

The idyllic Canadian island, famous for its potatoes and lobster, still inspires fans of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s 1908 novel

Inspired by Bob Ross, Michigan state parks are being repopulated with thousands of Happy Little Trees

Inspired by Bob Ross, Michigan state parks are being repopulated with thousands of Happy Little Trees

The state has partnered with the artist's estate to rename its prison grow program after one of his famous catchphrases

Burn, baby, burn: Meet the families who are raising Burning Man’s next generation of burners

Burn, baby, burn: Meet the families who are raising Burning Man’s next generation of burners

Through child-centric programs like the Kidsville camp and Black Rock Explorers, kids learn how to survive and thrive in the desert

Arcosanti, a utopian prototype for sustainable living, is approaching its 50th year in the Arizona desert

Arcosanti, a utopian prototype for sustainable living, is approaching its 50th year in the Arizona desert

Even after a #MeToo reckoning, the experimental community remains a popular road trip destination

Overlanding for a cause: The Clean Cruiser Project proves off-roading doesn’t have to leave a massive carbon footprint

Overlanding for a cause: The Clean Cruiser Project proves off-roading doesn’t have to leave a massive carbon footprint

The duo is spending six weeks on (and off) the road, running biodiesel and planting trees along the way

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