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.