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With less commercialized attractions, families have the ability to fill their time on the island exploring untouched ecosystems, roaming the coasts, touring historic towns or villages, and spending quality time with loved ones, creating memories to cherish forever.
Enjoy a great road trip? Love our nation’s National Parks? Well then we have an itinerary for you! Much of California’s eastern spine is dominated by some of the most incredible mountain scenery that our country has to offer. The Sierra Nevada range is home to Sequoia, Kings Canyon, and Yosemite National Parks, while Lassen […]
Today’s spotlight is on the National Parks Junior Ranger Program. Children ages 5-12 can pick up a Junior Ranger booklet at each participating National Park installation (there are over 200 participants), complete the assigned activities, share their answers with a park ranger, and earn a Junior Ranger badge. Most programs require Junior Rangers to attend […]
I wasn’t sure the National Park Service was going to get this one right. While the rolling agricultural landscape of southeastern Monterey County was quite pretty, it didn’t have enough “wow factor” to place it on the high pedestal where our National Parks reside. Even as we approached the official Pinnacles National Park sign, I […]
There seems to be a never ending list of family friendly activities in our nation’s National Parks. Hiking, auto touring, and wildilfe viewing are among the most popular. However, some parks offer some incredible and unique opportunities for adventure. Here are 15 exciting ways to experience the National Parks with your family
Visiting Glacier National Park with kids both now and then was just as unforgettable: incomparable mountain scenery, bountiful wildlife creatures, overwhelming peace and solitude.
Most kids learn about the historic Pony Express in school and many travelers have heard mention of the “Loneliest Road in America,” but chances are good that your family has never driven the portion of Highway 50 through Nevada.
The search for wildlife and winding trails created a desire for searching for more of the awe-inspiring wonder created on this earth.