Tag: National Park Service

#FindYourPark: Celebrating 100 Years of National Parks!

America’s National Park System turned 100 years old in August, celebrating with the #FindYourPark campaign! If you’ve been following me on Twitter or Instagram for a while, you’ve probably seen me use the #FindYourPark hashtag in a post…. Read More

Zion National Park

Unlike anything else I’ve ever seen, Zion National Park is a breathtaking slice of the Utah desert. “If it scares you, then it be a good thing to try.” – Seth Godin The more miles we put on… Read More

Bryce Canyon National Park and Best Friends Animal Society

Utah is home to five national parks, each spectacular for their own reasons, and Bryce Canyon National Park is no exception. After leaving Page, we drove straight through and arrived in the mid-afternoon. A day of Utah heat… Read More

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Antelope Canyon

Visiting Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Antelope Canyon For all the excitement – and not to mention the mild drama – that our visit to Monument Valley held, it was also somewhat emotionally draining. To lose both… Read More

Yellowstone National Park

There are few parks across this continent that inspire more awe and curiosity than Yellowstone National Park. Straddling the border between Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming, the park covers more than 3,000 square miles and is the first national… Read More