Activities We Love

The Cold Can’t Stop Us!


The sometimes bitter cold that February brings can make it hard to get out and enjoy some fresh air. When you are looking for ways to keep up with your […]

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First Day Hike – Happy New Year!


  Being outdoors, surrounded by nature is a great way to start your New Year. Every year, thousands of people, across 50 states, venture out to their local parks for […]

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6 Ways You Can Support National Parks


The trees may not need your help to grow, but maintaining roadways for visitors, preserving ecosystems and protecting historical sites come with a price. If you love the outdoors are […]

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5 Reasons to Workout in Public Parks


The new year has arrived! It’s time for making plans, fresh starts and new experiences. For those wanting to make a change for the better, resolutions tend to include steps […]

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Must Visit Winter Camping Sites in America’s Backyard


1. Joshua Tree National Park California is known for its year-long sunny weather, but it usually does get its dose of snow for a few short weeks. Joshua Tree is […]

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Fun Things to Do at Parks with Kids


Photo by Pabak Sarkar Looking to get more out of your family trips to parks and fresh ideas? The traditional hiking, swimming and camping activities are always fun, but we […]

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Insider Tips on Traveling To A Beautiful Land: Argentina.


You may be asking:  Why Argentina?  Or even better, Why Tandil, Argentina.  Tandil is surrounded by 500 to 2000 foot “mountains” that are considered by geologists to be some of […]

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International Day for Biodiversity 2014


May 22nd, 2014 is International Day for Biodiversity (also known as World Biodiversity Day). International Day for Biodiversity was created by the UN General Assembly to celebrate the day the […]

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Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area – An Urban Oasis


Los Angeles has a misleading reputation of being smog-filled, crime-ridden and populated with smug, elitist Liberals.  Perhaps some of those are true but what is often forgotten is the city’s […]

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In Honor of John Muir and the JMT


                                            Earth Day is April 22nd but, perhaps, lesser […]

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