The Secrets of the Cosmos at Chaco Culture National Historic Park

If New Mexico is the “Land of Enchantment,” then Chaco Culture National Historic Park is indeed magical. These ruins reveal the stories behind an ancient civilization, giving us a glimpse into how the Chacoans lived and thrived in the high New Mexican desert. Even better, the park offers ranger-led astronomy programs and is one of … Continue reading The Secrets of the Cosmos at Chaco Culture National Historic Park

8 Amazing National Parks for Families

Looking for an affordable, fun, and family-friendly vacation? Visit a national park! We’ve rounded up a list of national parks with kid-friendly hiking, fun activities, and enough adventure for the entire family. Here’s our pick for some of the best national parks for families. Acadia National Park Maine’s Acadia National Park offers several easy hikes … Continue reading 8 Amazing National Parks for Families

6 Perfect National Park Dates for Valentine’s Day

Looking for the perfect date for Valentine’s Day? Plan an excursion to your nearest national park. Offering up a one-of-a-kind experience before a stunning backdrop, it’s an ideal venue for a romantic date for two. From spa treatments to stargazing, read on to learn more about the national parks that will help you have the … Continue reading 6 Perfect National Park Dates for Valentine’s Day

5 Insider Tips to Visiting Yellowstone in the Winter

Have you been to Yellowstone National Park in the summertime? If so, you know it’s a popular place to be. Summertime in Yellowstone means good weather, longer days, and pleasant temperatures. On the flip side, it also means crowded campgrounds, congested roadways, and lots of people. In contrast, the winter months in Yellowstone are peaceful, … Continue reading 5 Insider Tips to Visiting Yellowstone in the Winter

America’s Parks Reveal a Different Kind of Thanksgiving

The day before Thanksgiving is typically a hectic day in America. Across the country, people are traveling, cooking, and making last-minute trips to the grocery store. However, this is not a typical year and we hope people are staying closer to home. But as we busy ourselves preparing for tomorrow’s (small) feast, we ought to … Continue reading America’s Parks Reveal a Different Kind of Thanksgiving

The 6 Best National Parks For Winter Fun

It's no secret that America's national parks are the premier outdoor destinations in the US during the summer, but that in-the-know will tell you (or maybe not if they want it to remain a secret) that these amazing places take on a completely new look during the winter. Spectacular prairies becoming cross-country skiing paradises, pristine … Continue reading The 6 Best National Parks For Winter Fun

Warm-Weather National Parks You Need to Visit

National Park of American Samoa National Park of American Samoa is not only one of the least visited national parks, but it’s also the only U.S. national park south of the equator.  And it’s the perfect place to shake off seasonal affective disorder. Located on three different islands, this national park has coral reefs for … Continue reading Warm-Weather National Parks You Need to Visit

A Winter Solstice Ritual You Need to Know About

Located in the Northwestern part of New Mexico, there’s no denying that Aztec Ruins National Monument is a special place. But the name “Aztec Ruins” is a bit of a misnomer. Early white settlers to the region believed that the ruins had been populated by the Aztec people—the nearby town and the ruins were named … Continue reading A Winter Solstice Ritual You Need to Know About