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Visiting Dry Tortugas National Park is an experience that is unique, amazing, and educational. This adventure is more than just a simple day at the park. It’s like being in another world. Out here, it is so remote there are no communications. It’s the perfect digital detox experience! It’s an excursion full of exploration and discovery of natural and historical marvels that are like no other in the world. We couldn’t resist… Read More

Badlands National Park is the largest protected mixed grass prairie in the United States. I never would have thought prairie lands could be so amazingly beautiful. You see, I grew up in North Dakota and never made a trip south to visit the Badlands. I finally made my way on an epic road trip to Badlands National Park.

Diversity and deceptive scenes is what you can expect while exploring the magnificent vistas and trails of Bryce Canyon National Park. The landscape is always changing. It is described as ‘Poetry in Stone’ according to the information brochure that illustrates and explains the history behind this strange and spectacular countryside. You will see all this in my guide to exploring Bryce Canyon National Park in a nutshell. Road Trip To Utah We… Read More

As I sit here preparing to write about my incredible hiking experience to Half Dome, my mind is drawing a blank. I think I am still going through a hiking hangover. Yosemite National Park is so amazing I don’t even know where to begin. The pure magnificence of this place is astounding and anyone who has visited will know it can leave you speechless. So, I will do the best I can… Read More

National Parks offer some of the most beautiful and stunning settings for exploring, trekking, and enjoyment for anyone to experience. I have always been intrigued by our nation’s national parks and curious about what they are all about. In 2017, we set a goal to explore all national parks in the U.S. We started our journey by visiting Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park. It was an amazing adventure road trip…. Read More

**Brand New Blog Post! Adventuring In Utah! Stunning landscapes, redrock formations, the wrinkle in the earth, and serene waterfalls!

Zabriskie Point Death Valley

*All New* Come get lost in Death Valley NP, hottest place on earth!

Pinnacles National Park is known as the People’s Park and it is the final park we visited on our three-day weekend excursion to central California. We are excited to finally explore Pinnacles National Park! The previous two days were filled with impressive historical sequoia trees, beautiful landscapes, and stunning sunsets! For every new national park we visit, we have a new found appreciation and desire to explore more parks, landmarks, and nature…. Read More

Visiting America’s second oldest national park at Sequoia located near central California, is truly a treat. And although it can take hours to get there, it’s so easy to become more inspired with every visit to a national park. We decided to make it an adventure as we mapped our way out to explore Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Getting There Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are located directly next… Read More

Covid19 Update: The park is now open for all recreational opportunities. Camping is available on a limited basis, visit the national park website for current information. The geological characteristics of Capitol Reef National Park are no doubt just as intrigueing as they are beautiful. These incredible rock formations of all shapes and sizes were formed over millions of years as a result of water, erosion, weather, and other natural activities of the… Read More