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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5 Must-See Spots in North America

From saguaros and hoodoos to fern-covered canyons and massive glaciers, we have explored some of the most incredible sights the U.S. and Canada have to offer. Towing a car offers us the freedom to venture most anywhere while our motorhome remains at the RV park or campground of our choosing. We’ve explored everything from national parks and state and provincial […]

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Planning To Visit a National Park? Here’s Everything You Need to Know

You don’t need a huge budget or a month off from work to take an amazing vacation—there’s a national park not too far from you, allowing you the opportunity to get outdoors and get amazing content for your social media feeds. The Instagram accounts for the National Parks Service and U.S. Interior are stocked with stunning inspiration […]

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The Past, Present, and Future of Forestry Come Alive At the Cradle of Forestry

The Past, Present, and Future of Forestry Come Alive At the Cradle of Forestry in America © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Nestled in Pink Beds Valley is the Cradle of Forestry in America. This heritage site is the birthplace of science-based forest management. George and Edith Vanderbilt of the nearby Biltmore Estate are accredited for this living legacy. Some 87,000 aces of the Vanderbilt’s “Pisgah Forest” tract became the nucleus of the Pisgah National Forest, established in […]

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