Life on the Road: Vol. 3

We are excited to bring you another installment of our Life on the Road series, where we provide insights into fun activities and destinations in the cities of some of our upcoming projects! 

For Volume 3, we’ll take you to places as far south as Florida and go across the country to the West Coast!

We aim to inspire employees to make the most of their traveling experience. After all, it’s the best part of getting to travel with work! We hope these suggestions help you maximize your time on the road.

Here are 5 upcoming project locations packed with fun and exciting things to do and see while you’re there:


This central Florida city, known as “horse country,” offers visitors beautiful community pathways lined with oak trees, dangling Spanish moss and the opportunity to explore miles of The Great Outdoors.

Notable nature attractions include:

The Ocala National Forest is the second largest nationally protected forest in the state. It covers 607 square miles and has over a dozen campsites for those who love to be one with nature.

Considered Florida’s “first attraction,” this 5,000-acre park is known for its artesian springs that connect to the Silver River. It is the largest artesian spring in the world and features glass-bottom boat tours you can take on the river.

The most significant natural feature of this is the first-magnitude headspring basin, which produces up to 600,000,000 gallons of water daily, forming the Rainbow River. The river supports various fish, wildlife, and plants, all easily viewed by park visitors.

If city living is more your cup of tea, downtown Ocala is the place for you. The downtown area has restaurants of all cuisines, art galleries, museums, and plenty of shopping opportunities. Make sure you experience this thriving city during your stay!


Located just northwest of Atlanta, Marietta is best known for its quaint shops, beautiful parks, and memorable theatres and museums. There is plenty to offer in this charming Georgia town.

This is the perfect destination for film buffs. The theatre opened its doors in 1935 and plays a mix of old, classic movies and live Broadway performances.

Are you interested in the paranormal and the otherworldly? Then this is the attraction for you! Ghosts of Marietta gives Haunted Ghost Tours down the historic streets of Marietta as a guide tells stories based on documented sightings, first-hand experiences, and the town’s history.

Featured on Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives,” this neon diner offers some of the best food in the area and is open 24 hours a day. Come on and try their Classic Beef Stroganoff, one of the diner’s most popular dishes.


Known as “The City in the Country,” Poway sits north of San Diego and hosts beautiful scenery and plenty of outdoor happenings. You’ll want to cherish your time in this lovely SOCA city.

Just 15 miles down the road from Poway sits one of the more scenic beaches on the entire West Coast. This gorgeous stretch of sandy beach offers a great place to relax, walk, or soak up the sun.

Known for its tranquil walkways along tree lines and peaceful ambiance, this park is an excellent place to unwind. Situated in the heart of Poway, The Old Poway Park is one of the area’s most accessible green open spaces, and many of the city’s best attractions are nearby.

Sitting comfortably in the hills of Poway, this recreation area not only serves as the water supply for locals but provides visitors with a plethora of outdoor activities, including boating, fishing, and access to multiple hiking trails.


There is no shortage of attractions and places of interest in New Mexico’s largest city. The city is rich with historic landmarks and boasts a diverse restaurant scene that makes you want more.

Sitting in the Old Town of Albuquerque, this spot is considered a gem by the local community and one place you’ll want to dine. The menu features fresh seafood, charcoal-grilled steaks, fowl, lamb, veal, and nightly specials to round out the menu. 

Come and experience the rich history and art the area has to offer in all its glory. The museum is open 9 AM-5 PM, Tuesday through Sunday, and holds over 10,000 works of art, 35,000 historical objects, and endless photos showcasing the city’s past.

Whether you’re a fan of wildlife and aquatic creatures or love the wonders Mother Nature offers us, you’ll find plenty worth sightseeing at the ABQ BioPark. It hosts a zoo, aquarium, and vast botanical garden, all in one setting.


Outside Baraboo’s nostalgic downtown lies a vast, peaceful countryside, exuberant farmlands, and the winding Baraboo River, creating a trifecta of outdoor beauty. There is plenty to see and do both inside and outside the city limits.

Once known as the headquarters of the Ringling Brothers Circus, Circus World Museum devotes itself to circus-related history while still hosting live circus acts! This unique attraction is one you won’t want to miss!

This Wisconsin state park offers unrivaled views of the area’s lush wild terrain while overlooking the park’s 360-acre lake. Visitors can access lakeside picnic areas, swimming beaches, and 30 miles of hiking trails.

This local burger joint is the prime spot for Badger and Packers football fans. The popular dining spot is located in the heart of downtown Baraboo and offers friendly service and only the highest quality foods.

To all of our fantastic field employees that travel the country working on projects, we encourage you to take pictures of your road travels and send them to!

We would love to share your experiences on the road with the rest of the ProVantage Company!

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