National Parks Archive

Kings Canyon National Park – Camping Near The General Grant Tree

Kings Canyon National Park in southern Sierra Nevada is home to some of the world’s largest trees. It’s difficult to comprehend the size of The General Grant Tree until you see the giant sequoia in person. There is so much to see and explore at Kings Canyon

Jumbo Rocks Campground Joshua Tree National Park

Throughout our travels, we’ve found that National Parks offer some of the best campgrounds. Our most recent camping adventure brought us to Jumbo Rocks Campground Joshua Tree National Park. The only amenity at Jumbo Rocks Campground are pit toilets, but the beautiful setting more than makes

Mammoth Cave National Park Self Guided Tour

Mammoth Cave National Park is a great travel destination for caving, hiking, kayaking and canoeing. We made a stop here on our way to Louisville, Kentucky. Had we know about all the things to do and see at the park, we would have planned

Great Smoky Mountain National Park

Black bears, wildflowers and endless hiking trails are a few of the reasons that make Great Smoky Mountain National Park the most visited national park in America. We spent four days exploring Great Smoky Mountain National Park in April when the trees were still

RV Camping at Flamingo Campground in Everglades National Park

“What were we thinking?” There is no doubt that the Everglades National Park is beautiful. The 45 minute drive from the park entrance to Flamingo Campground alone was memorable. Even our campsite had breathtaking views. When we booked our two night stay at Flamingo

Arches National Park in Utah

Day 8 of our journey brought us to Arches National Park in Moab, Utah. This was also the first and last National Park Duke, our Belgian Malinois mix got to see with us. Maybe that’s why it took me so long to write about it. Life is different without

Petrified Forest National Park with Our Husky

By far, one of the most unique and memorable National Parks we have visited is Petrified Forest in Northern Arizona. This park lets you take a step back in time hundreds of millions of years ago to a place where dinosaurs roamed among the giant

Mesa Verde National Park

National Parks have been one of our favorite destinations and each one quickly becomes a favorite. Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado gave us a glimpse of how the Ancestral Pueblo people lived. The park has over 4,500 archeological sites including 600 cliff dwellings,

Grand Canyon With Our Husky – Dog Friendly Parts of South Rim

“The glories and the beauties of form, color, and sound unite in the Grand Canyon” ― John Wesley Powell It goes without saying that the Grand Canyon is well worth visiting. The brilliant sunrises and sunsets were enough to take our breath away. We

Great Sand Dunes National Park

As we made our way from the Air Museum in Pueblo to Pagosa Springs we spent a night boondocking at the Walmart in Alamosa, CO. After seeing signs for Great Sand Dunes National Park, we decided to wake up early the next day and