Category Archives: Upcoming Travel
Here’s some basic location and comparison information on the parks we’re going to be visiting from July 21-August 9. We’re heading mostly north of the border to hit up 7 National Parks in the Canadian Rockies and then coming back … Continue reading
Introducing the official planned route of our summer 2019 Road Trip. We’ll visit eight national parks, go whitewater rafting, walk on a glacier, stay in four different campgrounds and hike countless kilometers. Can’t wait!
After several years in a row of busy spring break trips with multiple destinations, we’re changing gears a bit and staying in one place for a extended period of time to live like locals. New Orleans is our primary destination, … Continue reading
A few fun facts and some infographics about the largest National Park Service sites we’ll visit for spring break 2017. Continue reading
We’ve been lining up our next road trip for several months, but now that it’s less than two months away we can reveal the planned route. It’s a return to the American Southwest this April, highlighting Arizona and California. Travel partners … Continue reading
In a week we’ll be beginning our next big summer road trip adventure. Included as always will be several National Park Service sites, six in the United States and one in Canada. They span in size from 710 acres at Grand Portage National … Continue reading
We’re heading way up north this summer to explore the farthest reaches of the Great Lakes. We’ll visit Wisconsin and Minnesota before looping around Lake Superior in Ontario and returning through the upper and lower peninsulas of Michigan. The initial … Continue reading
We’re making our way to Texas and our first national park of the trip. Here’s a brief introduction to the states we’re visiting.
Last August, we got a jump start on planning our upcoming spring break trip. The first thing we booked was our return flight from Albuquerque to Chicago using air miles. Unfortunately in the months since August, the airline changed its … Continue reading
Each spring the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation declare one week National Park Week to celebrate our national heritage. As part of the celebration, Entrance fees will be waived at all 410 sites under NPS management from April … Continue reading