Find out why I spent a mere 15 minutes in America’s largest national park.
Glaciers, alligators, grizzly bears, exhausting hikes, and amazing scenery are some of my favorite memories from 10 national parks.
The 20 largest national parks in the USA include the hottest, coldest, highest and wildest landscapes in the country.
In the Rockies, driving above 12,000 feet means fierce winds, snowball fights, and meeping marmots.
With a short flightseeing plane ride, you can be transported to the surface of a glacier in Denali National Park.
Missing lakes, fresh bear scat and educational videos were part of the Denali National Park backcountry camping experience.
Inside Denali National Park we were lucky enough to see bears, caribou, moose, sheep, marmots and more.
Hidden in Redwood National Park is a former World War II radar station disguised as a farm.
I’m just going to say it: The rangers at Rocky Mountain National Park are liars.
Wild vultures have a habit of chewing on windshield wipers and other rubber car parts in the Everglades.
The wildlife of the Grand Canyon includes bighorn sheep, endangered California condors, scorpions and black bears.
You can hike down into the Grand Canyon, if you’re prepared for brutally hot temperatures en route to awesome scenery.
Interesting facts and trivia about Grand Canyon National Park.
I’ve seen Mt. Rainier twice and was awestruck both times.
If you’re heading to South Florida, here’s some insight on where to see alligators in the Everglades.
Carlsbad Caverns is one of the quirkiest of the U.S. national parks.