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Hiking Shenandoah National Park with Kids

Shenandoah National Park: its vast beauty beckons visitors from all across the world. This national park in Virginia is only a short 70-mile drive from Washington D.C. However, once a family drives up Skyline Drive and hits the trail, it feels like it could be hours from any city. It’s possible for families to hike...

Swim with the Los Islotes Sea Lions in La Paz, Mexico

Have you ever wanted to swim with sea lions? Believe it or not, there is a special place where you can swim with these playful and curious creatures. The Los Islotes sea lions live in the Espiritu Santo Biosphere Reserve near La Paz, Mexico. In the waters surrounding these rocky islets, young sea lions often...

Camping Made Comfy at Mendocino Grove

With school back in session, you may have found yourself wishing you’d gotten in one more getaway before jumping into the grind of schedules and homework. Does heading to Northern California for a Mendocino camping trip sound tempting? How about one where you don’t have to pitch a tent or collect the firewood? Mendocino Grove...

Yellowstone Camping: A Comprehensive Guide

Bison wander through your campsite. Stars shine above your tent. The sound of waterfalls lulls you to sleep. What better way to experience the world’s first national park than camping with your family.  Yellowstone camping is a magical experience, but it does require planning. This comprehensive guide will help you and your family prepare for...

How to Score a Campground at Popular National Parks

...it’s important to get the information you need in order to make reservations for the more crowded National Parks. Many of them have campsites that fill quickly with reservations on the first day they are opened. Here’s the information you need in order to plan for your summer and get the reservations you desire.

Best Things to do in Great Basin National Park with kids

Accessed via Hwy 50, dubbed the “Loneliest Road in America” by Life magazine, Great Basin National Park is truly out in the middle of nowhere. Passing cars are few and far between and 80-mile gaps between service stations are filled with nothing but a desolate, wild landscape. The reward for enduring our nation’s loneliest road...

California National Parks Road Trip: Exploring California’s Mountain National Parks

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...
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