The West’s Most Beautiful, Least Visited Wonderland

Though one of the oldest national parks in the U. S., Lassen Volcanic National Park isn’t as well-known as its Californian sister, Yosemite National Park, only welcoming 507,256 visitors last year compared to Yosemite’s over four million. Unlike Yosemite, there were no crowds at the entrance gate, in the parking lots, or on the trails. Lassen […]

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Your Next Adventure Is Set In Stone

There is more than gold in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Above dense forests and pristine streams, Mount Rushmore National Memorial represents a national treasure. Symbolizing the ideals of freedom and democracy, it is a tribute to four presidents: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln and their invaluable contributions to the […]

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6 National Parks You Should Have on Your Radar This Summer

There are 60 national parks across America. That’s not counting the hundreds of national monuments, historical sites, battlefields, memorials, trails, and more. When you count all of them together, the number of protected sites that fall under the US National Park Service is well over 400. So it should not surprise anyone when I say […]

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5 State Parks To Visit When Utah’s “Mighty 5” Are Jammed With Tourists

Thanks to some highly successful promotion by the Utah Office of Tourism, people across the globe now know that “Mighty 5” refers to national parks in Utah and not a group of superheroes. Unfortunately, that heightened awareness carries a price. Utah’s five national parks are often so busy that visitors wait hours to enter or […]

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