If you’re planning a visit to one of California’s renowned national parks, the Chimani apps are sure to help you plan your trip and navigate the parks like a pro. But, if like many, you haven’t settled on which park or parks you want to visit while in The Golden State, here is some information … Continue reading With 9 California National Parks To Choose From, Where Will You Go?
Joshua Tree National Park in southern California has consistently clung to the 12th-14th spot on the list of most-visited national parks in the United States; and for good reason. Topping out at just over 2-million visitors last year, an all-time high for the park, Joshua Tree is a year-round destination that should rank high on … Continue reading Auto Tour Through Joshua Tree National Park In California
Mesa Arch is one of the most iconic sights in all on Canyonlands National Park. Located near Moab, Utah, Canyonlands is a very close neighbor to Arches National Park (located across town). Being so close, the two parks make a great weekend trip for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts looking to take in some of Utah's … Continue reading Virtual Hike: Mesa Arch Trail in Canyonlands National Park
For most of the country, summer means swimming, hiking, biking, and just spending more time outdoors; however, many of the nation's leading outdoor organizations have banded together to encourage more people to participate in more outdoor activities in what is known as Great Outdoors Month! Founded as Great Outdoors Week in 1998 by President Clinton, … Continue reading Let’s Go! June Is Great Outdoors Month!
Saturday May 21, 2016 is Kids To Parks Day, an annual event hosted by the National Park Trust in partnership with the National Park Service, National Parks Conservational Association, and numerous local and regional organizations around the country. The event encourages children and families to get outdoors and play in their local parks, whether it … Continue reading Why Every Day Should Be Kids In A Park Day
Chimani Ambassador Post: Kim Howard on Death Valley National Park. Follow Kim on WordPress, Instagram, and Twitter. —– When you think of Death Valley most people think of sand, heat, and did I mention heat?... Death Valley, despite its name, is full of life. This 140-mile basin is full of major wildflower blooms, ghost towns, historical mining artifacts, resorts, and … Continue reading What To Know About Visiting Death Valley National Park
Tis the season to be enjoying the great outdoors. With Earth Day falling within National Park Week, the stars have aligned to get out into nature. The national parks have made it easy to get involved, here are five parks that have big things happening for Earth Day 2016: Acadia National Park: Join friends, family, neighbors, and … Continue reading 5 National Parks That Are Rocking Earth Day!
Chimani Ambassador Post: Kim Howard on Great Basin National Park. Follow Kim on WordPress, Instagram, and Twitter. —– Great Basin National Park was established October 27, 1986, and is located in White Pine County in east-central Nevada, near the Utah border. It is about a 4.5-hour drive north of Las Vegas, but well worth the drive. The scenic route … Continue reading What To Do When Visiting Great Basin National Park
It's National Park Week, and Chimani sought help from its team of ambassadors to photograph, video, and write about what they love about their favorite national park. Below is from Callie Klinkmueller on Teddy Roosevelt National Park. Follow Callie on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. —– 1. Wind Canyon A beautiful short hike that offers one of the best … Continue reading Top 10 Reasons Why Teddy Roosevelt is Your New Favorite Park
What’s the best way to celebrate summer? Visiting a national park, of course! And it’s especially true in this, the National Park Service’s Centennial year. There are million fun things to do once you get to the park, but if you’re looking to do something a little different than the usual hiking and camping, we’ve … Continue reading 59 Unique Experiences You Can Have in the National Parks