Nestled in the southern tip of Florida, Everglades National Park is a vast expanse of subtropical wilderness renowned for its stunning landscapes, diverse wildlife, and rich cultural heritage. Established in 1934, the park encompasses over 1.5 million acres of wetlands, sawgrass prairies, mangrove forests, and coastal waters, making it the largest subtropical wilderness reserve in […]Continue reading "Everglades National Park Visitor Centers: Everything You Need To Know"
Nestled in southwestern Utah, Zion National Park is a natural wonderland that beckons outdoor enthusiasts from around the world. Its striking red rock formations, deep canyons, and vibrant landscapes make it a paradise for hikers and nature lovers. One of the most iconic and unforgettable experiences within this stunning park is hiking The Narrows – […]Continue reading "How To Conquer The Narrows in Zion National Park"
Yellowstone National Park is neatly tucked away in the Northwest corner of Wyoming, where the mountainous landscape does not obstruct the view of the expansive sky above. Peacefully grazing bison freely roam the open land while a tiny chipmunk scampers from one rock to another. The remnants of an early October snowstorm still coat the […]Continue reading "Yellowstone National Park – Five Day Itinerary"
Tucked away in the heart of Utah’s red rock country, Bryce Canyon National Park is a geological wonderland that beckons visitors with its otherworldly landscape. The park boasts a mesmerizing collection of hoodoos, fins, and natural amphitheaters carved by the forces of nature over millions of years. Bryce Canyon National Park can easily be explored […]Continue reading "A Day in Bryce Canyon: Hoodoos, Hiking, and Heavenly Views"
Yellowstone National Park is an outdoor wonderland, and Aaron and I have always wanted to go on a camping trip together. This year, the pieces seemed to fall into place for one of our bucket list destinations; Yellowstone. We often plan a trip for September or October because it’s the off-season for many popular travel […]Continue reading "What You Need To Know About Camping In Yellowstone National Park"
One can easily find a hiking trail to fit any time frame and suit any hiking ability in Sequoia National Park; there are hundreds of miles of hiking trails from which to choose. When Aaron and I recently visited, we wanted to squeeze in as much hiking as possible but also take time to see […]Continue reading "Sequoia National Park – One Day Hiking Itinerary"
As the end of the year approaches, I want to review the top blog post from 2021. While I put equal love into creating each post, the SEO gods are a bit pickier about which ones deserve to stand in the limelight. By the end of 2021, I will have created 54 posts and written […]Continue reading "Top Five Blog Post for 2021"
Hiking the Grand Canyon is a bucket list item I was not willing to pass up along our road trip. Being one of seven natural wonders of the world, we planned the entire road trip around making sure we could spend the day hiking and taking in the sights. We allotted a little over six […]Continue reading "Hiking In Grand Canyon National Park – South Kaibab Trail"
Visiting the Petrified Forest National Park almost didn’t happen for us on this trip. It was a miscalculation on my part. I thought we could squeeze in two longer stops in one day; the Petroglyph National Monument and Petrified Forest National Park. I didn’t account for traffic, travel between visits, and time changes. Planning this […]Continue reading "Must-See Stops At The Petrified Forest National Park"
Packing for any vacation can be overwhelming. There’s always a sense of forgetting a critical item for survival; e.g. medication, your phone charger, or your whole carry-on bag. For my recent trip to Yellowstone, I created an essential Yellowstone packing list to ensure I would be prepared for anything. On this trip not only did […]Continue reading "Essential Yellowstone Packing List For Fall"