a digital magazine designed to inspire and enable more purposeful travel experiences.
Pursuits is the way at Enterprise communicate our values on travel. At the very heart of it, a pursuit is deliberate and active. It's the intangible that drives us to seek more. It forces us to think deeper. It compels us to take time over the details. A pursuit can be of heart, of the mind or lived out at the side of a road. At Enterprise, we're here to help inspire and enable your pursuits, wherever they may lead.
Decades of shared knowledge and a passion for community … That’s the recipe these three cooks are using to keep the barbecue craft alive at McMillan’s Bar-B-Q in Fannin, Texas.Take me there
When the journey is the destination.
New Brunswick’s coastal communities live with the pulse of the ocean, which provides an unforgettable experience.
Maine’s inlets, bays and islands hold countless wonders and mysteries.
From camping to biking to hiking, there's plenty to do on Cumberland Island. Check out our favorite activities.
The only national park in the Northeast has stunning fall scenery and unique carriage roads.
The food scene in Kentucky's largest city is driven by bountiful bourbon, local chefs and Southern cuisine.
The All-American road traverses slickrock and features a petrified forest, a beautiful waterfall and gourmet dining.
These spots satisfy your cravings before and after your stay on Cumberland Island.
Bigger cities such as New York or Los Angeles are well-known for their galleries, but here are five that might surprise you.
Rise of food and culture scene fills void left by loss of stadium.
The Boardwalk draws crowds to the beach, but visitors also enjoy other entertainment.
Small town mixes creative culture — vegan cafes, art galleries, funky coffee shops — with traditional honky-tonk bars.
The quaint town offers a bounty of seafood, a scenic shoreline and even a house made of paper.
The Sea Islands of South Carolina offer exciting coastal cuisine, including Gullah soul food.
Beaufort, Seabrook and Ravenel make great stops on the way to Charleston.
Historic city offers charm and a wonderful crab rice dish.
About 200,000 people visit annually, but the buildings have no residents.
Solitude and stunning vistas prevail in one of America’s least visited parks.
Ghost town’s heartbreak creates colorful characters.
Looking for a place to visit in Tennessee beyond Nashville? Check out Cookeville and see how a couple takes advantage of "second legs" on their journeys.
Utah's national parks are beautiful during the day and turn to a whole new magnificent spectacle at night. Explore these photographs and see for yourself.
Outdoor activities include kayaking and zip lining.
Forward-thinking farmers and artists create a hidden gem.
Peaceful drive includes historical hotel and resplendent mansion.
Small town Fredericksburg is in the center of the famous Texas Hill Country.
Hikers are rewarded with breathtaking views.
Thanksgiving dinner goes gourmet in Toronto restaurants.
Get a taste of the 1800s at Toronto’s Black Creek Historic Brewery.
Uncover the history of Canadian Thanksgiving.
For a fresh take on the American state, take time to reconnoiter the roads leading out of town, where Venetian waterways and tranquil retreats await.
With so many routes in the United States scarred with motels, billboards and more, this stretch from Virginia to the Great Smoky Mountains is like a trip back in time.
If you ever wondered why Louis Armstrong once sang about the world being wonderful, these 15 incredible places serve as a handy reminder.
Being one of the most photographed features in the entirety of Arizona may sound like a burden, but it is one Cathedral Rock carries with the utmost gravity.
For little escapes beyond the Big Apple, look no further than these five excursions that break free from the city that never sleeps.
Leave Los Angeles and make your California dreams come true.
Take a trip beyond the Big Easy and learn that the waters of Southern hospitality, charm and culture really do run as deep as the Mississippi River.
Explore what the Sunshine State has to offer the whole family.
Whether seeking shelter from the winds or simply solace from the hustle and bustle, an adventure to these Illinois destinations is worthwhile.
Head out of town to see sights so unique and hip that you’ve probably never even heard of them.
San Francisco's got a lot going for it. Now get a load of what lies beyond the Golden Gate.
In all of the weird and wonderful stories that surround the Windy City, there's none quite as quirky as that of the famous Billy Goat Tavern.
Among the endless orange groves that lie to the west of Orlando this exquisite attraction awaits, ready to give you respite from the rest of the world.
McWay Falls is an 80-foot waterfall, located in Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, that flows year-round.
The Grand Teton National Park has seen plenty of change through the years, but some things have remained constant.
The Hidden Garden Steps are an unexpected treat that will delight and surprise passers-by who stumble down San Francisco's 16th Avenue.
Privately run as a tourist resort until it was purchased by New York State in 1906, the spellbinding Watkins Glen State Park can be reached with a short drive.
It isn't often you come across a spiral staircase in the middle of a nature park, so when you do, its only natural to wonder about how it got there.
There is simply no good argument that could be made that would dismiss the might and majesty of Denali as "just another mountain."
As one of the most famous photo spots of the American Southwest, Antelope Canyon has a reputation that precedes it.
If you find yourself in New York in the autumn with a day to spare, consider this a scenic drive north.
Designated an All-American Road, State Route 1 runs almost the full length of Californian Pacific Coast and offers jaw-dropping scenery.
Pop Bing on the radio and head out to any of these 10 beautiful locations to ensure a truly snowy festive season.
Exploring the subjects and experiences that fuel the desire to travel.
Chocolate has been building to its coffee moment.
Utah's first national park spawns creativity in visitors.
Social media is spreading news of new dining options and accommodating restaurants.
One hat typifies the connections made through buying and selling old items.
West Texas' dry climate and sparse population create ideal conditions.
Amid economic turmoil, entrepreneurs breathe new life into communities.
From outdoor activities, to sustainable farming and top-notch seafood restaurants, the Seattle area offers visitors a unique flavor of the Northwest.
Pizza lovers flock to farm in Arkville, New York.
Art, music and restaurant scene offers weekend fun.
Travel in Ohio to explore the fascinating relationship between edible bugs, gourmet food and future sustainability.
Globe hunting at flea markets is just part of the travel adventure.
Head back to nature and visit Growing Heart Farm in Pawling, New York, to investigate the growing trend of the farmhand vacation.
Ahh love. It's beautiful, weird and sometimes a little messy. Thankfully, here are six besotted monuments that take all that soppy stuff very literally.
Once a year, Austin becomes the focus for all things cool and cutting edge when it plays host to SXSW. But there's a heck of a lot more in Texas.
Have a hankering for a road trip with a literary bent? Here are a few spectacular locations that have inspired some of history�s finest writers.
From "Blade Runner" to "Close Encounters of the Third Kind," join us on a journey through space and time to see the ultimate cult sci-fi locations.
Here's a list of the 12 best places to escape the city, grab that old tent and indulge in some tranquil star spotting.
Here are eight iconic locations from some of the most memorable, much-loved and highly acclaimed American movies of the past 50 years.
So you've done MoMA and the Smithsonian museums in New York and Washington D.C. Now, it's time to take to the road and see these weird and wonderful museums scattered across the states.
Here are 10 key locations you'll need to visit on the ultimate country and western road trip.
The road traverses 1,400 miles of country between New Orleans, Louisiana, and Wyoming, Minnesota.
We're letting off some steam and exploring the wonderful world of modern tea houses that are sticking a pinky finger up to tradition.
Food and drink are an important part of the American South, but it's not somewhere you go to eat light.
Intimate accounts of people and their unique bond with travel.
An apparel designer and architectural artist learn to appreciate their home by spending time away.
A self-taught biologist campaigns to preserve wilderness on Georgia's largest barrier island.
Six family members immerse themselves in nature and attempt to bond.
Trek through the Southwest results in coveted Stetson.
Wanderlust leads couple to start a travel blog and a run motel.
Think Vegas, think shotgun wedding? Think again. Belinda Jones drives the desert from Los Angeles to Las Vegas to say those two little words.
In the summer of 2014, we sent two best friends on a road trip of a lifetime across the United States. But was America ready?
In the summer of 2014, we sent two best friends on a road trip of a lifetime across the United States. This is part two of their journey.
Hang those run of the mill resolutions. Here's the hot list of tantalizing alternatives you won't be giving up on so easily in 2015.