Way Down South In…Utah

Dixie has it all: mild weather, red rock hiking, proximity to national and state parks, golf—even a little cotton. Since the early 1860s when Mormon pioneers came to the far southwestern corner of Utah to grow cotton, the Washington County area has been known as Utah’s Dixie. The communities of St. George, Hurricane, and Springdale […]

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Top 5 Arizona State & National Parks

The Grand Canyon may already be on your bucket list (and for good reason), but it’s fair to say that the state of Arizona has a lot more to offer than its celebrity park: It’s home to 21 National Park Service sites and 27 state parks. Arizona has a reputation for being all desert, sand, and cactus, […]

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National Parks Service Announce Free Admission Dates For 2018

The National Park Service announced that the public will be invited to experience all national parks, without entrance fees, on four days in 2018. That’s down from 10 free days last year and 16 in 2016, the year the system celebrated its 100th birthday. The free day pass program began in 2002. Until 2008, the start […]

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Marvelous Mobile Bay: Dauphin Island

Near the mouth of Mobile Bay, Dauphin Island, provides a getaway atmosphere with attractions aimed at the family. Graced with all the necessities, Dauphin Island allows you to get away from the hustle and bustle of more developed areas. Back in 1699 the French explorer Le Moyne d’Iberville landed on the island and started a […]

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