It is hard to name a national park that is more famous than Yellowstone. Yellowstone National Park is the world’s first national park. The park is famed for its wildlife and its geothermal features. Plus it’s a giant volcano that if and when it erupts again, it will truly change human life as we know it. Now here is the best way to spend one day in Yellowstone National Park and see just the highlights. This post was originally published on 19 June 2018. It was updated on 06 February 2020 to account for recent changes. About Yellowstone National Park Yellowstone National Park is a massive 2.2 million acres. This…
Post Summary: Things to Know Before Visiting Denali National Park Denali National Park and Preserve is located in the heart of the state of Alaska. This 6 million-acre park protects a wide range of ecosystems. The park covers lowland deciduous taiga to tundra to the snowcapped peaks of the Alaska Mountain Range. This popular park is a featured stop on many an Alaskan adventure. A visit to Denali is a unique experience. Here are 11 things to know before visiting Denali National Park and Preserve. Things to Know Before Visiting Denali National Park and Preserve Denali National Park is open year-round It might not seem like it but Denali National and…
In one of North America’s oldest cities (that was founded by Europeans), a historic fort has stood the test of time. The Castillo de San Marcos has had a colored history from the time it was built. Ownership has changed from Spanish to English to Spanish to American. The name of the fort has changed with its owners. The fort has stood the test of time and while not used to defect the city of St. Augustine, it is one of the most popular and important sites in the city. A visit to Castillo de San Marcos National Monument is necessary to understand the history of the city and the…
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