Civil War Charleston: Fort Sumter National Monument

Fort Sumter

Len Cousineau
March 12, 2012

Every American school kid learns the basic facts about the Civil War, but people who want an in-depth understanding of the intricacies of American history and culture should revisit the Civil War as adults.... Read more »

Call of the Wild Animals: Traveling to Great Congregations

Snow Geese

Donna Ikenberry
March 8, 2012

Watching animal life in the wild is always amazing, but recently I realized that seeing large numbers of animals, great congregations of them, is even more of a thrill. Take, for instance, sandhill cranes.... Read more »

Loveland, Colorado: Romance, Culture and Wilderness

Loveland Colorado

Irene Middleman Thomas
February 14, 2012

Just like children have been sending letters to Santa in the North Pole for decades, thousands of folks send their Valentine’s Day cards to Loveland, Colorado to be restamped with the Loveland postmark.... Read more »

100 Miles Around Yellowstone

100 Miles Around Yellowstone

February 2, 2012

Yellowstone is gorgeous, anyone traveling around the Northwest should make an effort to get there. The park is so big, however, that a plan is a good idea. Instead of the same old guidebooks, 100 Miles... Read more »

National Parks offer free admission Jan. 14-16

Martin Luther King

Trailer Life Magazine
January 13, 2012

Start your new year with a free visit to your favorite national park. All 397 national parks across the country will offer free admission from January 14 through 16 to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King,... Read more »

The Talk of Utah: Dead Horse Point

People have been talking about Utah's Dead Horse Point State Park for the past 10,000 years for good reason.

Donna Ikenberry
January 6, 2012

Although you may not guess it by its name, Dead Horse Point State Park is a delightful place. It sits atop a lofty mesa with see-forever views, stunning cliffs, canyon rims, fun and challenging mountain... Read more »

This Land: Redwood National Park

The northern sea cliffs and southern bluffs offer another spectacular view.

Bruce Leonard Jr.
January 6, 2012

Visitors need not understand where one park ends and another begins to appreciate the cooperative management effort that allows one national park and three state parks on the western edge of Northern... Read more »

Trailer Camping Near Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park

December 20, 2011

Costal Acadia National Park was the first national park established east of the Mississippi River, and a great trip for trailer campers with an interest in history. Maine doesn’t get many outdoor... Read more »

Trailer Camping at Voyageurs National Park

Voyageurs National Park

December 20, 2011

Anyone looking for a rustic rendezvous should look no further than Voyageurs National Park in northern Minnesota. Established in 1975, the park was named for the voyageurs, French-Canadian fur traders... Read more »

Trailer Camping near Isle Royale National Park

Isle Royale National Park

December 20, 2011

Isle Royale National Park is unreachable for trailers, but anyone making a trip to Lake Superior should make the time for the rustic island excursion. The unspoiled Isle Royal is a small park, but what... Read more »

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