Midwestern United States


Filled with fields of grain, the Great Plains of the Midwest are known as America's Breadbasket, but a rental car from Enterprise shows you everything else the region has to offer. Travel to vibrant urban areas in Missouri and Wisconsin or crystal-clear rivers in the Ozarks. In Indiana, explore legendary haunted sites or drive in search of the perfect piece of pie. In Wisconsin, sample traditional fish fries or test-taste cheese curds and kringles — the official state pastry. On a getaway to Indiana’s Amish Country, you’ll find gifted woodworkers still craft beautiful furniture. Enterprise Rent-A-Car is ready when you are!

Searching for the Best Pies in Indiana

A pie lover eats her way through the Hoosier state.

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5 Indie Bookstores Worth a Trip

These literary spots offers a unique experience in addition to a good read.
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5 Art Galleries Outside the Mainstream

These art galleries seem to fly under the radar but are definitely worth the trip.
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Nostalgic Route 66 Road Trip: St. Louis to Chicago

A weekend road trip through Illinois farmland leads to classic diners, drive-ins and big city splendor.
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Nostalgic Route 66 Road Trip: Albuquerque to St. Louis

Choosing the “old road” opens up a world of appealing characters and beauty along the “Main Street of America.”
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Genealogy Travel: The Drive for Knowledge

Curiosity and a rental car are all that’s needed to gain a sense of self.
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Haunted Indiana

A back-roads investigation of the Hoosier state’s spooky side.
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A Trip to the Arch and Beyond

A St. Louis native shares her list of must-see spots in her hometown.
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Why I Love Wisconsin

A hometown girl from Madison tells you why you should visit the Badger State.
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Day Trips from Madison, Wisconsin

There’s plenty to see and do in Madison, but if you have an extra day or two you might want to explore the surrounding area by car.
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Top 5 Ozark Rivers to Float

After 50 years of enjoying the water, our author reveals his favorite river journeys.
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Echo Bluff is Gateway to Ozark Adventures

Missouri’s newest state park has a lodge that makes a great base for exploring.
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Find Family Fun in St. Louis

Whether your kids are animal lovers, science fans or adventurers, the city has many options to explore.
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5 Midsize Cities With Thriving Art Scenes

Bigger cities such as New York or Los Angeles are well-known for their galleries, but here are five that might surprise you.
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Food Road Trips from Madison, Wisconsin

A road trip through the Badger State reveals culinary gems for everyday folks.
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Mushroom Hunting in Indiana

Adventurous activity reminds author of childhood spent in Russia.
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Edible Bugs: From Grub to Gourmet

Travel in Ohio to explore the fascinating relationship between edible bugs, gourmet food and future sustainability.
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Searching for the Best Pies in Indiana

A pie lover eats her way through the Hoosier state.
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Floating with Friends on Ozark Rivers

For almost half a century, a group of high school buddies have bonded on the water.
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A Beginner’s Guide to Mudslinging

Pottery lessons are a fun way to relax and get creative on the Gulf Coast.
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Amish Woodworkers Build Lasting Furniture — and Community

Northern Indiana is home to a host of businesses that produce coveted handmade products.
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Corktown Area of Detroit Rejuvenates

Rise of food and culture scene fills void left by loss of stadium.
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Great Places to Run in the U.S.

A former college athlete shares some memorable trails.
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From T-Ravs to Ted Drewes, St. Louis Is a Tasty Town

When visiting, be sure to finish a meal with a piece of gooey butter cake.
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