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Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado

Mesa Verde National Park is a one-of-a kind park for many reasons, from its location to its history, this park is a must see to understand and appreciate early life in North America. —- About The Park —- Mesa Verde, Spanish for green table, was named by...

Cedar Breaks National Monument, UT

When I was around 8 or 9, on a family vacation with two of my cousins. We visited Cedar Breaks and Bryce Canyon. Both amazing parks and great memories. With winter here Cedar Breaks is to cold to visit but… “I am dreaming of warm camping, just like the ones I use to know. Where the treetops glisten and children listen to hear the birds tweet…”

Versailles State Park

Indiana’s second largest state park wasn’t originally established as a state park. In 1934, the U.S. government bought plots of farmland to develop the 1,700-acre Versailles Federal Park.

Red Rock Canyon, BLM, Nevada

Our magical adventures carry us off to the majestic BLM land of Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area just out side of Las Vegas, NV. I have been to the park many times, which is set up as a big loop with many places to stop along the way to take a hike or take in the beauty of the South West.

Petroglyph National Monument, New Mexico

Petroglyph National Monument is a repetitively new park, that did not exist when I was a kid. I have been to Albuquerque, a number of times but have never had the chance to explore this park. Have you? Whats your favorite thing to do here?