Glacier National Park, MT

“Give a month at least to this precious reserve,” said John Muir when he was trying to tell America how essential Glacier National Park was. So lets spend a week virtually exploring this cool park.

Lake Tahoe, Nevada

I recently visited my mom and sister and we took a day trip to Lake Tahoe with our dogs. Tahoe is a tourist trap with the crowds to go along with it.

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.

Fall Creek State Park, Tennessee

Virtually we find ourselves in a park full of waterfalls, gorges, streams and stands of virgin hardwood timbers. The amazing & beautiful Fall Creek State Park, Tennessee. Check out the post to learn more about camping, hiking & things to do.

Glen Canyon & Lake Powell, Utah

Have you been to Glen Canyon & Lake Powell? Have you taken a houseboat out on the lake for a few days of tranquil floating under the sizzling summer sun? There’s plenty of things to do, hiking, biking, and of course camping.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Lets virtually wander off to Great Smoky Mountains National Park which straddles the border between North Carolina and Tennessee. Its a georgouss park, but also the busiest hosting some 10.7 million vistors a year. As with any national park there are loads of things to do, hiking, camping, etc in and around the park.

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