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Big Basin Redwoods State Park
2 weeks ago

Big Basin Redwoods State Park

The giant redwood trees are something that California is known for. And luckily you can get a taste of them at Big Basin Redwoods State Park

If you’re spending time in the area and want to see some of the best natural wonders of the world, the famous California redwoods, this is the place to go. It’s not far from San Francisco and offers plenty of opportunities for spending some time outdoors, and yes, getting a few special photos for Instagram!

In this post, we’ll cover everything you need to know about spending some time in Big Basin Redwoods State Park. 

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Florissant Fossil Beds
3 weeks ago

Florissant Fossil Beds

There are all sorts of amazing natural treasures across the country. This is especially true in the American West and Southwest. 

Colorado’s Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument is one of them. 

In an unassuming part of central Colorado, visitors will find one of the richest fossil deposits in the entire world. It’s certainly worth a visit, and in this post, we’re going to highlight everything you need to know about Florissant Fossil Beds. 

Ready to take a look?

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Visiting Missoula, MT
1 month ago

Visiting Missoula, MT

What’s in Missoula, Montana?

Endless outdoor adventure, that’s what. 

Every now and again, you need to drop everything you’re doing and recharge your internal batteries. Ditch the city (and technology) and dive into the great outdoors! Missoula is just what the doctor ordered. 

If it’s hiking, skiing, kayaking, rafting, tubing, or fishing you’re after, this is where you want to plan your next vacation. In this post, take a look at some of the best-rated places to get outside and have fun! 

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Old State 56 through Indiana
2 months ago

Old State 56 through Indiana

In Indiana, there’s an exciting adventure waiting for you on State Road 56; A 193-mile stretch located in the south-central part of the state that goes from the cities Hazleton to Aurora. No matter if you’re traveling west to east or east to west, it’s sure to be a fun time. 

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Grand View Drive Illinois
3 months ago

Grand View Drive Illinois

“The world’s most beautiful drive.” That’s how Grand View Drive is described. It was first coined by President Teddy Roosevelt after he’d had the pleasure to take a slow drive up and down the road. It’s been on the National Registry of Historic Places since 1996.

Grand View Drive is two and a half mile long scenic road in Peoria, Illinois. It offers views of local parkland and as well as the Illinois River. You can also see a number of stately and historic homes as well. 

Makes you want to jump right in the car and head there, right?

We thought so!

In this post, we’re going to share what makes Grand View Drive so spectacular, and why it’s a must-see for any road trip fan. 

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Quick Guide to Tulsa, OK
3 months ago

Quick Guide to Tulsa, OK

Are you in Tulsa, or planning to be soon? Oklahoma‘s second-largest city, is rich in history, culture, and natural beauty, making it a perfect place to visit. Its many attractions are wonderful for all ages; here is a handful to add to your itinerary.

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Places to See Sea Lions in San Francisco
3 months ago

Places to See Sea Lions in San Francisco

People love to visit a city like San Francisco for lots of reasons. There’s the cool architecture, great food in places like Chinatown, tons of shopping, and of course, the Golden Gate Bridge. But you might be surprised to find one of the most popular attractions has to do with sea lions. 

Yes, that’s right! 

One of the best cities in the country to see sea lions in is San Francisco. And it’s one reason people flock to this part of the country.

In this post, we’re going to highlight all of the main spots and hidden gems you can check out sea lions. From the biggest tourist spots to some of the secret places the locals know about, you’ll find them all here. 

Ready to get started?

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Visit the Amargosa Sand Dunes
3 months ago

Visit the Amargosa Sand Dunes

When most people head to Las Vegas, The Strip is their primary destination. Of course, who can blame them, right? There’s a never-ending stream of things to do, see, eat, and drink. 

But, sometimes all that activity can get overwhelming, and people want a little bit of a break.

Thankfully, the Las Vegas area offers plenty of that too. While many people get in the car and drive to the Grand Canyon, others head to a lesser known, but still fascinating spot: the Amargosa Sand Dunes. 

In this post, we’re going to tell you a little bit about this hidden gem in the Nevada Desert that is a favorite of the locals.

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See Stunning Sempervirens Falls
4 months ago

See Stunning Sempervirens Falls

When living a city or suburban lifestyle, it can be hard to take a break and get out into the woods. But, what if there was a beautiful hike you …
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Best National Parks to Visit in the Winter
4 months ago

Best National Parks to Visit in the Winter

Think National Parks are only for summer vacation?

Think again! 

In fact, some National Parks are amazing to visit not only all year round but especially in the winter. That’s what we’re going to cover in this post. 

So, if you love being outdoors in the winter, beautiful nature, and frolicking in the snow, you’re in luck, this list of best National Parks to visit in the winter is right up your alley. 

Pack those snowshoes, and let’s go!

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