Dana H. Freeman

Dana H. Freeman

Member Since: Nov 2016

Dana is originally from New York City but has been calling Vermont home for the last 16 years. She is an entrepreneur, freelance journalist, and the editor behind Dana Freeman Travels. Through her writing, she provides destination information, reviews, and travel tips. Dana is a travel enthusiast specializing in cruise, adventure, food, luxury, and multi-generational travel.

Freeman has appeared on Huffington Post Live, VPR, WCAX and various travel podcasts. She contributes to the Forbes Travel Guide, Homeaway, Eagle Creek and Trip Advisor.


Dana is the Founder of FindandGoSeek.net -- a hyperlocal destination for families to discover what to see and do in their community. For the last five years, she has penned a weekly column for her local newspaper, the Burlington Free Press, and she curates a regular morning show piece for Star 92.9 FM radio station.


* Brand Ambassador for Ski Vermont's Family Ski & Ride Guide – The All Mountain Mamas • Zipkick Trusted Traveler • Brand Ambassador for the M.A.X. Pass.

Professional Travel Writing Organizations

* International Food Wine Travel Writers Association (IFWTWA) Member * Professional Travel Bloggers Association (PTBA) Member * International Travel Writers Association (ITWA) Member 

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Published Articles (8)

Growing Up in Stratton Mountain’s Ski Resort

From ice skating to various accommodations to world-class skiing, snowboarding and more, this Vermont skiing resort is a winter destination families keep coming

Why You Should Visit St. Simons Island, GA

St. Simons Island is the largest of the four barrier islands that make up the Golden Isles. Located on the southern tip of Georgia’s coast, the island’s shoreline is dotted with historic landmarks, museums, galleries, and hotels. With miles of…

The 5 Best Hidden Gems in Vermont

Some people might argue that Vermont is off the beaten path. This small state shares its northernmost boarder with Canada, and its largest city, Burlington, has a population of only 42,000 people. Vermont is well known for being the birthplace…
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Where to Eat in the Outer Banks Now

The Outer Banks of North Carolina might not be known as a culinary destination yet but it should be. The OBX, as it is known by the locals, is more than just beaches with roadside seafood shacks. It is a…

The Truth about Sailing on a Windjammer Cruise

I enjoy cruising on small luxury ships. They are intimate, have unique itineraries and often go where bigger boats cannot dock. While windjammer cruises are somewhat similar to these types of trips, I knew that this kind of voyage would…

What to Expect on an Airboat Ride

If you have never been on an Airboat Ride before you are in for an aquatic adventure. I recently went out for the first time in Vero Beach with Florida Cracker Airboat Rides. This family run business is headed up…

Some Like it Hot: Eating in Nashville

When someone mentions Nashville, the first thing that usually comes to mind is Country Music. While it is true that Nashville is known as Music City, it’s burgeoning food scene firmly cements it on the map as one of the…

Escape to the Inn by The Sea

Just 15 minutes south of Portland, Maine you will find the Inn by the Sea. This elegant coastal property offers it’s guests exceptional service and amenities. From the moment visitors arrive they are met with a staff that is eager…